I just saw this!. The Black Panthers and other radicals are out for vigilante justice after the tragic shooting of Trayvon Martin. Spike Lee, for example, tweeted what he thought was Zimmerman’s home address and it was incorrect. The home belongs to an elderly couple who are now fearing for their life. Lee so far has refused to apologize. According to the Constitution, Zimmerman is entitled to a fair trial. Do we have to like it? Not necessarily, but it's still part of the way things work. But when The Black Panthers call for street justice, they join a disturbing trend of radical groups who have decided to cast off the rules of civil society. I have heard the coming storm is "From the bottom up and the top down"! Stir the crap up at the bottom so people cry for the government to do something and then it will come from the top down! Am I wrong that this is inciting violence? In Ohio there was a law against doing this also he could be charged with negligently causing the death of some one if it occurred. 2917.01 Inciting to violence. (A) No person shall knowingly engage in conduct designed to urge or incite another to commit any offense of violence, when either of the following apply: (1) The conduct takes place under circumstances that create a clear and present danger that any offense of violence will be committed; (2) The conduct proximately results in the commission of any offense of violence. (B) Whoever violates this section is guilty of inciting to violence. If the offense of violence that the other person is being urged or incited to commit is a misdemeanor, inciting to violence is a misdemeanor of the first degree. If the offense of violence that the other person is being urged or incited to commit is a felony, inciting to violence is a felony of the third degree. 2903.05 Negligent homicide. (A) No person shall negligently cause the death of another or the unlawful termination of another’s pregnancy by means of a deadly weapon or dangerous ordnance as defined in section 2923.11 of the Revised Code. (B) Whoever violates this section is guilty of negligent homicide, a misdemeanor of the first degree.