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June 23, 2012               07:45 PM

Even before a protest against alleged civil rights violations by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office had begun Saturday night, dozens of activists had gathered with signs and loud voices.

Officials with the Unitarian Universalist Association organized the nighttime protest to bring attention to Senate Bill 1070 and Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Tent City, which they say, violate human rights.

Monday is the next day the Supreme Court could issue a ruling on the controversial immigration bill signed into law two years ago by Gov. Jan Brewer.

About 1,000 to 4,000 activists were expected at Tent City Jail near 29th Avenue and Durango Road in Phoenix, officials said.

Arpaio said that no matter what the Supreme Court decides about SB 1070, he will continue the practices he has long been practicing.

“We’ve had the Rev. Al Sharpton here protesting and Linda Ronstadt. They wanted us to close Tent City, too. But that will never happen,” Arpaio said.

The sheriff’s office shut down all six of its jails Saturday in anticipation of the protest. Because of the shutdown, family and friends were not allowed to visit inmates at the jails for the day.

The Saturday night protest also included a candle light vigil and a tour of Tent City given to a four-member delegation of inter-faith leaders.

Rev. Peter Morales, president of the Unitarian Universalist Association, said SB 1070 is clear discrimination of a class of people.

“It promotes profiling, breaks up families and is fundamentally contrary to American Values,” he said.

Morales was charged with a misdemeanor count of failure to obey an order after dozens of protesters took to Phoenix streets on July 29, 2010, when SB 1070 was set to take effect.

He said social justice is core to the organization, which was instrumental in a movement to legalize same sex marriage in Massachusetts in 2004.

“This not a deviation from what we do,” Morales said.

The protest is part of a four-day convention at the Phoenix Convention Center for thousands of interfaith and social justice advocates from around the world.

Officials said the convention was booked at least four or five years ago.

An association spokeswoman, Rachel Walden, said the group books its national annual conventions at least four or five years in advance. In 2010, when the controversial Arizona bill became law, members nationwide said they opposed holding the 2012 conference at the Phoenix Convention Center.

“We took a majority vote then, and we decided to come to Phoenix in order to shine a light on some of these immigration issues,” Walden said.

On Friday, the unitarian group met and mingled at Civic Space Park in downtown Phoenix with immigrant-rights groups Barrios Defense Committees, Promise Arizona, Puente and Somos America.

from:  http://www.azcentral.com/arizonarepublic/local/articles/2012/06/23/20120623phoenix-tent-city-sb1070-protest.html#ixzz1yggrO6Yr

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Joe Arpaio was born on June 14th, 1932 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Arpaio

June 14th, 1932

June 14th

6 + 14 +2+0+1+2 = 25 = his personal year (from June 14th, 2012 to June 13th, 2013) = Activists.  Movements.

Knight of Wands Tarot card

25 year + 6 (June) = 31 = his personal month (from June 14th, 2012 to July 13th, 2012) = Controversy.  Things get out of hand.

31 month + 23 (23rd of the month on Saturday June 23rd, 2012) = 54 = his personal day = Check it out.

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April 11, 2012        5:25 p.m.

For weeks, protesters around the nation have demanded the arrest of George Zimmerman.

A Florida special prosecutor made that happen Wednesday. She announced that Zimmerman — the neighborhood watch volunteer who admitted to fatally shooting an unarmed black teenager on a rainy night here in February — had turned himself in and would be charged with second-degree murder in the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.

“We did not come to this decision lightly,” said Florida State Atty. Angela Corey at a news conference in Jacksonville.

Alluding to the intense publicity surrounding the case, she added, “Let me emphasize that we do not prosecute by public pressure or by petition.”

Corey declined to discuss the details of the investigation that led her office to charge Zimmerman, who had claimed self-defense — and who had been free, though in hiding, for weeks. Nor would she say where he was being held, “for his safety as well as for everyone else’s safety.”

It was a reminder of the volatile nature of a case that has plunged the country into the kind of difficult and impassioned conversation about race and justice that has followed other notorious racial incidents, from the lynching of Emmett Till in 1955 to the police beating of Rodney King in 1991.

“It feels good to know he’s off the streets. I feel very good just … knowing he’s off the street, that he’s in custody, that the wheel’s starting to turn in our favor,” Trayvon Martin’s father, Tracy Martin, told a Washington news conference.

Sybrina Fulton, the teenager’s mother, said as she fought back tears: “I want to say thank God. We simply wanted an arrest. We wanted nothing more, nothing less. We just wanted an arrest and we got it, and I say thank you.”

Alluding to the racial overtones of the case, she added: “I just want to speak from my heart to your heart because a heart has no color. It’s not black, it’s not white.”

Zimmerman will plead not guilty, said Mark O’Mara, his new attorney. Self-defense would be “one facet” of the defense, O’Mara told CNN, adding that Zimmerman was “troubled” by the new charges but “doing OK” considering his circumstances.

In Florida, second-degree murder is typically charged in the event of a death stemming from a fight or confrontation that does not involve premeditation. It can result in a life sentence when a gun is used.

In Sanford, a city of 53,000 with a history of racial tension, some African Americans had said they were worried that riots would break out if charges were not forthcoming against Zimmerman, who is half white and half Latino.

On Tuesday, someone shot up an empty police car parked near Zimmerman’s neighborhood. On Wednesday, African American resident Troy Jackson, 43, said he might participate in a riot if there were no charges. “I’m going to loot every Caucasian store,” he said, sitting in front of a grocery store in the majority-black Goldsboro community. “Blood for blood.”

But as the news of the arrest trickled out, there was a palpable sense of relief.

“I feel like this is the beginning of seeing justice prevail,” said Sanford resident Gloria Baskerville, 54.

Baskerville, who is black, said she was convinced she would have been immediately arrested if she had been in Zimmerman’s shoes. All she ever wanted to see, she said, was an arrest. If Zimmerman is now acquitted by a jury, she said, “I would have to be satisfied with whatever the outcome is.”

After an initial investigation, Sanford police officials said that bringing charges against Zimmerman was complicated by Florida’s “stand your ground” law, which allows for the use of deadly force in some life-threatening situations.

Many critics have claimed that the shooting — and the lack of an arrest — stemmed from the fact that the victim was a young black man, considering it cut-and-dried evidence of the social injustices that people of color in the United States have long faced.

President Obama even weighed in, calling the story a “tragedy,” and adding, “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon.”

Zimmerman had taken a vigorous interest in the safety of his neighborhood, which had suffered a rash of break-ins in the weeks leading up to the evening of Feb. 26, when he spotted Martin, 17, returning from a convenience store with a bag of Skittles and an iced tea.

Zimmerman was driving out of his gated town-home development on his way to the supermarket, when he called police and reported Martin as “a real suspicious guy” who looked like “he’s up to no good or he’s on drugs, or something.”

The police dispatcher asked Zimmerman whether he was following the youth. When Zimmerman replied that he was, the dispatcher told him, “We don’t need you to do that.” Moments later, Zimmerman — armed with a 9-millimeter weapon — got out of his car.

Zimmerman has said he shot Martin in self-defense after the youth struck him in the face, knocked him down and began pounding his head into the ground. Others suspect Zimmerman was the aggressor, one who overstepped the legal bounds of a concerned citizen.

Coverage of the case was largely limited to local media until the call between Zimmerman and the dispatcher was made public, along with a 911 call that one resident made just before the shooting. In the background of that call, someone can be heard yelling for help. Martin’s parents insist that voice belonged to their son. Zimmerman has said the voice was his.

The Sanford police chief stepped down as national attention snowballed. On March 23, Florida Gov. Rick Scott appointed Corey, a state attorney from Jacksonville, to take over the investigation.

The Justice Department, meanwhile, is conducting a separate investigation to determine whether Zimmerman should be charged with violating Martin’s civil rights. U.S. Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. said Wednesday that “if we find evidence of a potential federal criminal civil rights crime, we will take appropriate action.”

Zimmerman’s friends and family have argued that he is neither a racist nor a hothead, and have said that the facts would vindicate him.

This week, Zimmerman launched a website soliciting donations for his living and legal expenses. It was also peppered with quotations, including one attributed to British statesman Edmund Burke:

“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.”

The Rev. Al Sharpton, though pleased with the news of the murder charge, said it was not a cause for celebration.

“We do not want anyone high-fiving tonight. There’s no victory here. There’s no winners here. They’ve lost their son,” he said as Martin’s parents stood somberly beside him. “This is not about gloating. This is about pursuing justice.”

from:  http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-trayvon-martin-20120412,0,6596300.story

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With the Florida neighborhood watch volunteer jailed on a charge of second-degree murder in the shooting death of an unarmed black teen, the next big question: What now?

Thousands of protesters poured into the suburban Orlando community of Sanford to call for the arrest of George Zimmerman in the weeks following the February 26 shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.

Their calls for “Justice for Trayvon” grew more forceful with each day, with Martin’s supporters taking to the Internet and to streets in cities across the nation.

Forty-six days after the shooting, 28-year-old Zimmerman was charged with second-degree murder. A Seminole County judge on Thursday found there was sufficient probable cause to move forward with the case and set a May 29 arraignment for Zimmerman.

The next legal step, say Zimmerman’s attorney and the special prosecutor, is to allow the case to work its way through Florida’s judicial system.

Their next public step, though, may prove more difficult.

Attorney Mark O’Mara, who represents Zimmerman, told CNN’s Piers Morgan late Thursday that one of his immediate goals is to “bring down the level of anger, animosity, just frustrations, emotions” that are on the periphery of the case.

O’Mara said there are two sides of the case, a legal one and a human one.

“We have the human tragedy side of it. We are going to try to bridge that if we can,” O’Mara said. “There are words that need to be said.”

Special prosecutor Angela Corey, who was appointed by Gov. Rick Scott to investigate the case, said she will ensure that the judge or jury deciding the case will get only “the relevant, admissible evidence on which they can then base their decisions.”

“Let me emphasize that we do not prosecute by pressure or petition,” she said.

Both the defense and prosecution said they had no intention of trying the case in the court of public opinion, though both conceded there is extreme interest.

O’Mara believes it will be at least six months, possibly a year, before the case goes to trial.

“We, of course, have a lot of information to find out. I’m far behind on finding out the information flow,” he said.

There have been more questions than answers about what happened the night that Zimmerman shot Martin.

Zimmerman, a white Hispanic, has said he killed Martin in self-defense after the teen punched him and slammed his head on the sidewalk; Martin’s family said Zimmerman profiled their son.

Immediately after the shooting, Sanford police questioned Zimmerman and released him without charges. They said then that there were no grounds to disprove his account that he’d acted to protect himself.

A prosecution affidavit of probable cause filed Thursday with the court offered few new details about what happened the night Martin was walking home from a convenience store, though it appeared to offer some insight into how the special prosecutor views the case.

The document says Zimmerman, who lived in the same community, was in his vehicle when he saw Martin “and assumed Martin was a criminal.”

It says Zimmerman felt Martin did not belong in the gated community and called the police.

“During the recorded call Zimmerman made reference to people he felt had committed and gotten away with break-ins in his neighborhood. Later while talking about Martin, Zimmerman stated ‘these a**holes, they always get away,” and also said ‘these f****** punks.’ ”

As the incident was unfolding, Martin was on the phone with a friend, the affidavit says.

“The witness advised that Martin was scared because he was being followed through the complex by an unknown male and didn’t know why. Martin attempted to run home but was followed by Zimmerman who didn’t want the person he falsely assumed was going to commit a crime to get away before the police arrived,” it said.

The affidavit said “when the police dispatcher realized Zimmerman was pursuing Martin, he instructed Zimmerman not to do that and that the responding officer would meet him. Zimmerman disregarded the police dispatcher and continued to follow Martin who was trying to return to his home.

“Zimmerman confronted Martin and a struggle ensued. Witnesses heard people arguing and what sounded like a struggle.”

Calls to 911 captured a voice crying for help; that voice belonged to Martin, according to his mother; the neighborhood watch volunteer’s relatives have said the voice was Zimmerman’s.

One of the responding officers reported seeing a wound on the back of Zimmerman’s head, and surveillance video appeared to show an injury.

“Zimmerman shot Martin in the chest. When police arrived Zimmerman admitted shooting Martin. Officers recovered a gun from a holster inside Zimmerman’s waistband.”

O’Mara said Zimmerman, who will plead not guilty, is worried about getting a fair trial in Sanford.

While O’Mara said he does not share those concerns, he told CNN the case may need to be moved out of Seminole County to get a fair and impartial jury.

Asked Thursday why his client had followed Martin, O’Mara told CNN sister network HLN, “I know so little about the evidence.”

O’Mara, who began representing Zimmerman on Wednesday just hours before he was charged, said they had not yet discussed the facts of the case.

A second-degree murder charge in Florida carries a maximum sentence of life in prison.

from:  http://www.cnn.com/2012/04/13/justice/florida-teen-shooting/?hpt=hp_c1

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[North Node/Ceres = Eris]

 

George Zimmerman was born on October 5th, 1983 (time of birth unknown) in Virginia according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trayvon_Martin

October 5th, 1983

10 + 5 +1+9+8+3 = 36 = his life lesson = Excessive force.  Abuse of power.  Going over the line.  Crossing the line.

Ten of Wands Tarot card

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February 26th, 2012

October 5th, 1983

October 5th

10 + 5 +2+0+1+1 = 19 = his personal year (from October 5th, 2012 to October 4th, 2012) = Sunshine is the best disinfectant.

The Sun Tarot card

19 year + 2 (February) = 21 = his personal month (from February 5th, 2012 to March 4th, 2012) = On the world stage.  For all the world to see.

21 month + 26 (26th of the month on Sunday February 26th, 2012) = 47 = his personal day = Everybody will know your name.  Name recognition.  Internationally known.

Seven of Cups Tarot card

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19 year + 5 (May) = 24 = his personal month (from May 5th, 2012 to June 4th, 2012) = Having to submit.

The Queen of Wands Tarot card

24 month + 29 (29th of the month on Tuesday May 29th, 2012) = 53 = his personal day = Debates.  Principles.  Arguing.  Arguments.

Knight of Swords Tarot card

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using the number/letter grid:

 
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

George Zimmerman

756975 894459415           88

 

his path of destiny = 88 = Bankruptcy.  A real live wire.

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March 22, 2012        10:27 a.m.

Sanford, Fla., on Thursday braced for what could be its biggest day of demonstrations over the death of Trayvon Martin, the black teenager shot by a neighborhood watch officer, George Zimmerman, last month. For those just catching up to the case that has galvanized the nation — raising legal and social issues about race, guns and self-defense — here’s some background.

What do we know?

The first phase of the case happened the night of Feb. 26.

Martin, 17, was walking back to his father’s house in a gated community in Sanford, a suburb of Orlando, Fla. He had bought a package of Skittles and an iced tea from a convenience store in the city of about 53,000 residents. A majority of the city’s residents are white; just under a third are black.

Zimmerman, 28, was patrolling the neighborhood when he saw Martin. He called police to report his suspicions and then followed the teenager, though police recordings quote the dispatcher as saying he should stay away.

Moments later, Zimmerman — identified as a Latino by his family, and as white by critics of the subsequent investigation — was in a confrontation with Martin, ultimately shooting the unarmed teenager once, killing him.

What happened next?

The controversy begins with the second phase — the aftermath of the shooting.

Local police responded to the incident and questioned Zimmerman; authorities did medical tests on the dead teenager but not on Zimmerman.

According to various reports, police say Zimmerman told them he chased Martin but gave up and was returning to his truck when the teenager attacked him. Police say Zimmerman had blood on the back of his head.

Zimmerman, who is claiming self-defense, was released and has not been charged in the shooting.

What is the family’s position?

The family, backed by national and local civil rights leaders, say that Martin was in danger — as is any other African American teenager out alone after dark, they add. Because of his race, Martin immediately appeared suspicious to a white person on patrol, especially one whose training was far less than that received by professional police.

Further, the family insists, if a black officer had shot a white teen, he would have been charged and held  — and drug and alcohol tests would have been carried out on the officer and not just the victim, who in this case was drug-free.

“They are making it look like Zimmerman is the victim,” Benjamin Crump, attorney for Martin’s parents said of the police, according to several media interviews. “And their son is in the grave. It’s about equal justice.”

What is the local police position?

Police insist they investigated and let Zimmerman go because officers were “prohibited from making an arrest based on the facts and circumstances they had at the time,” including the physical evidence.

“The Sanford Police Department has conducted a complete and fair investigation of this incident,”police chief Bill Lee said in a prepared statement.

What happens next is up to prosecutors who have convened a grand jury for April 10.

What is the law regarding self-defense?

Florida is one of 21 states with some form of a stand-your-ground law allows people to legally use deadly force if they fear for their life.

In general, the laws, backed by gun rights advocates, allow a person to stay and fight rather than flee a confrontation. The laws have different requirements, depending on the state. Some specify that the shooter has to have a legal weapon and has to have a right to be where he or she is.

It will be up to the grand jury to determine if Zimmerman’s self-defense claim meets Florida’s legal tests, including whether Zimmerman had reason to fear for his life during the confrontation.

The Florida version of the law, backed with the support of the National Rifle Assn., was passed in 2005.  According to the Associated Press, Florida Department of Law Enforcement statistics show that, before the law was enacted, there were about 13 so-called justified killings each year by citizens from 2000 to 2005. Between 2006 and 2010, the average has risen to 36 justified killings each year.

Some state lawmakers have already begun to question whether the Florida law is too broad, saying they’re considering legislation that would redefine the grounds under which self-defense could be claimed. Republican Gov. Rick Scott, a conservative elected after the law was passed, told reporters this week he’s open to changes if the Martin case shows there are problems.

What is the federal angle?

Martin’s parents and the Rev. Al Sharpton, the civil rights leader and television personality,  have met with federal officials including the U.S. attorney for the area. Federal officials are investigating the incident to see if there was a hate crime that would allow them to prosecute.

from:  http://www.latimes.com/news/nation/nationnow/la-na-nn-trayvon-martin-20120322,0,4469238.story

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[Natal Sun sextile Eris.  Jupiter/Juno = Eris.]

 

Trayvon Martin was born on February 5th, 1995 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trayvon_Martin

February 5th, 1995

2 + 5 +1+9+9+5 = 31 = his life lesson = Controversy.  Things get out of hand.

Five of Wands Tarot card

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using the number/letter grid:
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

Trayvon Martin

2917465 419295           64

 

his path of destiny = 64 = Misfortune.

Ten of Swords Tarot card

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March 21, 2012

An explosion of social media has catapulted the shooting death of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin into the national spot light, with a single petition calling for his killer’s arrest now the fastest growing petition in internet history, according to Change.org.

Martin, 17, was killed by self-appointed neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman Feb. 26. Just moments before Martin is killed, Zimmerman, who is white, can be heard muttering something in a call to the police dispatcher which many believe was a racial epithet.

Martin, who was black, was carrying only a bag of skittles, ice tea and his cell phone which captured his last seconds in a phone call with his girlfriend before he was shot to death.

Martin’s family says that what the girl heard contradicts Zimmerman’s claim that Martin was acting suspiciously and was the aggressor in their confrontation.

The family has called for Zimmerman to be arrested.

For nearly three weeks the story languished, as did the change.org petition set up for Martin’s parents Sybrina Fulton and Tracey Martin. It had a few thousand signatures, but towards the end of last week, as ABCnews.com other media began intensifying their coverage of the story and celebrities tweeted about it, interest in the story soared.

A host of celebrities from hip hop icon and entrepreneur Russell Simmons to new age leader Deepak Chopra to director Spike Lee have written and tweeted calling for justice for Martin.

Some celebs used their pulpits to drum up awareness while others issued warnings, with Simmons tweeting this last week : “Trayvon Martin didn’t die so we can create a race war he died so we can promote better understanding. We must start honest dialogue.”

Black radio and television hosts have also bouyed the story, calling on authorities to act.

Amid the growing chorus of statements, Florida authorities announced that they would convene a grand jury and the Department of Justice said they would investigate Martin’s shooting as a possible hate crime.

The growing support for the Martin family is seen in the accelerating pace of signatures on the Martin family’s Change.org petition to have Zimmerman arrested.

“The explosive petition to bring justice for Trayvon Martin was started just days ago by his parents and is already the all time fastest-growing petition on Change.org,” the group told ABC News today. “With up to 800 people signing per minute, and 250,000 petition signatures since yesterday morning, the growth is unprecedented.”

So far, nearly 800,000 people have signed the petition.

There are 15,000 petitions launched on Change.org every month, the statement said.

“People worldwide are shocked by Trayvon’s killing, and they’re turning to social media like Change.org and Twitter to turn that outrage into action,” the statement said.

Benjamin Walt-Jaffee of Change.org told ABC News that unlike Facebook, Twitter or Youtube, where a simple click of like indicates support, the signatories of the petition must provide their full name, a functioning email address and home address for their signature to be counted.

from:  http://abcnews.go.com/US/celebrity-tweets-petitions-spur-trayvon-martin-shooting-probe/story?id=15970224#.T2n_uREgc3M

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[North Node/Ceres = Eris]

 

George Zimmerman was born on October 5th, 1983 (time of birth unknown) in Virginia according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trayvon_Martin

October 5th, 1983

10 + 5 +1+9+8+3 = 36 = his life lesson = Excessive force.  Abuse of power.  Going over the line.  Crossing the line.

Ten of Wands Tarot card

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February 26th, 2012

October 5th, 1983

October 5th

10 + 5 +2+0+1+1 = 19 = his personal year (from October 5th, 2012 to October 4th, 2012) = Sunshine is the best disinfectant.

The Sun Tarot card

19 year + 2 (February) = 21 = his personal month (from February 5th, 2012 to March 4th, 2012) = On the world stage.  For all the world to see.

21 month + 26 (26th of the month on Sunday February 26th, 2012) = 47 = his personal day = Everybody knows your name.  Name recognition.  Internationally known.

Seven of Cups Tarot card

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19 year + 3 (March) = 22 = his personal month (from March 5th, 2012 to April 4th, 2012) = Like a three ring circus.

22 month + 4 (4th of the month on Wednesday April 4th, 2012) = 26 = his personal day = In the news.

Page of Wands Tarot card

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using the number/letter grid:
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

George Zimmerman

756975 894459415           88

 

his path of destiny = 88 = A real live wire.

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comprehensive summary and list of predictions for 2012:

http://predictionsyear2012.com/

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https://www.createspace.com/3411561

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March 22, 2012        10:27 a.m.

Sanford, Fla., on Thursday braced for what could be its biggest day of demonstrations over the death of Trayvon Martin, the black teenager shot by a neighborhood watch officer, George Zimmerman, last month. For those just catching up to the case that has galvanized the nation — raising legal and social issues about race, guns and self-defense — here’s some background.

What do we know?

The first phase of the case happened the night of Feb. 26.

Martin, 17, was walking back to his father’s house in a gated community in Sanford, a suburb of Orlando, Fla. He had bought a package of Skittles and an iced tea from a convenience store in the city of about 53,000 residents. A majority of the city’s residents are white; just under a third are black.

Zimmerman, 28, was patrolling the neighborhood when he saw Martin. He called police to report his suspicions and then followed the teenager, though police recordings quote the dispatcher as saying he should stay away.

Moments later, Zimmerman — identified as a Latino by his family, and as white by critics of the subsequent investigation — was in a confrontation with Martin, ultimately shooting the unarmed teenager once, killing him.

What happened next?

The controversy begins with the second phase — the aftermath of the shooting.

Local police responded to the incident and questioned Zimmerman; authorities did medical tests on the dead teenager but not on Zimmerman.

According to various reports, police say Zimmerman told them he chased Martin but gave up and was returning to his truck when the teenager attacked him. Police say Zimmerman had blood on the back of his head.

Zimmerman, who is claiming self-defense, was released and has not been charged in the shooting.

What is the family’s position?

The family, backed by national and local civil rights leaders, say that Martin was in danger — as is any other African American teenager out alone after dark, they add. Because of his race, Martin immediately appeared suspicious to a white person on patrol, especially one whose training was far less than that received by professional police.

Further, the family insists, if a black officer had shot a white teen, he would have been charged and held  — and drug and alcohol tests would have been carried out on the officer and not just the victim, who in this case was drug-free.

“They are making it look like Zimmerman is the victim,” Benjamin Crump, attorney for Martin’s parents said of the police, according to several media interviews. “And their son is in the grave. It’s about equal justice.”

What is the local police position?

Police insist they investigated and let Zimmerman go because officers were “prohibited from making an arrest based on the facts and circumstances they had at the time,” including the physical evidence.

“The Sanford Police Department has conducted a complete and fair investigation of this incident,”police chief Bill Lee said in a prepared statement.

What happens next is up to prosecutors who have convened a grand jury for April 10.

What is the law regarding self-defense?

Florida is one of 21 states with some form of a stand-your-ground law allows people to legally use deadly force if they fear for their life.

In general, the laws, backed by gun rights advocates, allow a person to stay and fight rather than flee a confrontation. The laws have different requirements, depending on the state. Some specify that the shooter has to have a legal weapon and has to have a right to be where he or she is.

It will be up to the grand jury to determine if Zimmerman’s self-defense claim meets Florida’s legal tests, including whether Zimmerman had reason to fear for his life during the confrontation.

The Florida version of the law, backed with the support of the National Rifle Assn., was passed in 2005.  According to the Associated Press, Florida Department of Law Enforcement statistics show that, before the law was enacted, there were about 13 so-called justified killings each year by citizens from 2000 to 2005. Between 2006 and 2010, the average has risen to 36 justified killings each year.

Some state lawmakers have already begun to question whether the Florida law is too broad, saying they’re considering legislation that would redefine the grounds under which self-defense could be claimed. Republican Gov. Rick Scott, a conservative elected after the law was passed, told reporters this week he’s open to changes if the Martin case shows there are problems.

What is the federal angle?

Martin’s parents and the Rev. Al Sharpton, the civil rights leader and television personality,  have met with federal officials including the U.S. attorney for the area. Federal officials are investigating the incident to see if there was a hate crime that would allow them to prosecute.

from:  http://www.latimes.com/news/nation/nationnow/la-na-nn-trayvon-martin-20120322,0,4469238.story

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[Natal Sun sextile Eris.  Jupiter/Juno = Eris.]

 

Trayvon Martin was born on February 5th, 1995 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trayvon_Martin

February 5th, 1995

2 + 5 +1+9+9+5 = 31 = his life lesson = Controversy.  Things get out of hand.

Five of Wands Tarot card

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using the number/letter grid:

 
1      2      3       4       5       6      7      8      9
A      B     C       D       E       F      G      H      I
J      K      L      M      N       O      P      Q      R
S      T      U      V      W      X      Y      Z

Where:

A = 1              J = 1              S = 1

B = 2              K = 2             T = 2

C = 3              L = 3             U = 3

D = 4              M = 4            V = 4

E = 5              N = 5            W = 5

F = 6              O = 6             X = 6

G = 7              P = 7             Y = 7

H = 8              Q = 8             Z = 8

I = 9               R = 9

 

 

Trayvon Martin

2917465 419295           64

 

his path of destiny = 64 = Misfortune.

Ten of Swords Tarot card

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