Marissa Alexander, the Florida woman who tried to claim a “stand your ground” defense after leaving the home to retrieve a handgun from her car that she then shot at her estranged husband, has pled […]
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A giddy media is reporting that Governor Rick Scott’s decision to sign Florida’s so-called “warning shot” law will result in Marissa Alexander going free. Thirty-three-year-old Marissa Alexander of Florida is “grateful” that she will likely […]
Florida “Warning Shot” Bill Inspired By Marissa Alexander Case Doesn’t Authorize Warning Shots Or Excuse Alexander
Fox News (and other media outlets) are reporting that Florida’s so called “warning shots” legislation inspired by the Marissa Alexander case is almost certain to become law. The Florida Senate on Thursday approved the so-called […]
Media Continues To Claim Marissa Alexander’s Trial Is A “Stand Your Ground” Case. It Isn’t, And Never Was.
The Guardian headline screams out its biased ignorance: Florida woman’s sentence could be tripled in stand-your-ground retrial There’s just one problem: Marissa Alexander’s trial was never about “standing her ground,” as not one, but two […]
Proposed by legislators that apparently have zero firearms training, Florida’s HB 89 is one of the most dangerous gun laws ever proposed: Florida is considering a bill, HB 89 that would make it legal for […]
Marissa Alexander, the violence-prone thuggette who fired a shot at a man and his two children and yet still became a media darling because of imagined “racism,” is now out on bail. A Florida woman […]
Marissa Alexander wants bail before her next trial? If granted, how long do you think it will be before she violates the judge’s orders, yet again? The Florida woman who was sentenced to 20 years […]
A Republican legislator in Florida is proposing a bill that would exempt those firing warning shots from the state’s mandatory sentencing laws. Like most bad laws proposed, this bill seems to be a knee-jerk response to […]
In what many consider a miscarriage of justice, Marissa Alexander was sentenced to 20 years in prison under Florida’s mandatory sentencing guidelines. A Florida appeals court has now granted her a new trial: A Florida […]