As each day passes, more discovery in the State’s case against George Zimmerman comes forth into the sunlight. Defense attorney’s Mark O’Mara and Don West have been pulling teeth out of the Prosecution Team to get it, and indeed they are having to force it from them, but slowly and surely it is coming out.
Along with it comes the truth.
We have outlined some of the previous false narratives now diminished if not totally deconstructed by the disinfecting sunlight of truth. Some of which are:
- Why did George Zimmerman deem Trayvon Suspicious on Feb 26th.
- The evidence of the significant injuries sustained by George Zimmerman as he was attacked by Trayvon Martin.
- The Trayvon Family attorney’s fabricated a story. A completely a made-up story surrounding the girlfriend of Trayvon Martin they called “DeeDee”; Including, but not limited to, the very basics of her age and disposition.
- and the media willingly selling the false story of “DeeDee” for effect and narrative selling.
So today we look at another false aspect surrounding George Zimmerman. Specifically his prior encounter with law enforcement in 2005 which led to this often displayed mug shot.
For the best summary of how the media portrayed the 2005 incident lets look at an interview with Orlando Sentinel reporter Jeff Weiner who appeared on March 23rd with Reverend Al Sharpton on the MSNBC show “Politics Nation”.
SHARPTON: Welcome back. We`re learning new troubling details about Trayvon Martin`s shooter, a neighborhood watch volunteer, self-appointed named George Zimmerman. He seemed obsessed with law enforcement, but he had a checkered past of his own.
To learn more, let me bring in Jeff Weiner, reporter of “the Orlando Sentinel.” He is writing about George Zimmerman today, and Joe Madison, nationally syndicated host, “Mornings with Madison” on Sirius XM radio. He will be rallying with us tomorrow night in Sanford, Florida.
Thanks to both of you, for your time.
JOE MADISON, NATIONALLY SYNDICATED HOST, MORNINGS WITH MADISON: Thanks, rev.
JEFFREY WEINER, REPORTER, THE ORLANDO SENTINEL: Thanks, rev.
SHARPTON: Jeff, as we learn more about him, is there is sense that George Zimmerman thought he was above the law, and maybe part of the law, and we are told that he, himself, was clean — squeaky clean. Yet, we find out that you uncovered he had several encounters with the law.
WEINER: He did. He applied to be part of the citizen`s academy that was run by the sheriff`s office. It`s a non-law enforcement role that is meant to educate the public, but he did expressed he wanted to be a law enforcement officer.
He arrested in 2005, accused essentially for shoving a drug agent who was arresting a friend of his outside of a bar in University of central Florida. He has had some reports of domestic violence in his past that did not involve arrests involving an ex-fiance of his who accused him of attacking her back in 2005.
Sounds pretty damning right?
Not so fast. Remembering how literally 100% of this case was a massive rush to judgment, let’s find out exactly what this prior event outside a UCF bar was actually all about.
For that we only need to listen to the sworn testimony, again only recently released, from a witness who was at the scene in 2005.
The full audio recording done by the FBI is available HERE. But thankfully Treeper Diawataman has downloaded the audio interview onto a U-Tube format so we can share for you to hear. The full interview (copied from the audio file) is on this u-tube version, but the pertinent aspect of the 2005 event starts at around 7:45 segment.
So quite a differing perspective huh? I mean differing once again from what the legacy media willingly sold without doing any actual substantive research on their own.
Unidentified undercover State agents posing as college kids to bust underage drinkers grab one of “Tugboat’s” friends, and take him outside. From all appearances Tugboat and his friends had no way of knowing what this was, and they just went out to protect their friend from a bunch of other college kids who grabbed their buddy and had him pinned up against the wall.
Not exactly “shoving a drug agent” who was outside a bar, huh? Indeed, for all intents and purposes, and knowing the college-aged agents not having identified themselves, wouldn’t anyone in the same or similar circumstances do exactly the same thing to protect a friend?
But the truth, the REAL TRUTH, would not help sell the original racist, self-appointed Captain of the neighborhood watch/vigilante narrative would it?
“Justice for Tugboat”
Has a nice ring to it.