A lot of folks called ABC News on their lies claiming that George Zimmerman showed no signs of a head wound when he arrived at the Sanford, FL police station within an hour of the shooting of Trayvon Martin. ABC had refused to mention that police reports that proceeded the release of the video mentioned both the lacerations to the back of Zimmerman’s head and his broken nose.
Under pressure for their attempt to lynch Zimmerman, they’ve now released an “enhanced” video that shows the wounds that more trustworthy and credible sources had revealed earlier, including this blog. The wounds were always readily apparent.
It also confirms that Martin family attorney Benjamin Crump, that called the video a “smoking gun” that Zimmerman wasn’t wounded (and is therefore, presumably, a murderer), is an grand-standing hack that is out of his league.
The news comes as Goerge Zimmerman’s neighbor describes the extent of the injuries Zimmerman had following Martin’s alleged attack.
The neighbor is talking for the first time about what he saw on George Zimmerman’s face less than 24-hours after Zimmerman shot and killed Trayvon Martin.
“I saw George. He was banged up. His head had two big bandages, that weren’t flat, had a bump on them,” the neighbor, who did not want to be identified, said.
He described where the injuries were.
“I seen him have a big bandage on his nose and his nose swollen. On the side, where his eyes were at, it was swollen,” he said.
He points out exactly where on a picture.
“I seen the bandage right here, and this side of his nose and this side of his nose was swollen.
The media rushed out to lynch the white murderer just as fast as they could craft a convenient narrative. Unfortunately for the them, the multiracial man that survived the encounter is instead shown to have the exact defensive wounds the media denied.