Trayvon Martin, the 17 year-old street thug that racialists wanted to portray as a saint gunned down by a “white” tri-racial neighborhood watchman, was pissed off he’d just been beaten in a street fight earlier in the day when he chose to hide and then confront neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman.
Attorneys for alleged murderer George Zimmerman are now arguing that text messages sent by 17-year-old victim Trayvon Martin – in which he describes being ‘angry’ following a fight with another teen – the night he was fatally shot by Zimmerman should be heard by a potential jury because it’s ‘relevant to [Martin’s] emotional state,’ and would strengthen the defense’s claim that Martin was the aggressor in the struggle that ultimately took his life.
‘He got mo hits cause in da 1st round,’ Martin says in a November 2011 text message, apparently in reference to a fight he’d been in prior to his run-in with Zimmerman. ‘He had me on da ground nd I couldn’t do ntn.’
According to Zimmerman’s attorneys, ‘this is relevant to Mr. Martin’s overall demeanor that day and relevant to his emotional state,’ according to a new court filing by Zimmerman’s attorneys. It goes on to say that the text messages ‘may assist the jury in understanding why Trayvon Martin chose to hide and then confront George Zimmerman rather than simply going home.’