Trayvon Martin and girlfriend
Newly released items continue to testify against George Zimmerman, the 28-year-old neighborhood watch captain that murdered unarmed 17-year-old, Trayvon Martin. Zimmerman, who was violating neighborhood watch rules by patrolling his community with a gun and stalking a perceived threat, a defenseless boy with Skittles candy and Arizona ice tea, declined emergency services' offer of an ambulance to take him to the hospital if he felt unwell.
However, to hear Zimmerman tell it now, via his family and representatives, Martin nearly beat him to death by repeatedly bashing his head against the concrete and breaking his nose. Most people with such alleged injuries would immediately go to the hospital (not to mention have blood on their clothes). Yet, emergency services' tapes of the night in question, reveals Zimmerman declined an ambulance and based on his appearance, had no blood on his shirt. When one Googles pictures of broken noses, then looks at footage of Zimmerman on the night in question, one wonders why he looks nothing like others with the same alleged injury.
Trayvon Martin's parents Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton
Show of hands, if someone allegedly beat you so badly you feared for your life, as they'd broken your nose and split the back of your head open with repeated blows against the concrete, would you not want to go to the hospital to check for potentially fatal internal bleeding/hemorrhaging, after such life threatening injuries. Would you not want to have your nose tended to in order to prevent it healing in a visibly bad way. More importantly would you not want a brain scan.
Show of hands again, how many of you that are not cops or certified security guards, would patrol the neighborhood with a gun, of all things. I just couldn't fathom doing that. If I saw something odd, like someone trespassing or suspiciously fiddling with a neighbor's lock for too long, I'd call 911, but that's it. You can't brand someone suspicious for walking on a street, as Zimmerman did regarding Martin. That's the purpose of the street - for people to walk on it.
Expert analysis also reveals, it is not George Zimmerman crying for help on 911 tapes, as he claimed. Voice analysis comparing Zimmerman's 911 call and that of others residents in the neighborhood who heard the murder, eliminate the killer as the one pleading for assistance. This support's the Martin family's contention it is Trayvon on the tape. One witness stated she heard a "boy" crying for help before the gunshot rang out.
Zimmerman is the aggressor and stalker in this matter, who was armed with a loaded gun. Martin was the unarmed victim of stalking. Why would someone with a loaded gun be screaming for help against a teenager with no weapon. Does that make sense to you. Think about that. Furthermore, anyone who attacks a cop, as Zimmerman did a few years ago, is either completely reckless or not playing with a full deck., That is an individual looking for trouble anywhere they can find it.