This question has dogged the entire narrative from the very beginning. People threw around the term “profile” in a racial sense. However, as more and more FBI and State investigative witness testimony/statements are reviewed the answer looms obvious.
Trayvon Martin looked suspicious because he fit the same behavioral and descriptive outline of the prior criminals in the Retreat at Twin Lakes sub-division.
It certainly appears George Zimmerman became another well-known victim of Political Correctness and Cultural Marxism run amok, here’s why:
First, let’s look at who George Zimmerman saw on the night in question….
Then just look at the words from the neighborhood folks who lived there as they talked to the FBI. These interviewed witnesses were themselves either “black” or “minority”:
From Witness #46 (minority)
From the Husband of Witness #46 (minority)
From Witness #47 (minority)
From Witness #51 (black female)
These are just a few examples of the descriptive from inside the community itself. Despite the neighborhood community continually telling the media and reporters that nothing about the Trayvon Martin Shooting was based on race, those who stoked the fire of racial animosity continued pushing the false narrative.
Another consideration was reported to the black advocacy/interest media outlet The Global Grind:
[...] A criminal justice student who aspired to become a judge, Zimmerman also concerned himself with the safety of his neighbors after a series of break-ins committed by young African-American men.
Though civil rights demonstrators have argued Zimmerman should not have prejudged Martin, one black neighbor of the Zimmermans said recent history should be taken into account.
“Let’s talk about the elephant in the room. I’m black, OK?” the woman said, declining to be identified because she anticipated backlash due to her race. She leaned in to look a reporter directly in the eyes. “There were black boys robbing houses in this neighborhood,” she said. “That’s why George was suspicious of Trayvon Martin.” (link)
Yet, from the outset the attorneys of the Trayvon Martin Family worked the media 24/7 to sell a narrative of “racist profiling”. Recently we questioned Trayvon Martin Family Media Consultant, Ryan Julison about this narrative; Because, despite his claims to the contrary, we documented his advancement of this same story. Julison responded:
[...] the family is wondering why George Zimmerman told the non-emergency operator that Trayvon looked suspicious the evening of February 26. They aren’t accusing George Zimmerman of being a racist or hating black people or shooting Trayvon because he was black, they are simply looking for answers as to why Zimmerman thought their son looked suspicious that night. (link)
Now reconcile that statement from Media Consultant Ryan Julison, who speaks on behalf of Sybrina Fulton (mom) and Tracy Martin (dad), together with family attorneys Benjamin Crump, Natalie Jackson, Daryl Parks and Jasmine Rand against the backdrop of their appearance with congresswoman Fredrica Wilson on April 11th.
Has there ever been a more succinct example of specifically intended race-baiting, driven by media supported Political Correctness, creating a false framing of racism, against anyone in your lifetime?