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Thursday, July 18, 2013

Cute little Martin attorney reveals goals

  Well, gol darn, this is just downright fun. 
  This frat girl  law "professor" Jasmine Rand is a Martin family "lawyer"; she was seen on television for weeks wearing a hoodie carefully placed over her professionally tousled flowing umber locks, presumably in emulation of the victim whom she vigorously defends. 
  She appeared numerous times on MSNBC, passionately demanding another beer claiming the "child's" innocence, shaping the words coquettishly through perfectly glossed & Sephora plumped lips.
She explains her rationale for wearing the hoodie to CNN:
Rand said during the interview, “Today I’m wearing my hoodie as a symbol to all of those who supported us, the millions of followers that we’ve had that brought George Zimmerman to the arrest, who brought him to meet a jury of his peers and we have faith this time we’ll get a conviction.”
  Rand claimed the jury was wrong, that they hadn't "properly examined the evidence" and, if they had, Zimmerman would have been convicted as a murderer. Her statement echoes the Angela Corey prosecutor meme that Zimmerman is a murderer.
  Greta van Susteren, the professional and experienced lawyer, was shocked, reminding the hot partyer sorority chick younger j.d. that it was the jury's job to consider the evidence and the lawyers' jobs to uphold the process.
  Jasmine pouted at that comment, and then unfortunately let the cat outta the bag, revealing this:
 "I have a greater duty beyond being an attorney, and that’s to be a social engineer,” Rand responded. “And when the law doesn’t get it right, I believe that we have the right to peacefully, and morally, conscientiously object to the decision of the jury.”
  Actually the beauteous Jasmine Rand is just one of the new provocateurs entering professions such as law, journalism, broadcast journalism and academia who believe they have a vision for the country that is better than the rednecks citizens of this country and current democratic process.
  In journalism, it's called civic journalism, described on the user-written Wikipedia as an integration of journalism and democracy. A few years ago the definition of civic journalism indicated that practicers of civic journalism believed they had the right, the obligation to help shape society through their reporting.
  That's all been cleaned up now over at Wikipedia as advocacy journalism has become identified and unpopular in some circles.
  Anyway here's the clip of Susteren taking the nubile young lass to task.

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