First The Bloody Glove; Now The Bloody Head
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ABC News has apparently scooped their competition - BIG TIME. The have unveiled a new photo which purports to show George Zimmerman's bloody head only minutes after his altercation with Trayvon Martin. From the article at ABCnews.com:

"A new photograph obtained exclusively by ABC News showing the bloodied back of George Zimmerman's head, which was apparently taken three minutes after he shot and killed Trayvon Martin, gives possible credence to his claim that Martin had bashed his head against the concrete as Zimmerman fought for his life."

"The revelation comes as his attorney and prosecutors prepare for Zimmerman's bail hearing today, which could result in his being released from a Florida jail. Zimmerman, 28, is being held on charges of second-degree murder for the Feb. 26 shooting of Martin, 17, which could carry a life sentence if he is convicted."

"The person who took the photograph of a bloodied Zimmerman, asking not to be identified, told ABC News exclusively that they did not see the scuffle that night, but did hear it. The person recalled seeing Martin's prostrate body on the wet grass and said the gunpowder burns on Martin's gray hoodie were clearly visible."

See: http://abcnews.go.com/US/george-zimmerman-case-exclusive-photo-shows-bloodied-back/story?id=16177849#.T5FQs9lWBIQ

A big quesion now (aside from the inevitable outcry that the photo is "actually a fake") is how much weight the photo will carry in court. While it tends to substantiate Zimmerman's account of the incident, it doesn't - on its own - justify someone's death.

Stay tuned. This one is getting interesting.


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sebekm commented on Friday, Apr 20, 2012 at 16:20 PM

Out on bond:

http://southflorida.sun-sentinel.com/...

He better hope the vigilantes don't hack his GPS location:

http://www.landairsea.com/gps-trackin...

gacpl commented on Friday, Apr 20, 2012 at 19:36 PM

as more evidence comes out the minorities will slowly get quiet. when he gets found not guilty there will be no apology's from any of them. they will just go back to there lives thinking there was nothing wrong with them taking sides before knowing the truth.

gacpl commented on Friday, Apr 20, 2012 at 19:49 PM

just to point it out, there has been no response from the poster who had already convicted him.

sebekm commented on Saturday, Apr 21, 2012 at 11:13 AM

Don't expect one.

sebekm commented on Saturday, Apr 21, 2012 at 13:07 PM

....but at least the NAACP supports the "stand your ground" law in Florida:

http://jacksonville.com/news/crime/20...

I'm sure that Zimmerman's attorneys appreciate the timing of this.

sebekm commented on Saturday, Apr 21, 2012 at 16:45 PM

...and in the category of "Darned if you Do, and Darned if you Don't" comes this:

*"Zimmerman surprised the courtroom Friday -- especially Trayvon Martin's parents -- when he walked to the stand in shackles to apologize for shooting the unarmed teenager.

"I wanted to say I am sorry for the loss of your son," Zimmerman stated. "I didn't know his age. I thought he was a little bit younger than I am. I did not know whether he was armed or not."

So how did Martin's parents respond to Zimmerman's apology (through their attorney)?

"A lawyer for Trayvon Martin's family, Benjamin Crump, told "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-hosts Jeff Glor and Rebecca Jarvis the family is "very disheartened" at the prospect of Zimmerman getting out of jail. He says they found Zimmerman's apology "very insincere" and "self-serving," and they suspect it came with "ulterior motives." Before the family accepts any apology, Crump says, Zimmerman has to tell the truth about what happened when he shot Trayvon because, they feel, he's given numerous different accounts so far."

So what do you think would have happened if Zimmerman had stood mute and said NOTHING at his hearing?

THEY WOULD HAVE HAMMERED HIM WITH COMMENTS THAT "HE SHOWED NO REMORSE," HE OFFERED NO APOLOGY," OR "HE LOOKED GUILTY TO ME."

Male Bovine Scatology. All hell is going to break loose, but my hunch is that the headline of this article is correct:

"George Zimmerman's release could be imminent"

See: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505263_16...

gacpl commented on Saturday, Apr 21, 2012 at 18:28 PM

they only support stand your ground with her because shes black.
but if you read the case file on it you will see it is not covered by that law seen she left the area of danger then got a gun and went back to it. hence making it not a stand your ground case.

sebekm commented on Sunday, Apr 22, 2012 at 09:48 AM

Yes - but our leftstream media has portrayed it as "NAACP Supports "Stand Your Ground." I'm not sure if they're just confused or are trying to send a message (the media, I mean).

But it is going to be an interesting next couple of weeks. If they "drop the case" due to lack of evidence (which is what they've been saying since the beginning), the special interests won't stand for it. They want their pound of flesh and won't settle for less than a mini-OJ style media spectacle where they can emphasize how racist the rest of us are.

sebekm commented on Monday, Apr 23, 2012 at 12:08 PM

...and now here it comes:

*Calls to "Kill Zimmerman":

http://twitchy.com/2012/04/23/twitter...

*.."Kill The Judge":

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/s...

*...and apologizing for the apology:

http://tampa.cbslocal.com/2012/04/23/...

Thinker commented on Tuesday, Apr 24, 2012 at 20:21 PM

They way the comments are going, show, disregard for one fact a young man is dead. But one thing this incident has brought attention too, is knowledge of the law, and a closer state of a wild wild west, in the south. If that is the rules, then who will be safe from the opinions, judgement of a citizen at the time of the death of the next victim. This case and law is dangerous, but understand, who drew first blood, and I pray the blood grawing stops for the sake of society. We have as gacpl "minorities will slowly get quiet" but this is not actually good. Pray for peace and allow justice to prevail and our courts to do what establish to do, this is a ticking time bomb, as I see it, and more will hurt than help. The tone of the above comments are damaging.

Thinker commented on Tuesday, Apr 24, 2012 at 20:46 PM

The way the comments are going, show, disregard for one fact a young man is dead. But one thing this incident has brought attention too, is knowledge of the law, and a closer state of a wild wild west, in the south. If that is the rules, then who will be safe from the opinions, judgement of a citizen at the time of the death of the next victim. This case and law is dangerous, but understand, who drew first blood, and I pray the blood grawing stops for the sake of society. We have as gacpl "minorities will slowly get quiet" but this is not actually good. Pray for peace and allow justice to prevail and our courts to do what establish to do, this is a ticking time bomb, as I see it, and more will hurt than help. The tone of the above comments are damaging.

Thinker commented on Tuesday, Apr 24, 2012 at 20:49 PM

sorry for typos, drawing not grawing,

gacpl commented on Wednesday, Apr 25, 2012 at 16:29 PM

no it's not good that they will get quiet, they shouldn't have started up in the first place. all they have done is made more white people racist. they would be screaming bloody murder if white people did the same every time a black person killed someone white, seen it would be every day. mobs protesting in the street because they "think" they know better what happened than the police who did see all the evidence at the scene. it does nothing for justice. and not justice for travon, it's suppose to be justice for all.

gacpl commented on Wednesday, Apr 25, 2012 at 16:29 PM

no it's not good that they will get quiet, they shouldn't have started up in the first place. all they have done is made more white people racist. they would be screaming bloody murder if white people did the same every time a black person killed someone white, seen it would be every day. mobs protesting in the street because they "think" they know better what happened than the police who did see all the evidence at the scene. it does nothing for justice. and not justice for travon, it's suppose to be justice for all.

gacpl commented on Wednesday, Apr 25, 2012 at 16:29 PM

no it's not good that they will get quiet, they shouldn't have started up in the first place. all they have done is made more white people racist. they would be screaming bloody murder if white people did the same every time a black person killed someone white, seen it would be every day. mobs protesting in the street because they "think" they know better what happened than the police who did see all the evidence at the scene. it does nothing for justice. and not justice for travon, it's suppose to be justice for all.

Thinker commented on Wednesday, Apr 25, 2012 at 18:58 PM

History show, more so or not a minority death, at the hands of a non minority always raise protest and have persons to jump on the band wagon of attention and politics. The history of slavery to blacks, minorities in this case, state that blacks will not allow another unjust death go quietly, some many had in an era of this countries history. Once you know this point of view, you can see the noise made is representation of fear of the clock being turned back, when even done, the constitution said Justice for all. Still a ticking time bomb in race relations in America, especially the south. We need better talks and leaders to discuss, let the system work, then based on facts discuss. Travon, did not have to do, if Zimmerman would of done what he was suppose to do report and monitor from a safe distant, await LEO and step off. So the quiet you may here is plans, teachings, understanding, to truly make sure justice prevails for the young victim Trayvon.

gacpl commented on Wednesday, Apr 25, 2012 at 19:33 PM

i guess you didn't hear the whole tape, he did step back to his vehicle when he was jumped.

Thinker commented on Wednesday, Apr 25, 2012 at 21:12 PM

That's it?????? I heard a lot on the tape that may be viewed as contributing to the situation to create a reaction of defense from a person. You see the glass half empty, I see it half full, this encounter should not of lead to the death of a youth.

gacpl commented on Monday, Apr 30, 2012 at 20:17 PM

heres a if list

if he wasn't on drugs
if he wasn't suspended for drugs
if he wasn't a thief
if he wasn't suspended for having tools of burgurly
if his mom didn't kick him out for the above.
if his dad didn't then kick him out for the same.
he wouldn't have been in the area to get killed.

Thinker commented on Tuesday, May 01, 2012 at 14:18 PM

I hope you read what you wrote, this is not lawful, are you saying all your If was known by the shooter, he therefore was ok to kill the youth? I want to make sure this is your message to readers. Then I will respond, again you are saying because of the "if List" okay for Trayvon to have been killed?

gacpl commented on Friday, May 04, 2012 at 07:52 AM

we don't know if it was right, the real evidence will show it in court. but keep in mind the real evidence is why the da did not charge him to start with, the other prosecutor was brought in in order to settle the crowd down that were basically riled up with half the information, and half truths that the media did in order to raise their ratings. this was in counter to the public's image of travon as a sweet innocent kid. the pic they kept showing of him was of him at 12 years old. A 5 year old pic in order to make him look different then he was to get public sympathy. also, what happened to all the burgurlys in the neighborhood. did they stop????

Thinker commented on Friday, May 04, 2012 at 21:13 PM

??????? You are try to avoid the question :) but good move, we'll await the trail and see what a jury decides. But Zimmerman is guilty of murder in my opinion.

gacpl commented on Saturday, May 05, 2012 at 18:34 PM

the physical evidence that we have seen so far shows self defense, so yes.

Thinker commented on Saturday, May 05, 2012 at 20:21 PM

Wow, because of the "if list" on anyway, you agree on open season for all persons, a dangerous society, rough. Not self defense, he judged, profiled, and took a life, he is going to jail :) he did not have the right to take a life. This is what the uproar is about on the killing. No has the right to judge and then execute, now if you want society to be that way, vote in the right people, make is legal and let the game of high noon meet in the middle of the road and draw begin.

sebekm commented on Sunday, May 06, 2012 at 10:53 AM

Right now, we seem to only have one version of the story - ZIMMERMAN'S. All of the noise that the media and the advocates have thrown out there is just that: unfounded allegations, assumptions, and "probabilities." If the prosecutor can't come up with more than what they've shown the public so far, I predict he has a good chance of walking.

They still have to PROVE the "murder." As in the case of O.J.Simpson, simple circumstantial evidence or "tendencies," "likelihoods," and even "profiling" doesn't prove a murder. The jury is going to have to consider the case based on the FACTS - they're not suppposed to make "leaps of faith" when determining the guilt or innocence of an accused.

The prosecution appears to have a tough row to how. My first hint of this is how long it took them to charge him. Zimmerman's REAL problem is the lynch mob that awaits if he isn't convicted of something.

Thinker commented on Sunday, May 06, 2012 at 12:16 PM

This will be a test of the justice system. Must we never forget in the OJ case, we still have victims and unsolved crime, and someone is getting away with murder. If we are OK with OJ not guilty, then keep on until we solve the case. They should of focus on information about his son, my way if I was lead investigator. But the "if List" statement ok to kill the youth, not good grounds to endorse in America. Says alot about the author and it was a profile supporting list. I hope this case bring clarity to the law and how to use, so fair and same for all. One thing I know for sure, death tolls will go up and the defense will be this case law. Scary, American Southern states be ready for a high body count, the law is dangerous.

sebekm commented on Sunday, May 06, 2012 at 12:48 PM

Yes - a new book looks into the "Jason Did It" theory:

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/jacke...

On Zimmerman, it will be interesting to see what the prosecution has in the way of evidence. The photo of Zimmerman's head came out of nowhere; maybe there's an eyewitness that's being kept under wraps (if so, I would think that they support Zimmerman's story; otherwise it would be all over the tabloids).

gacpl commented on Monday, May 07, 2012 at 16:14 PM

there was a report of a 13 yo witness, that saw martin on top of zimmerman. there were more then 10 different 911 calls. nbc didn't report on any of them

sebekm commented on Monday, May 07, 2012 at 17:42 PM

Maybe there will be some surprises at the trial...


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