Mar 29, 2012

So first we're not supposed to believe our EARS when we listen to the 9-1-1 tapes on the fateful night when Trayvon Martin was murdered. This is the thing that the people that are defending George Zimmerman would have you believe. Even though my ears tell me one thing they quickly dismiss it and try to tell me it's something else.

Here's a little snippet of how the conversation plays out:

Them: No, that was not Trayvon crying out for help. It was George Zimmerman.

Me: Are you sure? His mother said that was her baby's voice and if anyone would know the voice of their child it's his mother.

Them: No, George never referred to Trayvon as a 'F#cking Coon', he said 'Goon'.

Me: Are you f#cking kidding me...

It's not bad enough that they insult my hearing, but now they're insulting my eyesight too.

Recently, a surveillance video was released of George Zimmerman hours after he murdered Trayvon. In the video, there is no evidence of Zimmerman having a broken nose as his attorney has asserted nor does he appear to have a busted head.

His attorney has quickly pointed out that the video is 'grainy' and that we should be mindful of the fact that Zimmerman received first aid before he was taken to the police station.

Well, since I have lying eyes and ears maybe you'll allow me to believe the man who prepared Trayvon's body for his funeral.

Richard Kurtz, the funeral director who prepared Martin's body, was asked if there were any signs on his hands that he had punched someone.

"The only thing that I was able to see was the gunshot wound," Kurtz told The Last Word. "I could not see evidence like he had been punching somebody as the news media say he was punching ... It just did not add up to me."

I guess the next thing their going to tell me is that Trayvon's bruises healed while he was in the morgue. Child Boo!

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  1. Even if he was given first aid, don't most wounds require bandages? If your head gets slammed into the concrete, to not have a scratch requiring even the smallest bandage on a nearly bald head is hard to believe. I've never had a broken nose, but I thought any broken limb requires some type of support. Did they give him an opportunity to change clothes? Why would they do that? But I have to ask, where's the blood and the grass stains? He looks clean. The only thing that people seemed to have gotten wrong is his weight. He doesn't look to be over 200 pounds.

    All these developments just make me angrier and angrier. Arrest this man!!!

  2. The officer frisking him and reaching around in his clothes isn't wearing any gloves either. Obviously not concerned with the possibility of contacting a blood borne pathogen on those clean clothes. No blood. Nowhere.