Treyvon's Mother and her lawyer on O'Reilly

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    Apr 13, 2012 3:36 AM GMT
    After the initial discussions, I have chosen to not participate in discussions here on the case, but I thought some might find this interesting. Both Treyvon's Mother and her lawyer traveled to New York and were in the studio.

    http://video.foxnews.com/v/1559371502001/
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    Apr 13, 2012 3:42 AM GMT
    Haven't cared about what Bill O'Reilly has to say since he got Patricia Bowman drunk during an interview and then attacked her credibility.
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    Apr 13, 2012 3:44 AM GMT
    Christian73 saidHaven't cared about what Bill O'Reilly has to say since he got Patricia Bowman drunk during an interview and then attacked her credibility.

    Who cares what you think, seriously?
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    Apr 13, 2012 4:10 AM GMT
    socalfitness said
    Christian73 saidHaven't cared about what Bill O'Reilly has to say since he got Patricia Bowman drunk during an interview and then attacked her credibility.

    Who cares what you think, seriously?


    Lots of people. I'm very popular. Unlike a certain Republican nominee who will remain unnamed.
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    Apr 13, 2012 6:02 AM GMT
    Christian73 said

    Lots of people. I'm very popular. Unlike a certain Republican nominee who will remain unnamed.



    I don't know Christian...he has over a million Likes on Facebook...and YOU have...??? "Undecideds" don't count, sorry icon_wink.gif
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    Apr 13, 2012 3:06 PM GMT
    Christian73 saidHaven't cared about what Bill O'Reilly has to say since he got Patricia Bowman drunk during an interview and then attacked her credibility.


    What? Really? That has to be one of the most lame reasons I've ever heard.

    Maybe I need crawl out from under my rock but how did Bill O'Reilly "get" her drunk? Sounds like someone needs to take on a little more personal redponsibility. Oh, but then so many people in our government would be out of work if they didn't have to show us how to be free, thinking people...and before it starts, I'm no Fox lover either...
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    Apr 14, 2012 5:41 PM GMT
    No disrespect meant for this tragedy, Trayvon Martin, or his family, but am I the only one here who is more than just a little disgusted at how the media and everyone else has exploited and politicized, and packaged and commercialized this killing to the point that it's almost becoming nauseating --- massive email campaigns, T-shirts & Hoodies, publicists hired. What's next --- a Martin Family Reality Show? A new line of Skittles "The Trayvon Special Edition Licorice Skittles"? Last night CNN's lead in "major stories" were "North Korea Missile Fails" followed by "New Developments in Trayvon Martin Case". Not meaning to take anything away from this tragedy but, REALLY? How many teenagers have died or even been murdered since this tragedy? It's really disgusting how the media latches on to a story and beats it to a pulp. I thought the same thing for other cases like Casey Anthony, Natalie Holloway, Scott Peterson, etc.
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    Apr 14, 2012 8:12 PM GMT
    I like Bill O'Reilly outside of his show. On his show, he comes across as a bully and you had better answer the way he wants you to answer.

    Prime example was the way he kept hammering Trayvon's mother to have Rev. Al Sharpton to apologize.

    It was good that he had her on the show.

    "I told everybody to remain calm, but they didn't listen to me." Uh Bill, you rarely listen to anybody, so why would you expect people to listen to you?icon_rolleyes.gif

    I did chuckle when he used the word "beef". Were you showing your street cred, Bill?icon_lol.gif
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    Apr 14, 2012 8:20 PM GMT
    Balljunkie saidI like Bill O'Reilly outside of his show. On his show, he comes across as a bully and you had better answer the way he wants you to answer.

    Prime example was the way he kept hammering Trayvon's mother to have Rev. Al Sharpton to apologize.

    It was good that he had her on the show.

    "I told everybody to remain calm, but they didn't listen to me." Uh Bill, you rarely listen to anybody, so why would you expect people to listen to you?icon_rolleyes.gif

    I did chuckle when he used the word "beef". Were you showing your street cred, Bill?icon_lol.gif

    I wouldn't say he kept hammering Trayvon's mother to have Sharpton apologize. I just watched again and he only asked her one time. When she responded that she was not keeping abreast of all the activities, he said, that's fair and did not persist. I think his offer was sincere for either Trayvon's Mother or her attorney to contact him if they thought anything going forward was not being done fairly.
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    Apr 14, 2012 10:26 PM GMT
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    Balljunkie saidI like Bill O'Reilly outside of his show. On his show, he comes across as a bully and you had better answer the way he wants you to answer.

    Prime example was the way he kept hammering Trayvon's mother to have Rev. Al Sharpton to apologize.

    It was good that he had her on the show.

    "I told everybody to remain calm, but they didn't listen to me." Uh Bill, you rarely listen to anybody, so why would you expect people to listen to you?icon_rolleyes.gif

    I did chuckle when he used the word "beef". Were you showing your street cred, Bill?icon_lol.gif

    I wouldn't say he kept hammering Trayvon's mother to have Sharpton apologize. I just watched again and he only asked her one time. When she responded that she was not keeping abreast of all the activities, he said, that's fair and did not persist. I think his offer was sincere for either Trayvon's Mother or her attorney to contact him if they thought anything going forward was not being done fairly.


    "Was I wrong in asking for people to apologize like Al Sharpton?"

    Trayvon's mother responded.

    Second time, more direct, "I think Sharpton should apologize." He motions for her to comment.

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    Apr 14, 2012 10:52 PM GMT
    Balljunkie said
    socalfitness said
    Balljunkie saidI like Bill O'Reilly outside of his show. On his show, he comes across as a bully and you had better answer the way he wants you to answer.

    Prime example was the way he kept hammering Trayvon's mother to have Rev. Al Sharpton to apologize.

    It was good that he had her on the show.

    "I told everybody to remain calm, but they didn't listen to me." Uh Bill, you rarely listen to anybody, so why would you expect people to listen to you?icon_rolleyes.gif

    I did chuckle when he used the word "beef". Were you showing your street cred, Bill?icon_lol.gif

    I wouldn't say he kept hammering Trayvon's mother to have Sharpton apologize. I just watched again and he only asked her one time. When she responded that she was not keeping abreast of all the activities, he said, that's fair and did not persist. I think his offer was sincere for either Trayvon's Mother or her attorney to contact him if they thought anything going forward was not being done fairly.


    "Was I wrong in asking for people to apologize like Al Sharpton?"

    Trayvon's mother responded.

    Second time, more direct, "I think Sharpton should apologize." He motions for her to comment.

    You are right. I missed the first one when I watched again and just noticed the gesture for her to comment, which was the second time.
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    Apr 15, 2012 2:33 AM GMT
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    Christian73 saidHaven't cared about what Bill O'Reilly has to say since he got Patricia Bowman drunk during an interview and then attacked her credibility.


    What? Really? That has to be one of the most lame reasons I've ever heard.

    Maybe I need crawl out from under my rock but how did Bill O'Reilly "get" her drunk? Sounds like someone needs to take on a little more personal redponsibility. Oh, but then so many people in our government would be out of work if they didn't have to show us how to be free, thinking people...and before it starts, I'm no Fox lover either...


    You need to watch the video of what he did on Inside Edition. He wasn't on Fox at the time. He's also tried to get the police to follow his current wife around because she's having an affair with Nassau county trooper. And, of course, there's the Andrea Mackris sexual harassment suit.

    In short, he's gross.