Florida, You Must Acquit
December 6, 2012 Leave a comment
The nose knows, or so they say.
This photo was taken by Florida police on the night Trayvon Martin (aka No Limit Nigga) was killed. It was kept from George Zimmerman’s defense team until earlier this week. It proves Zimmerman’s contention that he was hit in the face by Martin before landing on his back.
Will justice prevail in this case, or does America need an evil “white Hispanic” racist to punish? Is George Zimmerman doomed to be found guilty in a show trial, and ultimately stabbed or strangled to death in a racial hothouse of a prison?
WorldNetDaily provides a useful timeline of events on the fateful night of February 26th, 2012:
Trayvon Martin is seen on the security video through the 7-11 window approaching the store from the direction of the townhome of his father’s girlfriend, Brandy. In major media accounts, the helpful Trayvon ventured out in the rain in a mile-plus round trip to buy some Skittles and Arizona Ice Tea from Brandy’s young son. Not likely.
Trayvon grabs two items – Skittles and Arizona Watermelon Fruit Juice Cocktail. Trayvon, in fact, had become a devotee of the druggy concoction known as “Lean,” also known in Southern hip-hop culture as “Sizzurp” and “Purple Drank.” Lean consists of three basic ingredients – codeine, a soft drink and candy.
Trayvon pays for his purchases. He then appears to point to an item behind the counter, but the clerk seems to reject that option. Trayvon turns from the counter with a couple of dollar bills still in his hand.
Trayvon leaves the 7-11. Three squirrelly young men enter the 7-11 seconds later, all of them with their faces concealed in part or in full.
One of the three appears to be holding the two bills Trayvon walked out with. He buys two cheap cigars from behind the counter and then a third one as an afterthought. Seconds after he exits, Trayvon, can be seen through the window heading back toward Brandy’s house.
Zimmerman calls police while watching Trayvon near the gated community’s clubhouse. The walk to this point should have taken 10 minutes. It took 40 minutes. It seems likely that Trayvon got a “blunt” – street slang for cannabis rolled in a cigar wrapper –from the dude at the 7-11 and smoked it.
“This guy looks like he’s up to no good,” Zimmerman tells the police. “Or he’s on drugs or something. It’s raining and he’s just walking around, looking about.” Trayvon’s autopsy showed the presence of THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, in both his blood and his urine.
It is possible, too, that Trayvon was up to no good. Trayvon had a history. Months earlier, a security guard at his school found 12 pieces of jewelry, a watch and a “burglary tool” in his tote bag.
“He’s coming towards me,” Zimmerman tells the police about Trayvon. “He’s coming to check me out. He’s got something in his hands.” Zimmerman sounds a little anxious, “Please, get an officer over here.”
After Trayvon passes his truck, Zimmerman says, “Sh–, he’s running.” Trayvon is heading toward “the back entrance,” says Zimmerman. That entrance is in the same general direction as Brandy’s townhouse.
When asked by the dispatcher, Zimmerman agrees not to follow Trayvon, and his heavy breathing ends. “He ran,” says Zimmerman. Even if running slowly, Trayvon could have made it to Brandy’s house in a half a minute.
“I don’t know where this kid is,” Zimmerman tells the dispatcher and heads back to the truck.
7:14 – 7:16
Trayvon comes back to confront Zimmerman. According to Zimmerman – and the new photo confirms this – Martin landed a sucker punch on Zimmerman’s nose, knocked him down and started banging his head against the pavement.