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George Zimmerman did an interview with Sean Hannity last night that has created a whole new narrative for Crump&Company “God told him to kill my child”, but more about that later. George told Sean the same exact story he told police five times. Of course the story was not verbatim, but how could anyone expect it to be when he was recalling events that happened while he was being attacked? The important thing to remember, there are no major inconsistencies that would change the outcome or justify over-blown charges that should never have been filed.
Important FACTS to remember:
Trayvon was briskly walking toward his house at 7:12 and at 7:16, he was within only 25 yds of where George Zimmerman saw him take off between buildings.
Trayvon appeared out of nowhere and asked Zimmerman if he had a fucking problem. I can tell you, that reading some of the tweets from people who defend Trayvon, this is most likely true.
Trayvon punched George in the face when George went for his phone. We know he was on the ground alone because Austin Brown, the 13 year old witness saw him on the ground asking for help.
Trayvon got on top of George and held him down, obviously banging his head because photos and medical reports prove there were wounds. Witness John SAW Trayvon on top of George.
George yelled for help over and over and no one would help him. One would have to be void of any common sense to think that it was Trayvon, on top of George causing injury to his head and face, screaming for help. One police report stated it was George yelling 14 times.
George shot Trayvon at close range. The shirt Trayvon was wearing was tested and the bullet hole in the shirt did not match up exactly with the bullet hole to his chest. This would indicate Trayvon on top with his hoodie hanging down when the shot occurred, also backing up George’s statements.
These are the facts that matter. Regardless of what George says about God or regret, the RELEVANT facts do NOT change. I’m SICK of the spin being put on this and the media RARELY making mention of Trayvon beating George and preventing him from retreating. That fact alone makes this case, at the very least, self defense. Second Degree murder is grand standing on the part of Angela Corey.
The only fact that would change this from a Stand Your Ground case to a Self Defense case is if George threw the first punch, and we know from the evidence he did not.
It does not matter WHY Trayvon jumped George, it does not matter WHY George got out of his truck at 7:00 in the evening on his on property on a Sunday night or that he was carrying a concealed weapon that he was licensed to carry. NONE of the above matters when it comes to the charges against Zimmerman.
TRAYVON MARTIN ATTACKED GEORGE ZIMMERMAN AND WOULD NOT ALLOW HIM TO RETREAT. UNDISPUTED FACT.
Why did Trayvon attack him? Why was he so mad? Who cares anymore, the fact is, he did and no one is talking about it.
As for God’s plan – I can tell you unequivocally that if my daughter were attacked by a bored and ill-disciplined thug, fearing for her life and screaming for help, I would pray to GOD that she had a way to make it stop, I would pray she was carrying her gun. If shooting her attacker was the only way out, so be it. Thank you God.
October 27, 2010 Tracy Martin Posted:
October 27, 2010 at 3:49pm
Tracy Martin somebody betta get this negro fo it b a thrashin up in here
October 27, 2010 at 3:51pm
Latrice LuvinMe Byrd Do I need to do a Bail fundraiser?
October 27, 2010 at 4:05pm
Tracy Martin @ trice get that bond money 2gether for me cuz this shit bout to go pass the belt stage! ITS TIME 2 KNUCK IF HE BUCK!!!!!
October 27, 2010 at 4:11pm · 2
Latrice LuvinMe Byrd I got you, Going to check with Bro Lyons to see how much in our dissaster fund!
October 27, 2010 at 4:15pm · 2
Tracy Martin lmbao
October 27, 2010 at 4:16pm
Miriam Grimes-Martin Calm down bro.
October 27, 2010 at 4:36pm
Tracy Martin im straight i jus had 2 vent and let his lil assssss the world turn know that this aint no joke
October 27, 2010 at 4:38pm
Jerome Horton MY MONEY ON TRAY!!! LMAO..U GETTIN UP THERE OLE BOY!!!
October 27, 2010 at 4:59pm
Terrence Lemon go ahead bro no need in letting that stucture GET WEAK….At the end of the day it will payoff!!!!
October 27, 2010 at 5:12pm
Tracy Martin man you wont take that bet when i hiit 70
October 27, 2010 at 5:12pm
Terrence Lemon structure bro!!!
October 27, 2010 at 5:13pm
Tracy Martin yeah bro i just want him to understand the importance of honesty with in the confines of your home ya fell me
October 27, 2010 at 5:14pm
Terrence Lemon YES SIR!!!!!
October 27, 2010 at 5:16pm
Tracy Martin my nerves worked up im spelling words wrong my bad you feel me
October 27, 2010 at 5:16pm
Tracy Martin @ pook it was gone be bad! lmao
October 27, 2010 at 5:32pm
Tracy Martin thats my baby and i love him but dont lie to the old boy
October 27, 2010 at 5:36pm · 1
Latrice LuvinMe Byrd Cherolyn, you know these kids will make you Dang near them! Thats considered a disaster!
October 27, 2010 at 5:37pm
Tracy Martin i need a drank and a lap dance and im good!!
October 27, 2010 at 5:39pm · 1
Tracy Martin he welcome to join me lmao
October 27, 2010 at 5:41pm
Latrice LuvinMe Byrd A lap dance, SMH, for shame!
October 27, 2010 at 5:43pm
Tracy Martin we all got flaws but im goin to rehab for lap dance syndrome(the drinking is under control) lmao just joking
October 27, 2010 at 5:46pm
Latrice LuvinMe Byrd lmao
October 27, 2010 at 5:48pm
Tracy Martin yall know i rode that bus with 10 seats on it stop playin
October 27, 2010 at 5:49pm · 1
Tommie Bugg Liddell cut dem hips, and if he buck. Do him like the old girl used to do you, lol.
October 27, 2010 at 8:18pm
Robbie Chambers BOY YOU TOOK THE WORDS RIGHT OUT OF MY MOUTH MY DAUGHTER TRY ME THE SAME WAY BRUH LIKE I AM A JITT BUT ONLY IF SHE KNEW
October 27, 2010 at 9:07pm
Michael Timberson I understand, just went there my self…hate to but sometime u got to..
October 28, 2010 at 3:18am
Jonathan Plummer Be prayerful my brother
More fibbing by omission? Or just omitting because Tracy is not trying to look like the typical (serial) baby daddy? This is the only picture of Takira Martin and her daddy, Tracy Martin, appearing in public, I have found – to date, I have never heard the name “Takira” escape their mouths. Is it because she’s a minor (not sure myself), because they didn’t mind throwing Chad Green up on the telly, Brandi Green’s 14-year-old son.
Takira with Sybrina and Tracy at a church or rally, not sure which:
Meet Trayvon’s little sister Takira. It is not clear whether or not her mother is “Larisa”, or if Tracy and her mother were even married – Takira and Trayvon were very close in age. Takira seems younger, but Tracy was married to Alicia (and still is, as far as we can tell), when this child would have been born. Confusing baby daddy stuff.
Click the following link to view Takira’s sweet video to her brother, Trayvon. I can’t believe the media hasn’t interviewed this young woman. Her facebook is public, she’s not hard to find. She would certainly soften the hearts of many who are irate at the deception. Ironically, this is just another lie.
Takira’s touching message to her brother Trayvon
Apparently there is one other brother we’ve not heard about, Demetrius Martin. His facebook is not open and I couldn’t find much about him, unless he’s the well-built tatted guy on myspace.
~All pics and video courtesy of public facebook postings ~
Family listed on public Facebook
I’d love to say “the end”, but who knows….
“The case has been compromised from the beginning. When Sanford police arrived on the scene, Zimmerman was first approached by a narcotics detective — not a homicide investigator — who “peppered him with questions” rather than allowing him to tell his story without prompting.” ColorofChange.org
Actually, George Zimmerman was not questioned at the scene. He was taken to the police station within 30 minutes of the shooting. The above is just one of MANY tall tales put out by the media via Crump, Jackson, Sharpton, and even Tracy Martin himself to try and incite hatred for the Sanford Police Department, and divide the races, once again, in the name of justice and million dollar civil judgments, oh, and modification of the Stand Your Ground Law for Democrats.
After George Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin, he quickly moved from beneath Trayvon’s body, and according to at least one witness, straddled him and was checking him out – for what, is unclear. Witness #15 – Selma Lamilla, said she walked outside after the shot to ask what was going on. She said GZ did not answer her until the third time she asked. ”Call 911″, George said, and started walking around holding his head as if he were in shock, couldn’t believe what had just happened. I have a couple of problems with this witness account. One, I don’t know a woman, or many men, who would walk outside after hearing a gunshot and ask the guy over the dead body if everything is ok. Second, George had his phone, and from what I understand, called 911 himself. The third problem with this account is the fact that Mary Cutcher and her roommate didn’t want to get involved when initially approached by police officers.
911 calls recorded the gunshot at approximately 19:16 hours, the first officer arrived on scene at 19:17 hours. Some time lines show only a five second window between the shot and the first officer arriving on the scene. Witnesses said Zimmerman was walking up and down holding his head.
On 2/26/2012, at approximately 19:16, officers were being dispatched to 1231 Twin Trees Ln, Sanford, Florida.
Officer Smith was the first to arrive at 19:17. George had holstered his weapon, a Kel-Tec 9mm, holding his hands above his head. A person with a concealed handgun permit knows to either put the gun on the ground and shove it a few feet away, or holster the gun and raise their arms. They are always to let responding LE know they are armed. George did exactly what he was supposed to do. He told Officer Smith, who was approaching GZ with his gun drawn, that he had just shot the male on the ground and that his gun was holstered within his waistband. Officer Smith retrieved GZ’s handgun and secured GZ in handcuffs.
Some, apparently not familiar with crime scene protocol in the case of a shooting, have criticized Smith for not immediately doing CPR on Trayvon. Imagine the danger Smith would have put himself and the rest of the community in if he had left an armed man standing by, with his back turned to him, while he performed CPR on the victim. One would not even have to have knowledge of protocol, common sense would suffice. Securing the shooter is always top priority.
Smith, while removing GZ to his squad car noticed the back of George’s jacket was wet and had grass on it. He also noted GZ had a nose bleed and was bleeding from the back of his head. Paramedics attended to GZ in the squad car. They reported everything from minor cuts to a cut severe enough to require stitches. Smith overheard GZ say he was calling for help, but no one would help him. Zimmerman declined going to the hospital.
Another officer on the scene, Officer Wagner, walked over to the squad car and used his iPhone to take a picture of Zimmerman’s face. He noted that it looked as though Zimmerman’s nose was broken and bloody, and there was blood on the back of his head. He was transported to the SPD station. Another misconception I’ve read is that if GZ were really hurt, they would have MADE him go to the hospital. This is not true. It is our constitutional right to refuse medical attention. Unless we are unconscious, or too hurt to know our own name, our rights in this regard must not be violated. Once at the station, Zimmerman’s gun was placed into evidence.
Al SHARPTON, MSNBC (3/21/12) What’s even more appalling, not only did they not make an arrest, they let the guy go with a gun, with the murder weapon. “You can go.” And they start becoming his defense spokesmen.”
“This man was able to shoot and kill a kid and then walk away with his gun.” - Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.)
Officer Ayala arrives to the scene at 19:17 hours, within seconds of Officer Smith. After being apprised of the situation, Ayala started CPR and was joined shortly thereafter, by Officer Raimondo, who assisted him – there was no response. Sgt. McCoy arrived on scene and tried to revive Trayvon as well and was met with the same negative results. Finally, at 19:30, the SFD pronounced Trayvon dead.
”They didn’t even bother to put yellow tape around the murder scene when he died, That’s how much the police did to find out what happened to this young boy.” - Jesse Jackson
Crime scene personnel began securing the scene and a contamination log was started. Tryavon’s cell phone was recovered from the scene and one of the officers tried to have a celeabrite device download the information in an attempt to identify the victim. The battery was wet and the device did not work.
“…they never even picked up his cell phone to call the numbers to find out who he was…” Al Sharpton, MSNBC 3/20/2012
Officers Wagner and Mead canvassed the area for witnesses. Mary Cutcher was sitting on her back porch, watching the activity around the crime scene. When Officer Mead asked if she’d seen anything, she said “No, but my roommate did”. When asked if MC thought the roommate might provide a statement, MC said she would look for her. A few minutes later, Mary Cutcher wrote her roommate’s statement for her due to a language barrier. The statement was given to the officer.
Homicide Detective Serino arrived on the scene at around 20:00 hours. He assisted in photographing the scene while waiting on ME to arrive. He and another officer re-interviewed several witnesses.
Seven 911 calls were made that night, including George Zimmerman’s 911 call. The rest were made by ear and eye witnesses.
Witness 11 – Upstairs, hears gunshot. Tells someone named Jeremy to get back in the house.
Witness #3 – During the 911 call she stated she saw nothing. She heard screaming and gunshots behind her house. The dispatcher assures the woman there are several officers there. At the end of the call she sees a man with a white tee-shirt over Trayvon. ** I believe this was an officer, which would solve that mystery.**
Witness #6 - When he first walked outside, the Black guy was on top while they were wrestling. He could tell this because the guy on the bottom was a lighter color. The witness was looking out the window and yelling out the window telling them to stop. After the incident, he saw other people out there with flashlights. The guy who had been previously on top was lying face down in the grass. The one who had been on the bottom had his hands in the air. The guy who did the shooting said, “I shot the other guy in self defense. My gun is on the ground.” ** This witness eventually changed his story a bit. **
Witness 13 - The witness, 13 yr. old Austin Brown, states he saw someone lying on the ground who couldn’t get up. He was outside while walking a dog. The person on the ground was yelling “help.” He says he only looked for a few seconds and only saw one person. He didn’t see how it happened. He didn’t see why he was yelling for help. He only looked for a few seconds and saw only one person who was on the ground–nobody else.
No witness tampering here – Witnesses #5 & #16 with Crump, Jackson, & Martins
Witnesses 5 & 16 - Mary Cutcher and Selma Lamilla – She says she thinks someone’s been shot. People are coming with flashlights. Someone outside said call 911, call 911. Two or three times she tells “Selma”, her roommate to get inside. She sound afraid. ** She said nothing about going outside and talking to GZ or hearing moaning/crying, just a gunshot. Another note, this witness sold her story to the National Enquirer. **
Witness #18 – Someone yelling and screaming help, she heard a pop noise. This woman was very distraught. She sees the men with flashlight.
Witness 19 - Heard a shot and immediately called 911. She was worried about an elderly man living a few homes away from her. Someone walking around with flashlight. Units arrived while she was on the phone.
Case documents for reference to the above.
February 26, 2012 — Approximately 6:00 PM Trayvon Martin, a 17 year old visiting Sanford from Miami Gardens Florida asked his father, who was out to dinner, if he could go to the store for treats and something to drink before watching the All-Star Game. His father gave his permission and Trayvon made the.08 mile walk, in the rain, to a local 711. On his way, Trayvon talked on the phone to his “girlfriend” from back home in Miami Gardens – Trayvon’s phone records do not support this as related by the girlfriend. She said he told her at around 6:00 he was going to the store and she talked to him all the way to the store. The 711 video does not support her statement to the State Prosecutor that she was talking to him while he was in the store — no earphones were present in his ears and he was not holding his phone.
At around 6:20 PM, Trayvon entered the 711 store. Watch extended video, courtesy DiwataMan2 . Trayvon bought Arizona Watermelon Juice and skittles — he asked to buy something from the tobacco section, but was not allowed due to having had no ID to prove his age to the clerk.
Trayvon completed his purchase, and left the store at 6:24, but didn’t leave the premises right away. Three young men entered the store about one minute after Trayvon left. One of the young men, dressed much like Trayvon, buys three cigars, exits the store (about one minute later), and Trayvon can be seen walking back in the direction from which he came. Trayvon’s partial toxicology report recorded THC metabolites in his bloodstream at autopsy. Could Trayvon have asked the guys to purchase the cigars for him and then used one as a “blunt” and smoked it on the way back to the Retreat?
In my opinion, and judging from his actions, Trayvon was probably waiting for these guys to show up to buy something from them. During the 711 video, he can be seen looking outside a couple of times as if he were waiting on someone.
At around 7:04 Trayvon arrived back at the Retreat, and, according to his girlfriend, took shelter from the rain near the mailboxes. She said this is when the phone hung up and she called him again, which would have been the 7:04 call. The timeline became fuzzy here, he either stayed there, or started walking around, looking about, for at least five minutes before Zimmerman spotted him at around 7:09.
7:09 PM – As George Zimmerman was leaving his gated community, he observed a suspicious looking youth who appeared to be on drugs and checking out the townhouses. George decided the young man looked suspicious enough to call the non-emergency line for the Sanford Police Department (report here)
GZ: Hey, we’ve had some break-ins in my neighborhood and there’s this real suspicious guy retreat view circle, the best address I can give you is 111 Retreat View Circle. This guy looks like he’s up to no good or he’s on drugs or something — he’s just walking around, looking about..
Dispatcher: … and this guy’s white, black, or hispanic?
GZ: He looks black..
Dispatcher: Did you see what he was wearing?
GZ: Yeah, a dark hoodie, like a gray hoodie and either jeans or sweat pants and white tennis shoes. (unintelligible)..he’s just staring
Dispatcher: Oh, he’s just walking around the area?
GZ: Looking at all the houses
Dispathcher: oh ok
Trayvon spotted George in his SUV and started staring at him, he then walked toward George’s vehicle to check him out, apparently making a circle around the truck, his hand in his waistband. Judging from the 711 video, Trayvon was probably just pulling his pants up again. Trayvon’s girlfriend stated this is about the time Trayvon put his hoodie on, but he already had his hoodie on when he was at the 711.
GZ: Something’s wrong with him. Yep, he’s coming to check me out. He’s got something in his hands, I don’t know what his deal is.
Dispatcher: Just let me know if he does anything, ok
It seems the dispatcher is encouraging George to keep an eye on the suspicious guy…
GZ: Just get an officer over here
Dispatcher: We’ve got them on the way, just let me know if this guy does anything else.
GZ: These a-holes, they always get away.<snip> Shit, he’s running.
Dispatcher: He’s running, which way is he running?
GZ: Down towards the other entrance of the neighborhood.
According to phone records submitted by Benjamin Crump and Tracy Martin, Trayvon’s girlfriend calls him again at 7:12 PM, the same time Trayvon started running away.
Dispatcher: Ok, which entrance is that that he’s heading towards?
GZ: The back entrance. Fucking punks!
At this point George exited his truck and began to follow/watch where Trayvon was headed.
Dispatcher: Are you following him?
Dispatcher: Ok, we don’t need you to do that.
George was likely confused by this directive because it seemed the dispatcher wanted to know where the guy was going and what, if anything else, the teen was up to. George turns back for his truck without challenging the dispatcher.
Dispatcher: Alright George, we do have them on the way, did you want to meet with the officers when they get out there?
Dispatcher: Alright, where you gonna meet with them at?
GZ: Umm, if they come in through the, uh, street past the club house, straight past the club house, and then they go past the mailboxes, they’ll see my truck
Dispatcher: What address are you parked in front of?
GZ: Umm, I don’t know, it’s a cut-through so I don’t know the address.
At this point George decides to try and find the address before getting back into the truck.
Dispatcher: What’s your apartment number?
GZ: It’s a home (gives incomplete address) – ah crap, I don’t want to give that out, I don’t know where this kid is
Dispatcher: Ok, do you just want to meet with them right near the mailboxes?
GZ: Yeah, that’s fine.
Dispatcher: Alright George, I’ll let them know to meet you out there, ok?
GZ: Could you have them call me and I’ll tell them where I’m at?
Dispatcher: Ok, yeah, that’s no problem
The dispatcher does not tell George to stay in his truck, nor does he tell him to stay at the mailboxes, as has been stated in the media. George has not seen Trayvon for at least two minutes, not since Trayvon ran toward his father’s girlfriend’s house.
GZ: Do you need my number or you got it?
Dispatcher: Yeah, I’ve got it (repeats number)
GZ: Yeah, you got it
Dipatcher: Ok, no problem, I’ll let ‘em know to call you when they are there, yeah?
Dispatcher: You’re welcome
While George was on the phone with the dispatcher, Trayvon had been running back to his father’s girlfriend’s townhome. He was still talking to his girlfriend, telling her he ran and he was by his dad’s house, but that he was “walking back again”. Did he drop something off at the house?
Within a minute of George hanging up with the dispatcher, Trayvon spots him, he tells his girlfriend “this guys getting close to him”. The girlfriend tells Trayvon to keep running even though he has told her a few times he was at his dad’s house. At this point, Trayvon had been making his way home through the gated community for approximately 11 minutes, yet he ends up 70 yards from his destination (see map here).
Before confronting George, Trayvon put the Arizona Watermelon juice in the front pocket of his hoodie and tossed the 711 bag on the ground. GZ has his flashlight out looking for the street sign. Trayvon walks up from behind and confronts George, “do you have a fu**ing problem?” George replies, “No”, and reaches for his cell phone — Trayvon punches George in the nose and knocks him to the ground. Trayvon’s girlfriend said she heard something different and that she heard Trayvon’s headphones hit the ground (heard the sound of grass), but this can’t be because Trayvon’s headphones were found in his pocket, she must have been mistaken….or, in my opinion, coached.
Austin Brown - 13, was walking his dog and heard someone yelling “help”. He turned a corner and saw a guy in a red shirt (George Zimmerman), lying on the ground, the cries for help were coming from this man. Austin’s dog got away from him so he went after it. One witness said she saw a figure or figures running past her home, I feel it could have been Ausin chasing his dog.
Meanwhile, Trayvon mounted George and began beating him, according to one witness, John, MMA style. This same witness stated to police, several times, that the guy on the bottom, wearing red (George Zimmerman), was the one getting beat and yelling for help (link here). George stated Trayvon was pounding his head onto the cement and trying to quiet his cries for help by holding his hand over George’s mouth. According to a police report, George Zimmerman screamed desperately for help at least 14 times, to no avail. Austin Brown was about to go back to see about the man when he heard the fatal gun shot, he ran into his house where his sister called 911. No one would help the man who had been watching out for the neighborhood for months. He had finally released his gun from it’s holster and shot his assailant, Trayvon Benjamin Martin, 17, once in the chest, killing him instantly.
The last scream, in my opinion, was probably Trayvon, realizing George had a gun and he wasn’t able to take it from him, knew it was over. The screaming stopped as soon as the shot rang out. The last forty five seconds of the altercation, including the gunshot, can be heard here at 6:09.
I hope you enjoy the blog, I am more than open to suggestions and corrections, where warranted. You won’t find prolific language or meticulous punctuation here – this blog is just about the facts and information you may not have known. Thanks for reading!