Trayvon Martin and dad Tracy Martin
George Zimmerman, the 28-year-old self-appointed neighborhood watch captain that stalked, then murdered 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, who was unarmed and defenseless, claims the teen attacked him first, bloodying his face and the back of his head, in addition to breaking his nose. Zimmerman claims this occurred after he stalked Martin, against 911 orders, with no legal authority to pursue the underage teen, who was minding his business in the Sanford, Florida community his family lives.
However, video released yesterday of Zimmerman at the Sanford, Florida police station showed no visible injuries, stitches or bandages of any kind on the killer, as he was led into the station in handcuffs. He moved around the room with no difficulty or assistance.
Trayvon Martin's heartbroken parents Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin
Zimmerman's story is further being challenged by funeral director Richard Kurtz, who received Martin's body. Yesterday, in an interview with attorney and television personality, Nancy Grace, the funeral director stated, "As far as his (Trayvon's) hands and knuckles, I didn't see any evidence he had been fighting anybody." If someone is alleged to have broken another person's nose via punches, would it not show on the accused person's hand(s).
Yet here it is, Zimmerman is incredulously claiming Martin threw punches breaking his nose and began bashing his head against the sidewalk. Zimmerman's questionable claims also contradict those of Martin's girlfriend, who was on the phone with him moments before he was murdered by the trigger happy vigilante, a cop wannabe that would not have qualified for the force, due to his violent history of arrests, which include attacking a police officer and assaulting his former fiancé.
Martin's girlfriend stated the teen told her a "creepy" man was following him and that he looked "crazy." Indeed. Zimmerman looks crazy in his previous mug shot, for one of three arrests that went nowhere, thanks to his judge dad, Robert Zimmerman. It appears Robert Zimmerman kept getting his trouble-seeking son out of trouble, leading the 28-year-old to believe he was untouchable in the eyes of the law.
Well, he's really done it this time. Had Zimmerman been forced to face the consequences of his previous crimes, rather than daddy repeatedly getting him out of trouble, maybe he would have thought twice before murdering a boy on a public street, after referring to him as a "fu*king coon" on 911 tapes.
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If it is revealed Robert Zimmerman corruptly aided his son in thwarting arrest in this matter, as a police investigator wanted to arrest him, but district attorney mysteriously said no, both father and son should face jail time. Parents can't be responsible for their children's crimes, but if they facilitate and cover up their unlawful behavior, they are culpable as well under the law.