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[Official] George Zimmerman Trial Information and Discussion
#31
kadar;50508 Wrote:
halftrack;50498 Wrote:The comments range from trying to say that the "blood flow is in the wrong direction and there's no smearing" to "his cop friends popped him in the nose so he'd have injuries to back up his story."

You forgot the part where his "cop friends" took his gun and hit him in the back of the head with it.
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halftrack;50498 Wrote:Many are claiming photoshopping. WTF? The prosecution had them for a long time before they finally gave them to the defense.

Honestly, what was passed around by the msm was 'shopped. The exif shows it.
The original that is in discovery was not 'shopped and is in landscape mode. The defense took it and rotated it with Gimp to portrait to place it on their website. The msm used this one.


If you follow any of this, wait until you get to the whole Dee Dee thing.

Man you'd really have to hit someone hard to make the skull deform around the trigger into the trigger guard itself to leave a full length imprint in the back of someone's skull. Doing that without the trigger moving would be an even more impressive feat Rolleyes... I also like how the inside of rubberized grip made the hardest imprint vs the sharper guard.
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#32
How The Left Crucified George Zimmerman
by Ben Shapiro 1 Feb 2013

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Journalism/...-Zimmerman

Quote:On March 23, 2012, President Obama announced that Americans had to do some “soul searching.” The reason? A seventeen-year-old young man named Trayvon Martin had been shot and killed in Sanford, Florida.

Now, what separated young Trayvon from all of his teenage peers shot across the country? What made him special, worthy of presidential comment? Was he an honor student? Was he a potential president of a Fortune 500 company? Was he on the fast track to curing cancer?

Probably not. Shortly before his death, Trayvon had been suspended from school for ten days for carrying around a baggie with pot residue. He’d been suspended two other times, once for missing school, and a second time for tagging “WTF” on a hallway locker; a security guard searched his backpack and found women’s rings, earrings, and a screwdriver. Authorities described the screw-driver as a “burglary tool.” He wore a grille in his mouth. He was tattooed. He dressed like a punk.

His Twitter feed was filled with misogynistic, drug-loving garbage. Reading the tweets makes you weep for America and her education system. His Twitter handle? @NO_LIMIT_NIGGA. There are precisely zero members of the Mensa Society with similar Twitter handles. He particularly enjoyed retweeting sexist comments from his friends:

“RT@x_highlyfavored:f— a bitch. any bitch. who you want? take yo pick, but you have gone have to take yo time.”

“RT @Mitchell_Garcia: I’ll slap a girl if she said suck my toes wtf, she must be giving some great dome for some s— like that u u u.”

“RT @fukunurhoexxx: #youthetype of b— that give up your p—y for free and think its cool #p—yaintfree #fb.”

“RT @x_highlyfavored: ‘@Slim_Nigga: I wanna experience a white girl just one time.’”

And he used some hieroglyphics of his own:

“BEND IT OVA HOE!!-->_|--|0”

Which, loosely translated, means “I hate women.” Or “I hate English.” Martin’s parents should have slapped a bumper sticker on their car: “If my child can’t read, write, or tweet coherently, blame a teacher . . . and his parents.”

Trayvon’s classy friends tweeted him about whether he punched a bus driver: “<<<

So this was the young man Obama chose to eulogize.

Now, none of this is to say that Martin should have been shot and killed. But it was quite odd for Obama to single out Martin’s death, as opposed to other victims with less-checkered histories.

According to Obama, we were all supposed to search our collective souls about Trayvon Martin’s death. We weren’t supposed to consider the actual facts surrounding his shooting. We weren’t supposed to consider his prior behavior, his penchant for drug use, his previous disciplinary actions.

We were supposed to consider one fact, and one fact only: Trayvon Martin was black. Or, as Obama put it, “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon.”

Apparently, all black people look alike to Obama. In reality, Trayvon would look nothing like Obama’s potential son. But the important thing was that Trayvon shared a skin color with the president.

Unlike the famed Henry Louis Gates Jr. incident, in which President Obama slandered the Cambridge, Massachusetts, police for arresting a black Harvard professor, this remark wasn’t off-the-cuff. It was well planned and well executed. White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said that Obama had known about the Martin story for days, and “clearly had some thoughts about it and—as a parent, and expressed those to [the media] today.” Earlier in the week, the White House had ignored the question; now, said Carney, Obama was “certainly prepared to answer a question if he were to get one.” Said Obama, “When I think about this boy, I think about my own kids.”

Of course, that wasn’t all it took for Trayvon Martin to become a household name. He also had to be shot to death by a supposed white person.

The word supposed is used advisedly here, because Trayvon Martin’s shooter was a fellow named George Zimmerman. The media quickly labeled Zimmerman “white.” In actuality, Zimmerman was of Hispanic origin, but that didn’t matter to either the media or to the Democratic Party and liberal organizational establishment. They wanted a racist shooting in preparation for the 2012 election so that they could claim that America was still a racist country. The implication would be clear: the only way Americans could prove that they weren’t racist was by reelecting President Obama. Hence President Obama’s bizarre self-insertion into the story. It was no coincidence. Dozens of black teens are gunned down each year in major cities across the United States. None of them has a face or a name that anyone knows. But Trayvon did, because he was a bullying tool for Obama and his minions.

The left never cared about Trayvon Martin or his family. They didn’t give a damn. They didn’t care about him when his parents split. They didn’t care about him when he misbehaved in school. They didn’t care about him when he started doing drugs, and possibly dealing drugs. They didn’t care about him when he got tattoos, dressed like a thug, and tweeted misogynistically. They cared about one thing and one thing only: achieving their political ends by exploiting a dead black teen. The minute Trayvon’s story hit the press, the left began drooling. That’s what they do when they see an opportunity to bully Americans using race as a club. Their goal: silence Americans who disagree with the liberal agenda by labeling them part of the unalterably racist white majority. The bullies were people of all races united by a common cause: using race to bully their political opponents into submission.

It’s important to note that there’s a pattern to racial controversies in America. Usually it begins with a flash-point event—some event occurs that may or may not have anything to do with race. The media, in coordination with leftist groups, then launches a smear campaign to turn the event into the Biggest Event Ever, evidence that racism is rife in America. With that groundwork in place, they then proclaim that events like the Biggest Event Ever will continue to take place unless vaguely defined, albeit nonexistent systemic racism is removed from the equation—which, of course, can happen only if liberal policies are enacted, and if conservatives shut the hell up.

The Trayvon Martin case played out the leftist strategy perfectly.

Quite a bit more at the link:
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Journalism/...-Zimmerman
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We really need to purge leftists. ALL to NY.
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http://www.talkleft.com/story/2013/2/1/23854/40798

Quote:George Zimmerman's attorneys have filed a motion to delay George Zimmerman's trial until November. The motion to continue is here.There is quite a bit of new information in it.

I think the biggest revelation is about Trayvon Martin’s cell phone and mysteriously missing data. Even if you have no interest in the George Zimmerman case, you should read this to see the extent to which information stored in your phone is capable of being retrieved and provided to law enforcement (or anyone else who gets their hands on your phone and wants to know what’s on it.) It's a new dawn in the age of the Tele-Rat. [More....]

According to the Motion to Continue, the state told O’Mara that when Trayvon’s phone was recovered, the phone was wet and inoperable. On August 8, at a joint meeting, O’Mara asked if a charger could be used to restart it. FDLE analyst Steven Brenton came in and charged up the phone. When the screen came up, it said the phone was “locked out,” meaning someone had tried to unlock it more than the maximum permitted times with the wrong password. Brenton then disclosed he had performed an analysis of the phone, but was only able to access the SIM card and SD card, not the internal memory. (Eventually, O’Mara received some of the material Brenton had downloaded from the phone and Brenton's report.)

Sometime after that, someone at the state’s attorneys office shipped Trayvon's phone to a law enforcement agency in California for analysis. The agency was "seemingly able" to access the internal memory. The state refuses to give the defense any information as to who at the state’s attorney’s office decided to do this, the name of the agency it was sent to, the identity of the analyst who obtained the data, or the results obtained.

After the unnamed agency returned the phone, during the first week of January, 2013, the state sent it to Cellbrite in New Jersey for analysis. Cellbrite also was able to access the internal memory, and the state provided the defense with the results on January 18. The defense says Cellebrite obtained an "enormous" amount of information from the internal memory. But, guess what's missing? All data for Feburary 26, the day/evening of the shooting.
Quote:As illustrative example, while the analysis includes GPS locating records for Mr. Martin's phone for all of the time that he was in the Sanford area, specifically absent is any such data for February 26, 2012, the date of the event. Similarly, there seems to be missing entries regarding phone calls or texts made to or from the phone in the evening hours of February 26,2012.

Can one say fubar?
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#35
I'm sure that missing data is with the Nixon tapes.
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#36
Yeah, that data isn't missing. It's just missing from the phone.
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streaker69;74866 Wrote:I'm sure that missing data is with the Nixon tapes.

Both of which are resting peacefully with Jimmy Hoffa.
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#38
http://dailycaller.com/2013/03/06/prosec...nder-oath/

Quote:prosecutors acknowledged that their star witness, the 19-year old former girlfriend of the late Florida teenager Trayvon Martin, lied under oath.

“In fact, she lied,” defense attorney Don West said. Prosecutors also acknowledged her lie, but were reportedly vague about whether they would charge the woman with perjury.

The woman’s lie demonstrates another hole in the second-degree murder case against Zimmerman.
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#39
I really think Zimmerman will get off, if the judge and courts are even halfway fair and legal.
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#40
He SHOULD get off. With the "Stand Your Ground" law, the facts that have come out so far, and the injuries he sustained, how can anyone NOT have reasonable doubt as to what actually happened?

As for his girlfriend, you mean she lied AGAIN. If she's going to lie about trivial shit, how can anyone think she's not going to lie about any of the important stuff?

http://theroycroftreport.com/2013/03/05/...stigators/

'Another lie told was about her age. She told investigators during her recorded interview that she was 16 years old. She was actually 18 at the time.

The girls Twitter and Facebook accounts have been subpoenaed so that investigators can read her posts. It’s going to be interesting to hear what the little liar posted about the case and her dealings with her little thug wannabe Trayvon.'
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