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Medical evidence supports Zimmerman’s account of Trayvon Martin shooting

Written By: Bob - May• 15•12

Many Trayvon Martin supporters will try to discount this story, but medical evidence revealed today is entirely consistent with George Zimmerman’s claim that Trayvon Martin was the aggressor, and that Zimmerman only shot Martin because he felt his life was in danger.

First, ABC News brought us the medical reports that show George Zimmerman’s injuries were as bad or worse than we originally heard.

The day after he killed Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman showed up at a doctor’s office with a broken nose, two black eyes and two small cuts on the back of his head, ABC News reported Tuesday.

According to medical records obtained by the network, he also had a minor back injury.

This is consistent with the injuries shown in police station video, and a gruesome photo taken of the lacerations to the back of Zimmerman’s skull just moments after the attack by a neighbor.

Trayvon Martin also had injuries other than the fatal gunshot wound.

WFTV has confirmed that autopsy results show 17-year-old Trayvon Martin had injuries to his knuckles when he died.

The information could support George Zimmerman’s claim that Martin beat him up before Zimmerman shot and killed him.

The 2nd degree murder charge against George Zimmerman, which should have never been brought, must be dismissed by the judge.

Twitter is already awash with Trayvon Martin supporters outraged that the illusion they’ve created being shattered by evidence. It could get ugly, and if it does, I hope Attorney Benjamin Crump, his PR goon that seemingly created the racial angle, ABC News, NBC News, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, the Congressional Black Caucus, and President Barack Obama are held accountable for inciting violence.

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  1. Oliver Perry says:

    Crump tweeted he’s be on Cooper 360 tonight. Not sure if we’ve missed it.

  2. Bob aka "Melensdad" says:

    Never let the facts get in the way of a good lynching.

  3. Robb Allen says:

    Zimmerman is clearly guilty of a hate crime and it’s pathetic you people can’t see it.

    He hated having his head bashed in.

    Is that so hard?

  4. Joe Doakes says:

    He showed up at the doctor’s office A DAY LATER with black eyes and broken nose. Plainly, this evidence was all manufactured after the shooting, to provide the illusion of a defense. And of course Treyvon had skinned knuckles – defending himself from the half-White attacker.

    He’s a witch. Burn him. Or maybe a racisss. Whatever. Somebody’s gotta pay.

  5. Steve says:

    I’m sorry, but you are forgetting that Zimmerman *put* himself in the situation to get beat up by running after Trayvon. He *could* have sat in the car and followed the kid and let the police do their job. He didn’t have to run after Trayvon and confront him (and the police even told him not to).

    Maybe Trayvon did throw punches (I would too if I had no weapon and felt threatened), but Zimmerman didn’t even have to be anywhere close to Trayvon.

    I don’t think this is a hate crime by any stretch. What I *do* think this is, is a case of an guy pumped up on machismo, with a gun, putting himself in a situation where he felt like he needed to use the gun.

    • Bob aka "Melensdad" says:

      Steve, couple of tidbits that are factually correct based on evidence released.

      1) Zimmerman STOPPED following Martin when the police told him to.

      2) Zimmerman LOST VIEW of Martin and Martin had every chance to get home but he came back and confronted Zimmerman.

  6. NevadaSteve says:

    I hate to share my name with the above individual. No, fellow Steve, it is not a case of ‘a guy pumped up on machismo, with a gun putting himself in a situation where he felt like he needed to use the gun.’

    It’s a case where a guy was asked by his neighbors to keep an eye out over their property because he was well respected in light of his history of being a responsible person who looked out for other people. In doing what was asked of him he found himself in a situation that put him in danger. How much of that is his possible over-zealousness and how much is the fault of the 6’3″ football player who was suspended for school is in the hands of the court.

    In my opinion he shouldn’t have to prove his innocence, this is America and one’s innocence is supposed to be assumed.