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  • Impeachment of Obama may be necessary in the Zimmerman case

    President Barack Obama should be impeached if he violates the Constitution’s prohibition against double jeopardy in the George Zimmerman case. There has already been a criminal trial, and Zimmerman was found “not guilty” by a jury. A foundational principle of our constitutional republic is that the government does not get a “do-over” if it does not get what it wants.

    Some would argue that the Justice Department has the legal authority to charge Zimmerman, as it is a different jurisdiction. However, that does not match the text of the Fifth Amendment, which clearly states “nor shall any person be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb.” There is no exception for serial prosecutions by multiple layers of government. The text is clear: Charging him again is illegal.

    While I strongly agree with the jury’s verdict in this case, I understand that many people are unhappy with the result of this trial. Nevertheless, a jury determined that the prosecution did not meet the legal standard of establishing Zimmerman’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. It would be an abuse of power to go after him again.

    It is important to understand why we have the prohibition against double jeopardy. I am sure the men who wrote the Constitution understood that there would be times that a guilty man would walk free after committing a crime. But they understood that those in government are as prone to corruption as anyone else, and feared the potential abuse of power that would be inevitable if serial prosecutions are permitted. We all have an interest in limiting government power, and the precedent established in the Zimmerman case can be used again and again by corrupt government officials.

    To file an unconstitutional and illegal civil rights case, the Justice Department must demonstrate that Zimmerman attacked Martin while he was somewhere he was legally allowed to be, and that Zimmerman did so because of “racist” motivations. They would have to explain why a “racist” would mentor black youth or why he would angrily object to the beating of a black homeless man by the son of a police officer.

    Yes, there are issues of race involved in this story, beyond the desperate effort of race hustlers to make themselves relevant. The issue of race involves the questions of whether Barack Obama, Eric Holder, the prosecutors in this case and a number of other Leftists are racists who do not believe Hispanics like Zimmerman have the right to defend themselves when they are violently attacked and beaten. Perhaps the next Republican President should order a Justice Department investigation of Obama and his allies.

    Scott Tibbs blogs at ConservaTibbs.com. Follow him on Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus.

    This post was tagged under: barack obama, Culture of Corruption, Racism, Shady Democrat Doings

    2 Responses to “Impeachment of Obama may be necessary in the Zimmerman case”

    1. [...] the weekend. Also, be sure not to miss Writers’ Guild Member Scot Tibbs’ post with his thoughts on why the Zimmerman case demands the impeachment of President Barack Obama. Also, just a few more days to get in your Tweet of the week nominations. Let us know via our [...]

    2. Liberalism is killing the great nation of America.Why does everything have to be done in a politically correct manner?the media is portraying Vonmartin as a hero,but in fact he is a juvenile delinquent,who,instead of handling the matter in a responsible manner,chose to fight a man charged with the duty to patrol a gated neighbourhood whose tax paying citizens have the right to privacy and safety.why is treyvon being made out to be the poster boy for this generation?the repercussions of this chosen route will be severe for the american nation.there a plenty of positive African-American role models to look up to,who have aachieved great things in their lives under worst circumstances than vonmartin.they didn’t act out the way he did.instead they buckled down and worked hard to achieve the nobe ideal of the ‘American Dream’.its a pity things happened the way they did and vonmartin is now dead.however,the question is,do liberal american parents wish their children to make the same choices vonmartin did and become like him?shout me down all you want.there are two sides to each story.don’t be biased and only focus on one.

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