Update #9 – Trayvon Martin Shooting Case – Latest Developments

<— Continued from Update #8

Arresting someone because they are “not black” is just as racist as arresting someone because they are black.

Another installment in our soup to nuts deconstruction of the lies and obfuscations by the legacy media, and a host of opportunists, in the Trayvon Martin case. Along with what verified fact based information we can gather.

Every Day The media looks more and more insufferably inept. You don’t charge someone with a crime unless you think you can convict them, that’s basic prosecutorial ethics.

Throughout the past few weeks more new facts surrounding Trayvon Martin have been discovered thanks to the New Media doing the work the Institutional Lame Stream Legacy Media intentionally refuses to do. Simultaneously we discover how many lies and falsehoods are continuing. Today’s updates include:

In short. This is perhaps the biggest national racial event since Rodney King. It is also shaping up to be the biggest media driven false public story since Richard Jewell. It’s in the process of becoming a watershed event; And, as more facts surface, it continues to look almost entirely fake. It’s a tempest in a teacup.

The whole thing is an institutionally media-generated racialist/socialist psycho-political agitator’s dream come true.

Today we will update and continue to outline and contrast the false narrative sold by the Legacy media types, TV, Print and Radio including: ABC, NBC, CBS, MSNBC, FOX, CNN, PBS, Associated Press, Reuters Media, USA Today, New York Times, Orlando Sentinel, Huffington Post and other like-minded affiliates.

For the sake of these continuing posts we are going to focus entirely on Trayvon Martin and not the infinite various nuances and side stories spinning out of the false narrative. I apologize for the length, but accuracy matters and context is needed.

SUMMARY of Content: In summary we now know Trayvon Martin was not the innocent 17-year-old (junior year) High School kid portrayed by the media as: a football player, a volunteer mentor, a math loving student, and loving respectful child, who “majored in cheerfulness” while serving a five day ten day suspension for tardiness. This was, and is, a complete fabrication. The truth is divergent in the extreme.

But that picture of an innocent child was exactly what the media wanted to sell, because it fit their chosen narrative.

The media even doctored photographs to make Trayvon look more child like.

It is also what the professional race-baiting Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, New Black Panther party wanted to portray; and it should be mentioned at the time of this writing they are still bitterly clinging to it. But losing grip rapidly.

Real photo                                                   Doctored By Media Photo

When the truth is being presented, one does not have to work so hard to control, portray, obfuscate and spin. The media have been working very hard because the media has not been presenting ‘the truth’.

But now, against the sheer weight of the truth-telling, research, and presentation of facts by the New Media, the Legacy media is beginning to backtrack. Their false construction is crumbling around them.

However, we are not going to let them just skulk back into the shadows. They, the media, created this mess – and make no mistake, this is a huge mistake – and now they are going to be forced to own it. All of it.

We will not allow the media to turn George Zimmerman into Richard Jewell. Not this time. This time we push back. Truth is on our side.

False – The media initially reported that Trayvon was suspended from school for five days because he was tardy. That narrative soon changed to the more truthful ten days. However, they missed the reasoning and a little research revealed much more.

Truth – We now know that Trayvon Martin was suspended from school THREE times in this school year. We do not know the details of the first suspension, rumored Tardiness. But Trayvon Martin was suspended the second time from school in October 2011 for an incident in which he was found in possession of stolen women’s jewelry and a screwdriver that a school security staffer described as a “burglary tool,” The Miami Herald has learned.

According to the report, on Oct. 21 staffers monitoring a security camera at Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High School spotted Trayvon and two other students writing “W.T.F.,” an acronym for “What the f—,” on a hallway locker, according to schools police. The security employee, who knew Trayvon, confronted the teen and looked through his bag for the graffiti marker.

Trayvon’s backpack contained 12 pieces of jewelry, in addition to a watch and a large flathead screwdriver, according to the report, which described the screwdriver as a burglary tool.

“Martin was suspended, warned and dismissed for the graffiti,” according to the report prepared by Miami-Dade Schools Police.

Then in February 2012 that second suspension was followed four months later by another one, in which Trayvon was caught with an empty plastic bag with traces of marijuana in it AND a pipe. A schools police report obtained by The Miami Herald specifies two items: a bag with marijuana residue and a “marijuana pipe.” Trayvon was again suspended. This time for ten days.

You can read much more about Trayvon’s drug involvement at Wagist. Click HERE

The Martin family and attorneys et al are furious about the release of background school information to ABC news. Because one of their lawyers, Ben Crump, had filed an injunction to “seal” Trayvon’s school and criminal records earlier this month as soon as he was retained.

The parents argue the background information on Trayvon is irrelevant, yet simultaneously proclaim the background information on George Zimmerman is vital. A tenuous position at best because one of the points of contention is the behavior of both during their encounter.

False – Trayvon was a respectful peer and role model mentor.

Truth – Trayvon left a trail of communication from his twitter account that is retrievable via Google cache. His screen name was “NO_LIMIT_NIGGA” and his words speak for themselves. You can read 152 pages of his twitter communication at DAILY CALLER.

However – Warning, explicit language.

The Daily Caller has identified a second Twitter handle that was used by the late Trayvon Martin during the last weeks of 2011. Tweeting in December under the name “T33ZY TAUGHT M3,” Martin sent a message that read, “Plzz shoot da #mf dat lied 2 u!”

There are also concerning discussions within the twitter communication from Trayvon’s friends about his violent encounter with a School Bus Driver. In the conversation Trayvon is discussing having punched the bus driver in the face.

A reasonable person would think the media would be interested in this aspect. Wouldn’t confrontational violence be pertinent? Alas, once again the media shows they only report on that which affirms their pre-scripted narrative. Someone tell Anderson Cooper that it shouldn’t be hard to find that bus driver….. wait, nevermind.

Tattoo on back of Trayvon Martin’s neck from Twitter Account. His mom’s name is Sybrina

Another picture of Trayvon’s right arm tattoo and physique *Note this tattoo because it is evident in the “fight club” video:

Fight Club – U-Tube Channel

Below is a U-Tube video of Trayvon Martin refereeing a street style fight. Fight club? The video comes directly from Trayvon Martin’s U-tube channel.

Trayvon is the one with the white ballcap turned backwards, silver/black striped shirt, black jeans, and black “Cons” (sneakers). He is called by name by the camera operator, and while the video is grainy at the :47 mark you can identify his right bicep tattoo.

Apparently he was quite familiar, and comfy with “fighting” and physical confrontation. Another Legacy Media narrative destroyed.


Tea and Skittles

So let’s pause a minute here and put some common sense into the dialogue. Everyone has heard this story about Trayvon going to the store for “Tea and Skittles” right? But has anyone stopped to ask where this story, now urban legend originated? AND how anyone could possibly know? I mean, sadly the guy was dead. So how would anyone know he went to the store for Tea and Skittles.? It’s even mentioned in the affidavit for probable cause, yet there is no mention of Tea and Skittles in the police report of the scene?

From the Washington Times … “And it all stems from Trayvon Martin, he of the walking home from the 7/11 store with Skittles and a can of tea. While wearing a hoodie“…

Where exactly did this “Tea and Skittles” narrative originate? His parents, his attorney(s)? Maybe they read something on his phone about his intention…

But did anyone stop to ask what he was talking about? Tea and Skittles is street lingo for “Marijuana and DXM, somtimes known as ecstasy“.

So is it more likely innocent childlike 17-year-old angelic Trayvon was coming back from a Snapple and Candy run. Or….

Is it more likely that a troubled teenager without supervision and a history of drug use, while serving a 10 day suspension for taking a baggie of pot and marijuana pipe to school, might have been talking about something else.

It is too much to expect the media to find out about this stuff? Never mind.

Oddly, Mr. George Zimmerman specifically mentioned to the police operator on the phone the suspicious subject he was witnessing appeared to be on drugs. But, I digress…..

We discover during a Fox interview with Craig Rivera where the “skittle story” came from. Well, maybe. According to the 14-year-old son of Ms. Brandy Green, “Chad” asked Trayvon to get him the candy when Trayvon said he was going to the store. The affidavit mentions the 7-11 and Tea and Skittles, so we’ll just accept this is now factual. For now.

Craig Rivera interviews Brandy Green and 14 year old Son Chad Green

(FULL INTERVIEW HERE) We discover that Brandy Green and Tracy Martin (Girlfriend and Dad) were in downtown Orlando at a restaurant and both the boys were home alone, Trayvon Martin aged 17, and Chad Green age 14.

So I guess we are to believe the story about Skittles and Tea stemmed from the 14-year-old son of Brandy Green, passed along via Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton. But, again, as with all the stuff from these peeps something just doesn’t pass the sniff test.

Just sayin’. I mean who wouldn’t believe that a 17-year-old kid, serving his third school suspension (this year), this time for drug use and a marijuana pipe in his backpack; and home alone – unsupervised albeit supposedly “grounded”; would hoof-it, at night, in the rain, right before the NBA All-Star game, for a single can of “Tea” for himself, and a bag of “Skittles” for his 14-year-old half-brother. Altruistic no?

American Thinker posts many of the same questions in their article – The Story Unravels: New Questions about Trayvon Martin’s Final Hour

[…] The story about the Skittles originated with the lawyer for the Martin family, Benjamin Crump. A spokesman for the law office confirmed that the information came from Martin’s girlfriend, and also, he believed, from a call to Tracy Martin. The law office hadn’t corroborated their account by looking at security camera tapes or at an electronic receipt from the store.

But a video does exist. The public relations director of 7-Eleven told me that, according to the company’s manager of security, a store camera captured an African-American male (she wouldn’t commit to “young”) purchasing a bag of Skittles and a can of tea (she wouldn’t say that it was “Arizona” tea). The hard disk with the video was removed after the story broke, and it has been subpoenaed by investigators for the state and/or county. The company has not made it available to the media.

The 7-Eleven, according to maps.google, is 0.8 miles from the entrance to The Retreat at Twin Lakes, a 16-minute walk. There is not much to see or do on Rinehart Road on a Sunday night, and it was raining hard. Even if he was not bringing the tea and Skittles to his stepbrother but was eating and sipping en route, Martin should have arrived back at his dad’s fiancée’s place before 6:50, and much earlier if he left the store closer to 6:00 than 6:30. According to logs (now deleted from the department’s website), Zimmerman called the Sanford police at 7:09:34.

Just as Martin did not go straight home after he first spotted the neighborhood watch captain, so, too, he apparently did not go directly to Brandy Green’s apartment from the 7-Eleven. What exactly he was doing between the time he entered the gated community and the moment Zimmerman noticed him will probably never be known. Though there may be some plausible explanation for his behavior, the idea that he was simply returning from a selfless errand when he caught Zimmerman’s eye seems less and less likely. (read more)

But then again…. Don’t all altruistic 16-year-old tattooed kids, who enjoy getting “head, and loose ass pussy”, carry around screwdrivers (described by teachers and school administrators as a “burglary tool”) in their backpacks filled with women’s jewelry, while writing “What The Fuck” on school lockers.

I mean, doesn’t that describe an all-American boy looking for every opportunity to hike in the dark, and rain, to 7-11 for “Tea and Skittles” when they turn 17? I mean really. Sheesh, to think there could be any doubt.

Trayvon Martin was allegedly out at night, on foot and in a rainstorm getting iced tea and skittles. Ok, here’s the address where the altercation took place from the police report: 2381 Retreat View Cir Sanford, FL 32771 The 7-11, you know, the place to buy skittles and an iced tea, where’s the closest one and how far is it on foot?

The closest “convenience store” appears close to a mile away. In a rainstorm, for a bag of skittles and can of iced tea, both ways? Possible? Sure. Plausible? That story ought to be able to be checked, and rather easily — all convenience stores these days have video recorders.

The Trayvon family can “leak” phone records to ABC to help sell their narrative. ABC can steal video from the police station to help sell the narrative (and then backtrack when it backfires). But interestingly when it comes to a simple 7-11 video we get ((crickets)) ?

See what happens when you inject common sense? The house of cards crumbles down.

Trayvon Martin’s parents. Tracy Martin (Dad) left and Sabrina Fulton (Mom) center. Attorney Benjamin Crump (background)

Financial Opportunism

Trayvons mother also applied for Trademarks on his name in March .

Sabrina Fulton (Trayvon’s Mom) is seeking Trademarks for the phrases “I Am Trayvon” and “Justice for Trayvon,” according to filings made last week with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

In both instances, Fulton is seeking the trademarks for use on “Digital materials, namely, CDs and DVDs featuring Trayvon Martin,” and other products.

The March 21 USPTO applications, each of which cost $325, were filed by an Orlando, Florida law firm representing Fulton.

Odd no? How many “grieving parents do you know that would be concerned with “Trademarking” their dead child’s name? And why?

But then again, the Trayvon “Brand” would be more marketable and valuable if the constructed image of the innocent child victim could continue.

Alas, now it becomes clear, why all of those people who stand to profit from the death of Trayvon, consider any fact based, or truthful, information too risky to the Trayvon brand.

This also explains why Sybrina Fulton (Mom) and Tracy Martin (Dad) hired an attorney named Benjamin Crump. The very first action that Crump took upon retention was to file an injunction to “seal” Trayvon’s school and criminal records. Thereby trying to hide the troubling background.

Benjamin Crump – Attorney for Trayvon’s parents

Discovery of Trayvon’s background presented a risk. Not just a risk of character assassination toward their son per se, but a risk to the “brand image” being created. A financial risk. In addition, various Black organizations have invested themselves in the outcome of this case. Controlling the “image narrative” is a key component to their continuing ability to capitalize.

Benjamin Crump Esq has been quite revealing in the motivation surrounding the cries for the “arrest” of George Zimmerman. There is much more beneath the surface and is outlined in the following post. CLICK HERE The support and documention to show a financial purpose and motivation is becoming more clear daily. Much more to follow on this.

Financial Challenge Stage #2

“We Only Want An Arrest” (FIRST BASE)

First of all I just want to thank God; We simply wanted an arrest; we wanted nothing more than an arrest. We wanted nothing more, nothing less; We just wanted an arrest, and we got it, and I say thank you. Thank you Lord; Thank you Jesus….

– Sybrina Fulton, 04/11 (video here)

“We are not asking that he [Zimmerman] be convicted; We are asking that he be arrested”

-Benjamin Crump Esq.
Attorney for Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fuller
(Quoted to Piers Morgan on 4/3/2012)

And there you have it, the ulterior motive, the hidden agenda:


The Trayvon family is not seeking justice in the form you would think. No, they are seeking monetary justice, or more directly monetary gain. THAT is the motivation; and the absence of an “arrest” is what stood between them and their ability to sue in civil court.

Ask yourself why would anyone want an arrest without a conviction?

“We are not asking that he be convicted; We are asking that he be arrested”

Why is that so important?

The answer can be found in the statutes of Florida law surrounding Justifiable Use Of Force (Statute 776) which outlines in Statute 776.032

Immunity from criminal prosecution and civil action for justifiable use of force:

(1) A person who uses force as permitted in s. 776.012, s. 776.013, or s. 776.031 is justified in using such force and is immune from criminal prosecution and civil action for the use of such force, unless the person against whom force was used is a law enforcement officer, as defined in s. 943.10(14), who was acting in the performance of his or her official duties and the officer identified himself or herself in accordance with any applicable law or the person using force knew or reasonably should have known that the person was a law enforcement officer. As used in this subsection, the term “criminal prosecution” includes arresting, detaining in custody, and charging or prosecuting the defendant.

(2) A law enforcement agency may use standard procedures for investigating the use of force as described in subsection (1), but the agency may not arrest the person for using force unless it determines that there is probable cause that the force that was used was unlawful.

(3) The court shall award reasonable attorney’s fees, court costs, compensation for loss of income, and all expenses incurred by the defendant in defense of any civil action brought by a plaintiff if the court finds that the defendant is immune from prosecution as provided in subsection (1).

Note that in section 2 of the immunity statute 776.032 a person is “immune” from criminal or CIVIL action if they are not arrested. The arrest itself can be interpreted as “Probable Cause” the force, or action taken, was unlawful.

Remember the key distinction between guilt or innocence in Criminal vs. Civil trials. In criminal trials the burden of proof is “beyond a reasonable doubt”. In civil trials the burden of proof is “with a preponderance of the existing evidence”; this is where probable cause comes into play. For the purpose of “monetary justice” it only takes an arrest; a subsequent conviction is not necessary.

Without an arrest there is no standing for a civil case awarding monetary damages to Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fuller against George Zimmerman, the HOA for The Retreat At Twin Lakes, and possibly the City of Sanford and all of their respective insurance companies.

Daryl Parks and Benjamin Crump

Without an arrest there is no implied probable cause which could lead to Compensatory and punitive damages for wrongful death.

They need an arrest. They DO NOT need a conviction.

The other approach to a monetary victory would be a “Federal” civil rights investigation and possible arrest on federal civil rights laws. Hence a better understanding of why attorney Benjamin Crump is fabricating information to the Federal Department of Justice. In the letter to the DOJ Crump said:

“We look forward to your thorough and comprehensive review of the suspicious circumstances surrounding this meeting, and the decision to disregard the recommendation to arrest Zimmerman”

In response State Attorney Norm Wolfinger released a statement on Monday saying he is “outraged by the outright lies” contained in a letter written by the attorney of Trayvon Martin’s parents, who are seeking a federal review in the case.

You can see how valuable the compassion of Washington DC power people can be in the engagement of the goal. Indeed many people wondered why Congressional members called a hearing into this one case. Perhaps “who” coordinated the hearing is the clarity needed in understanding the “why”, for at the heart of the conversation is the Congressional Black Caucus. Anyone remember the CBC and the victory called Pigford?

Successfully using the office of the President and Eric Holder’s DOJ to “leverage” a chosen outcome is, well, smart racial politics. Especially when there is a strong possibility of favorable public opinion driven by a misguided, and more than willing water-carrying media, to benefit the Oval Office.

Before Martin’s death, Crump was best known for representing the parents of a teenage boy who died after an encounter with guards at a Florida boot camp in 2006. The videotaped beating of Martin Lee Anderson attracted national attention and led to the closure of the state’s boot camps for juvenile offenders.

Benjamin Crump and his law partner, Daryl Parks, who testified at a congressional hearing on Capitol Hill, are Tallahassee-based personal injury attorneys who primarily handle wrongful death and negligence cases.

In a Huffington Post interview Ben Crump dodges the question of how, and if, he is being compensated by Trayvon Martin’s parents. “You do it because it’s the right thing to do,” he said. “As long as you make your goal to do right and do good, all of the money and financial material stuff will come”.

Beyond the reality of financial gain and self-interest there is even a more troubling consideration when you weigh the extent they are willing to go to for money. The flames of racial tension have been stoked to a white-hot inferno in Sanford Florida, and arguably quite hot around the nation.

The team at Breitbart picked up on the connection between the Trayvon Martin case and the Martin Lee Anderson case with an article a few days ago where they cited some analysis done by the Miami Herald. One key phrase in the Breitbart column was:

The Herald failed to note one other similarity: the controversy over the victim’s death has little to do with the actual guilt or motives of the accused killer.

I doubt Breitbart actually knew at that moment how insightful that small paragraph actually is regarding the real motivation here; And therein lies the heart of the matter for Benjamin Crump, Daryl Parks, Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fuller.

The guilt or motives of the accused Mr. Zimmerman matter naught when weighed against the need for a compensatory judgement to fill their void.

“We are not asking that he be convicted; We are asking that he be arrested” – Ben Crump

“We simply wanted an arrest; we wanted nothing more than an arrest. We wanted nothing more, nothing less; We just wanted an arrest, and we got it, and I say thank you. Thank you Lord; Thank you Jesus” – Sybrina Fulton


All Lawyered Up..

One of the key aspects of this fiasco to keep in mind is the “inability” of George Zimmerman to publicly defend himself or tell his story. Yet the family of Trayvon Martin, and their supporters, can talk 24/7 to every media outlet and personality.

It seems every day a new legal representative face appears in the media, or even on Capitol Hill as an attorney for Tracy Martin (Dad) or Sybrina Fulton (Mom). A partial list of their known lawyers are:

      1. Benjamin Crump Esq. (Family/Natl Media) – Personal injury lawyer
      2. Daryl D Parks Esq. (Family/Natl Media/Gov’t Relations) – Personal injury lawyer
      3. Ms. Jasmine Rand Esq. (Natl Media/Public Relations) – Personal injury lawyer
      4. Ms. Areva Martin Esq. (Family/Natl Media)
      5. Ms. Kimra Major-Morris Esq. (Financial/Family/Media)

This composes only a partial list of the National legal team hired by Trayvon’s family. Compared to Crump, Parks, Rand, Martin and Major-Morris, George Zimmerman is at a significant narrative disadvantage. And this doesn’t include the Florida States Attorney General’s office “Angela Corey”, from the Jacksonville Division, who is conducting the investigation, now prosecution, with her 65+ person support team of prosecutors and investigators.

Indeed, Zimmerman looks like: “A flea looking into a furnace”.

Also he cannot share his side of the story for two more reasons:

First, because he is literally under threat of bodily harm and injury. The New Black Panther party has placed a MILLION DOLLAR bounty on his head, “Wanted Dead or Alive”, and tens of thousands of people are rallying daily with the Black Panthers and professional race-baiters.

Even Spike Lee tweeted the address of Zimmerman’s home to his 248,000 followers. Fortunately for Zimmerman Spike Lee sent out the wrong address. However, profoundly unfortunate for the 70-year-old couple living there now housebound with around the clock security.😦

Secondly, if Zimmerman was to speak now every word, nuance, phrase and intonation would be scrutinized by not only the media, but by law enforcement who were under extreme pressure to arrest Zimmerman, with or without legal merit. He has been advised by his new attorney Mark O’Mara to keep quiet. He cannot talk without a ridiculous amount of risk.

The FBI Arrives In Sanford

SANFORD, Fla. — FBI agents on Monday April 2nd were questioning potential witnesses in the Trayvon Martin shooting, confirming to NBC News that the agency had begun a “parallel investigation” that focuses on whether the teen’s civil rights were violated.

Agents are seeking information on George Zimmerman’s background and whether he was racially motivated when he pursued Martin after calling a 911 police dispatcher about his presence in the community, an FBI official told NBC.

The agents were at the Retreat at Twin Lakes, where Martin was shot dead by Zimmerman, the gated community’s neighborhood watch captain. (more)


Another fabrication the media allows to continue without correction surrounds a prior 2005 arrest (non-conviction) of George Zimmerman. The media and talking heads have repeated this mantra long enough to embed it in the psyche of almost every reader/listener. They frame the arrest as a battery charge against a police officer.

But whoa… wait a minute. Arrest with NON-Conviction. Huh? Well the details are more nuanced and they prefer you not to know the full story because the headline fits their narrative, the content doesn’t.

In 2005 Zimmerman was in a bar having a drink with a friend. Unbeknownst to them an undercover sting operation was going on inside the bar with police officers posing as patrons to catch bar operators selling alcohol to minors.

An altercation between one of the undercover (regular clothes) officers and a friend of Zimmerman took place. Zimmerman thought his buddy was about to be in a bar fight so he interjected and shoved the guy away from his friend. The guy was part of the sting. Out of spite for the shove, and potentially frustration for no minor alcohol sales, they arrested Zimmerman and his pal.

One media outlet did report truthfully. ONLY ONE.

In 2005, Zimmerman was charged with resisting arrest with violence. State alcohol agents said Zimmerman pushed them while they were arresting a friend of his during an underage drinking operation at a bar. Zimmerman avoided a conviction by going into a pretrial program that is offered to people with no prior arrests.


Now some facts to deconstruct the left-wing media bias.

On Feb. 26, when Zimmerman first spotted Trayvon, he called police and reported a suspicious person. He called the non-emergency phone number (407-688-5199) not 911, but for the sake of expediency everyone has used “911” so we will too. He was taught to call this number by police as part of the Neighborhood Watch program. He was asked by the police operator a question about describing the person. The operator specifically asked “is he black, white, or Hispanic” Zimmerman described Trayvon as a black male, wearing a grey or dark hoodie, acting strangely and perhaps on drugs.

Initial reports reflected that Zimmerman was fulfilling his shift on the neighborhood watch patrol. However, according to his brother, Robert, George was not “patrolling”, George was driving to Target to go shopping when he noticed Trayvon acting suspiciously.

This was further supported with an interview with George’s father on the Sean Hannity show (4/4 ) where he shared that investigators are in possession of George Zimmerman’s phone records showing a text to his sister that he was headed out to go grocery shopping at Target.

Zimmerman was Captain of the Neighborhood watch program because the Home Owners Association voted him as such. In this gated community there were eight burglaries, nine thefts, and a shooting just in the past year.

In fact, the local homeowners’ association reports that George Zimmerman actually caught one thief and aided in the apprehension of other criminals. The Miami Herald wrote about this on March 17th. None of the thousands of articles and cable news segments that came after, thought this was important.

In fact the Miami Herald goes on to interview neighbor, Ibrahim Rashada, who is black. Rashada confirms that there has been a lot of crime in the neighborhood and indicates to the reporter that the perpetrators are usually black.

One of the commonly repeated media narratives is of George Zimmerman being a vigilante type personality. Nothing could be further from the truth as outlined in this report from an investigative piece done by The Philadelphia Enquirer, and intentionally ignored by all other National Media Outlets:

[…] people are wondering if the 28-year-old Zimmerman is an earnest if somewhat zealous young man who was just looking out for his neighborhood, or a wannabe cop who tried to take justice into his own hands.

Attorneys for Martin’s parents say Zimmerman is a “loose cannon.”

“He’s a wannabe police officer,” lawyer Benjamin Crump said. “Why did he have a gun?”

But some neighbors welcomed his vigilance, at least before the shooting.

Samantha Leigh Hamilton, an auto-dealership employee who has lived on Zimmerman’s street for about a year, said that she once left her garage door up and Zimmerman noticed it while out walking his dog. He notified another neighbor, who let Hamilton know.

“The only impression I have of George Zimmerman is a good one,” Hamilton said Wednesday.

Hamilton said another neighbor, a black woman, would regularly inform Zimmerman when she was out of town so that he could keep an eye on her place. Hamilton said that when she moved into the middle-class, racially mixed community of about 250 identical townhouses, the black neighbor told her, “Hey, if you need anything, you picked a really good area, since George is part of our neighborhood watch.”

Zimmerman, who was captain of the neighborhood watch and licensed to carry a gun, made 46 calls to police since 2004, according to department records.

Hamilton said there had been several break-ins in the past year, including one three doors away in which burglars took a TV and laptops.

“When I hear about him calling the police constantly, it kind of makes sense to me because we had so many break-ins recently,” she said.

The homeowners association’s February newsletter said that Sanford police had beefed up patrols in the neighborhood and that officers on bicycles were making random checks of front yards and backyards. It was not clear how big the neighborhood watch was, but Zimmerman was the dominant force.

If you’ve been the victim of a crime within the community, after calling the police, please contact our captain, George Zimmerman … so we can be aware and help address the issue with other residents,” the newsletter said. It added that the neighborhood watch group was looking for more participants at its monthly meetings.

Zimmerman moved with his parents from Manassas, Va., to Florida about a decade ago. He lived with his parents in nearby Lake Mary for several years before moving to the Retreat at Twin Lakes, records show. He lives in the gated community with his wife, Shellie, a licensed cosmetologist, but is now in hiding because of death threats. (read more)

The selling George Zimmerman as a racist narrative ran smack into a significant push back from Zimmerman’s family (4/2). In a letter to the NAACP his family refuted the allegation(s), and provided specific example of how George had put himself on the line for his black community.  While this was exceptionally underreported by the media, they did begin to back off the racist narrative around April 10th. 

The letter also described how Zimmerman was one of “very few” in Sanford, Fla., who spoke out publicly to condemn the “beating of the black homeless man Sherman Ware on December 4, 2010 by the son of a Sanford police officer.”:

“Do you know the individual that stepped up when no one else in the black community would?” the family member wrote. “Do you know who spent tireless hours putting flyers on the cars of persons parked in the churches of the black community? Do you know who waited for the church‐goers to get out of church so that he could hand them fliers in an attempt to organize the black community against this horrible miscarriage of justice? Do you know who helped organize the City Hall meeting on January 8th, 2011 at Sanford City Hall??”

“That person was GEORGE ZIMMERMAN. Ironic isn’t it?”

“The main point for this letter is to explain to you that the black community has labeled George a racist without any investigation at all,” the letter continued. “Regardless of the fact that George personally spoke to many of your constituents, not one has stepped forward and said, ‘Hey I know that face. That is the Hispanic guy that was standing up for Sherman Ware. That was the only non‐black face in the meetings for justice in this case.’”

“You know as well as I do that there are many NAACP followers that recognize George from the Ware case as well as many other good things that he’s done for the black community.”


In addition the framing of the “supposed” racial slur during the 911 audio tape has now been debunked and shown that he said “fucking cold” as he was watching Trayvon Martin. Video Here

In the affidavit filed the special prosecutor, Angela Corey, claims the verbage was “fucking punks”, still nothing of racial intent.

George Zimmerman would not know Trayvon Martin because Trayvon was visiting, staying with his Dad’s girlfriend, Brandy Green, in the Orlando sub-division. Both the Dad and the girlfriend were not supervising Trayvon at the time. Neither adult were home. We now know they were in Downtown Orlando having dinner.

Much controversy has been “created” by the media about the fact Zimmerman was “following” Trayvon, as if that represented some form of unusual behavior.

Zimmerman was driving to Target when he noticed Trayvon outside the community clubhouse. Being as he is captain of the Neighborhood watch patrol, of course he’s gonna follow the suspicious person. That’s what concerned citizens do. See something suspicious – Say something to police – and Keep watch. DUH?

This point is not in contention by either Zimmerman, his attorney, or the other side. It is a manufactured talking point of the race-baiters. AND it is being promoted by an agenda driven biased media.

While on the phone with police George Zimmerman stopped the car and got out of his SUV to follow Trayvon on foot.

When a dispatch employee asked Zimmerman if he was following the 17-year-old, Zimmerman said “yes”. The dispatcher told Zimmerman he “did not need to do that”. Zimmerman replied “OK”, and states he immediately turned back toward his SUV.

There is an exceptional breakdown of the timeline including maps of the complex available at WagistEvidence that Trayvon Martin Doubled Back“. I highly recommend readers visit the analysis including a timeline, maps, and phone records which substantiate Zimmerman’s account of losing sight of Trayvon, and being confronted while en-route back to his vehicle.

  • 0:15 – The best address I can give you is the clubhouse. [A]
  • 0:45 – He’s just staring at the houses. Now he’s staring at me.
  • 1:00 – He’s coming towards me.
  • 1:20 – He’s coming to check me out.
  • 2:08 – Shit, he’s running.
  • 2:14 – Sound of truck door being closed. [C]
  • 2:20 – He’s heading towards the back entrance. [referring to E]
  • 2:25 – Are you following him? Yep.
  • 2:45 – He ran… Zimmerman stops and completes the 911 call. [E]
  • 3:05 – Call ends.

Entire Transcript:

Dispatcher: Sanford Police Department. …

Zimmerman: Hey we’ve had some break-ins in my neighborhood, and there’s a real suspicious guy, uh, [near] Retreat View Circle, um, 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. It’s raining and he’s just walking around, looking about.

Dispatcher: OK, and this guy is he white, black, or Hispanic? Zimmerman: He looks black. Dispatcher: Did you see what he was wearing?

Zimmerman: Yeah. A dark hoodie, like a grey hoodie, and either jeans or sweatpants and white tennis shoes. He’s [unintelligible], he was just staring…

Dispatcher: OK, he’s just walking around the area…

Zimmerman: …looking at all the houses.

Dispatcher: OK… Zimmerman: Now he’s just staring at me.

Dispatcher: OK–you said it’s 1111 Retreat View? Or 111?

Zimmerman: That’s the clubhouse…

Dispatcher: That’s the clubhouse, do you know what the–he’s near the clubhouse right now?

Zimmerman: Yeah, now he’s coming towards me.

Dispatcher: OK.

Zimmerman: He’s got his hand in his waistband. And he’s a black male.

Dispatcher: How old would you say he looks?

Zimmerman: He’s got button on his shirt, late teens. Dispatcher: Late teens ok.

Zimmerman: Somethings wrong with him. Yup, 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

Zimmerman: How long until you get an officer over here?

Dispatcher: Yeah we’ve got someone on the way, just let me know if this guy does anything else.

Zimmerman: Okay. These assholes they always get away. When you come to the clubhouse you come straight in and make a left. Actually you would go past the clubhouse.

Dispatcher: So it’s on the lefthand side from the clubhouse?

Zimmerman: No you go in straight through the entrance and then you make a left…uh you go straight in, don’t turn, and make a left. Shit he’s running.

Dispatcher: He’s running? Which way is he running?

Zimmerman: Down towards the other entrance to the neighborhood.

Dispatcher: Which entrance is that that he’s heading towards?

Zimmerman: The back entrance…fucking [unintelligible]

Dispatcher: Are you following him?

Zimmerman: Yeah

Dispatcher: Ok, we don’t need you to do that.

Zimmerman: Ok

Dispatcher: Alright sir what is your name?

Zimmerman: George…He ran.

Dispatcher: Alright George what’s your last name?

Zimmerman: Zimmerman

Dispatcher: And George what’s the phone number you’re calling from?

Zimmerman: [xxx-xxx-xxxx] Dispatcher: Alright George we do have them on the way, do you want to meet with the officer when they get out there? Zimmerman: Alright, where you going to meet with them at?

Zimmerman: If they come in through the gate, tell them to go straight past the club house, and uh, straight past the club house and make a left, and then they go past the mailboxes, that’s my truck…[unintelligible]

Dispatcher: What address are you parked in front of?

Zimmerman: I don’t know, it’s a cut through so I don’t know the address.

Dispatcher: Okay do you live in the area? Zimmerman: Yeah, I…[unintelligible] Dispatcher: What’s your apartment number?

Zimmerman: It’s a home it’s 1950, oh crap I don’t want to give it all out, I don’t know where this kid is.

Dispatcher: Okay do you want to just meet with them right near the mailboxes then?

Zimmerman: Yeah that’s fine.

Dispatcher: Alright George, I’ll let them know to meet you around there okay?

Zimmerman: Actually could you have them call me and I’ll tell them where I’m at?

Dispatcher: Okay, yeah that’s no problem.

Zimmerman: Should I give you my number or you got it?

Dispatcher: Yeah I got it [xxx-xxx-xxxx]

Zimmerman: Yeah you got it.

Dispatcher: Okay no problem, I’ll let them know to call you when you’re in the area.

Zimmerman: Thanks.

Dispatcher: You’re welcome

Visit the entire construction at Wagist

Nope, as indicated in the 911 transcript, the first place Zimmerman saw Trayvon was near the “clubhouse” [A]. Which he identified to the Police operator as the “best address I can give you” (See map below).

The sidewalk [F] was where Trayvon eventually ran but not until after walking past Zimmerman’s truck [C].

Zimmerman was talking on his phone to police when Trayvon walked past looking at him. Zimmerman drove a little way, parked, then jogged/walked toward the back enterance [E]. Zimmerman told dispatch he thought the person was headed to the back exit gate.

Zimmerman lost sight of Trayvon because Trayvon turned right down the path [F] toward home [D]. Zimmerman told the dispatcher he had lost sight of the person while continuing toward the back entrance [E]. That was when the operator asked him “are you following them, because we don’t need you to do that”, to which Zimmerman replied “OK” before turning around and heading back toward his vehicle.

Zimmerman explains in his statement that Trayvon then approached him as he was returning to his SUV. According to Zimmerman Trayvon approached from his “left rear”, which makes sense if you look at where Trayvon ran [F], and where Zimmerman was returning from [E].

A view of the sidewalk “F” from Ms. Brandy Green residence “D” (on right) toward point of confrontation in the distance.

There’s only one thing wrong with the Zimmerman description. It totally makes sense. Not only has it been consistently told, recorded, and his statement never wavered one bit. It was also repeated in various contexts during five hours of interrogation and then during a crime scene walk-through step by step re-enactment with police the next day.

What does that consistent and sensible description mean? It means Trayvon initiated the confrontation and subsequent attack.

Zimmermans explanation, along with his recorded voice describing his position, proves Trayvon was heading “BACK” toward Zimmerman and intercepted Zimmerman near the intersection of the two sidewalks.

That was exactly where the scuffle took place, and was witnessed first hand by “John” who lives at the unit labeled [G]. This was the location where Trayvon was shot.

It really is not that difficult to piece this together from 911 recordings, witness statements and police reports once you are familiar with the logistics. But the media continually is witnessed misleading viewers?

(*Note HatTip to Wagist who is has also reconstructed the entire event, and who also concludes that Trayvon “doubled back“. Trayvon had to double back, because in the police recording Zimmerman lost sight of Trayvon. [F] is the only place he could have run while Zimmerman ran toward [E]. Why Trayvon didn’t just continue to [D] HOME essentially explains the motivation of Trayvon and backs up Zimmerman’s account).

Much false controversy has been made about the police dispatcher instructing Zimmerman not to follow the person (Trayvon), but it really is a moot point. It is standard protocol for all operators to say “do not engage” or in this case “we don’t need you to do that”, because they are trained to avoid liability by police departments fearful of being sued. As soon as the police dispatcher told him not to follow, he stopped, turned around and attempted to walk back to his vehicle.

There is about a one-minute gap during which police say they’re not sure what happened next.

According to the police report George Zimmerman told them he lost sight of Trayvon and was walking back to his SUV when Trayvon approached him from the left rear, and they exchanged words.

Trayvon asked Zimmerman if he had a problem. Zimmerman said no and reached for his cell phone, he told police. Trayvon then said, “Well, you do now” or something similar and punched Zimmerman in the nose, according to the account he gave police. His nose was broken and bleeding when police arrived.

Zimmerman fell to the ground and Trayvon got on top of him and began slamming his head into the sidewalk, he told police.

Video of Zimmerman account HERE

An independent witness from the next house [G-above] gave the same descriptive to police of Trayvon on top of Zimmerman punching him and pulling his head up and down slamming it into the sidewalk.

Zimmerman began yelling for help.

Several witnesses heard those cries, and there has been a dispute about whether they came from Zimmerman or Trayvon. *Lawyers for Trayvon’s family say it was Trayvon, but police say their evidence indicates it was actually Zimmerman requesting help.

*Strangely, Trayvon’s own father, Tracy Martin, disputed his attorneys and contradicted himself on this issue. Originally he told police officers and investigators the voice calling for help was NOT his son Trayvon. Outlined in this video below:

One witness, named John, who has since talked to local television news reporters, told police he saw Zimmerman on the ground with Trayvon on top, “pounding him” — and was unequivocal that it was Zimmerman who was crying for help. He described with specificity what both people were wearing and their exact body positioning.

The Logistics Are EXTREMELY Important To Understand

so here is another breakdown.

In the video (below the graphic) you witness the scene of the shooting ON THE NIGHT IN QUESTION from media reporting and you can see at :48 exactly where the body of Trayvon Martin was lying (covered in yellow tarp). You can clearly see his body is virtually at the “T” of where the sidewalks meet. This further supports Zimmerman’s account of being confronted by Trayvon in two ways:

#1 Because Zimmerman’s written and re-enacted statement clearly describes him being attacked by Trayvon from the “left rear” as he returned from heading toward the rear enterance “E” to his vehicle position “C”.

#2 Because Zimmerman told police, while on the phone, he “lost sight” of Trayvon after Trayvon took off running. Trayvon would have needed to run part way down sidewalk “F” to be non-visible from Zimmerman’s position (perhaps hiding behind one of the white privacy fences), but regardless of how far down sidewalk F he went, in order for his body to be back at the top of the sidewalk, ‘near the T, he would have needed to return to a former position. So he would have needed to double back. This further confirms and validates Zimmerman’s story about not being the aggressor, or initiator in their actual meeting.

More about the logistics are available HERE with more community pictures

Additionally, in the above video you also hear from the police regarding the eye witness audio of the fight scream. Also in the video is an account is delivered from the media who interviewed the investigator specifically questioning the police about sharing the audio with Tracy Martin. Again Dad specifically states the voice on the recording is NOT his son Trayvon Martin.

In addition in this video you get to see the first response(s) from Brandy Green (girlfriend) and Tracy Martin (Dad) to the events. Remember neither of them were looking for Trayvon the night he was shot February 26th and some of this footage with them is from February 27th, the following afternoon. How odd is that?

Also, consider some of the footage is from the live shots on the 11:00pm news. In those shots the scene is still surrounded with several police cars, crime scene tape, the body of Trayvon not yet removed. How could Dad and Girlfriend NOT KNOW something just happened at the end of their block of townhomes? Seriously? Or, what time did they get home that everything would have been cleaned up and gone? Seriously? Common Sense Questioning.

The Ridiculous Voice Analysis

The eye witnesses have not stopped the Trayvon family from continuing to sell the “Trayvon was the one screaming” story to the media. Even though Tracy Martin is on record saying the voice was NOT Trayvon’s. The prosecutor Angela Corey even included Sybrina Fulton’s affirmation in the probable cause affidavit.

The Orlando Sentinel stepped into this narrative over the weekend with an “expert” in voice analysis who has determined the screams did not belong to Zimmerman. The Lame legacy media has jumped on this narrative. They’ll regret that.

This “expert” is now totally discredited. And once again it shows how Lame the Lame Legacy Media truly is. It only took a day and a half for someone within New Media to trace his ‘motive’, poor credentials, and insufferable stupidity. Not only will his basement expert analysis never reach a court room, but within a week, maybe two, the Legacy Media will have to back track just like the prior talking points that are so easily dispatched. Just One Minute provides the deconstruction. – Consider:

The Self-Refuting Expert Witness The Orlando Sentinel Is Touting

Back on the Trayvon Martin killing audio expert Tom Owen is getting good press with his claim (broken by the Orlando Sentinel) that it is not George Zimmerman heard screaming for help on a 911 call. Here are CBS, CNN, MSNBC, Mediaite and the Boston Herald.

I squawked that other experts would question that conclusion – a good forensic audio match requires examples of speech similar to the sounds being compared. So using George Zimmerman’s spoken voice on his 911 call and comparing that to the screams heard in the background of a second 911 call would be a no-no for the other experts.

And Tom Owen agrees! In describing his techniques at his website, we see this: (my emphasis):

The examiner can only work with speech samples which are the same as the text of the unknown recording. Under the best of circumstances the suspects will repeat, several times, the text of the recording of the unknown speaker and these words will be recorded in a similar manner to the recording of the unknown speaker. For example, if the recording of the unknown speaker was a bomb threat made to a recorded telephone line then each of the suspects would repeat the threat, word for word, to a recorded telephone line. This will provide the examiner with not only the same speech sounds for comparison but also with valuable information about the way each speech sound completes the transition to the next sound.

There are those times when a voice sample must be obtained without the knowledge of the suspect. It is possible to make an identification from a surreptitious recording but the amount of speech necessary to do the comparison is usually much greater. If the suspect is being engaged in conversation for the purpose of obtaining a voice sample, the conversation must be manipulated in such a way so as to have the suspect repeat as many of the words and phrases found in the text of the unknown recording as possible.

The worst exemplar recordings with which an examiner must work are those of random speech. It is necessary to obtain a large sample of speech to improve the chances of obtaining a sufficient amount of comparable speech.

And this is the man who now claims that a few seconds of background screaming can be matched to calmly spoken words.

Well, if the prosecutor loses his mind and waves Mr. Owen up as an expert witness in the trial of George Zimmerman, the defense will ask him to re-read this material from his own website, then ask the judge to dismiss him. Good luck to the prosecutor.

I have no doubt that the investigators have already received this advice, so let’s not hold our collective breath waiting for the audio deus ex machina. This testimony won’t be credible and may not even be admissible.

As to why Mr. Owen is sticking his neck out, well, he may be civic minded. But he rolled out his new voice recognition software on March 1, so he also may welcome the publicity.

I figure the media mavens that are starting to play catch-up will catch up to this by May. Is is asking too much to expect them to review his website and ask a few basic questions, such as, why does your website say this Zimmerman match can’t be done? Oh, why ask why.

HMM: In an Addendum Jacob Sullum wonders whether the dubious audio evidence, presumably in a larger context, would be allowed to help establish probable cause for arrest even if it had little chance of being admissible at trial. Over to the lawyers!

For a lighter look, from ‘someguy’ in the comments, I am stealing a quick Frequently Unasked Questions about Tom Owen. Imagine this as a trial cross-examination, because the prosecutor may be having nightmares about just this:

Tom Owen. Is he really a “forensics expert?” Well, no. He has a B.A. in History, not forensics.

Well, surely since he’s an expert, he went to Harvard or Yale or Oxford, right? Well, no he went to Bellarmine College in Kentucky. You’ve heard of Bellarmine College, right? [Normally I deplore this credentialism but if Tom Owen was an expert for the right his college degree is all we would hear about.]

Well, but surely he’s worked for the FBI or CIA as a forensics examiner? No, but he did work for the New York Public Library in charge of their Rogers and Hammerstein archive.

But surely he’s written some books about forensics that the FBI and CIA use, right? No, but he has written extensively about the banjo and did a coloring book:

      • Tom Owen, Scaling the Fretboard (Chappell Music 1973)
      • Tom Owen, The Chord Coloring Book (Chappell Music 1974)
      • Tom Owen, Tenor Banjo (Chappell Music 1975)
      • Tom Owen, Lead Guitar (Chappell Music 1976)
      • Tom Owen, The Classic Blues Singers (Chappell Music 1977)

What about his wife Jennifer Owen … surely she’s a hotshot FBI forensics examiner, right? No, she makes Powerpoint presentations and is a secretary with a political science degree, not a forensics degree.

But surely they have an advanced forensic acoustics laboratory where they conduct their forensic analysis right? No, they just have a computer in the basement of their house in New Jersey right next to the railroad tracks.

But surely he’s a member of the American Board of Recorded Evidence? Yes, but he and his wife run the Board. He’s the chairman, and she’s a board member. The Board is run out of a weight-loss clinic in Springfield, Missouri along with a bunch of other dubious “boards,” “colleges” and “Institutes.”

      • American Board for Certification in Homeland Security‎ – Address: 2750 East Sunshine St. Springfield, MO
      • American Association for Integrative Medicine Inc – Address: 2750 East Sunshine St. Springfield, MO
      • American College of Forensic‎ Examiners International – Address: 2750 East Sunshine St. Springfield, MOC
      • College of Wellness – Address: 2750 East Sunshine St. Springfield,
      • MO American Psychotherapy Association – Address: 2750 East Sunshine St. Springfield, MO

There are no colleges or real boards here. There’s a fat farm weight loss clinic at that location. They appear to have certified themselves experts by running this board themselves.

Now, let’s examine the software they used to perform their analysis. How good is it?

Well, given two KNOWN samples of speech by President Richard M. Nixon, the software only matched two recordings to a 86% match.

Remember, Mr. Owen said he’d expect a 90% match before he concluded that the voices were identical. Although when he’s testifying in murder cases, he claims a 68% match is enough to send someone to prison for the rest of their life (CT v Sheila Davalloo). Even in the software makers own demonstration of the product, using two KNOWN samples of speech from the same famous person, there was only an 86% match.

What about the algorithm they’re using to make the comparison? How good is it? UNKNOWN. That’s proprietary. They won’t tell you what they’re actually measuring.

I am leaving that up there for folks to check over (and it was left on April 1), but if it is even mostly right, this guy won’t be taking the stand in The People versus Zimmerman.

I did note yesterday that Mr. Owen is rolling out their new product as of March 1, 2012, so he welcomes the publicity. (Just One Minute)

The Media Lies About Weight

At this point it becomes imperative to point out one of the most blatant media lies. George Zimmerman’s weight.

The media continues to report that George Zimmerman outweighed Trayvon Martin by 100 lbs. You see that report and justification for the impossibility of physical assault everywhere. It is factually wrong.

How did the false reporting start? A reporter researched a prior 2005 arrest report for George Zimmerman which placed his weight at 248 lbs. So that was what they reported as his 2012 weight. 248 lbs.

In actuality he weighs 170 lbs. Yeah, he lost weight in those 7 years.

No-one, not one reporter or TV talking head bothered to check. The 100/lb weight disparity fit the narrative, so they ran with it. Even now with the facts clearly available the media continues to sell the same lie.

So let’s get this straight once and for all, at least here in the world of factual reality:

George Zimmerman 2005 5′ 8″ @248 lbs

George Zimmerman 2012 5′ 8″ @170 lbs

  • George Zimmerman is 5 foot 8 inches 170 lbs
  • Trayvon Martin was between 6 foot even and 6 foot 3 inches (per mom) 160 lbs (according to police report)


The New York Times Finally got this corrected and confirmed Zimmerman’s weight at 170 lbs, and Trayvon Martin at 160 lbs.

The Gun

According to Robert Zimmerman, and the statements that Zimmerman gave during his 5 hour police interrogation. During the scuffle on the ground Trayvon noticed the gun at Zimmerman’s waist. Both Zimmerman and Trayvon began trying to get his handgun out of his belt. Trayvon attempted to get the gun away from Zimmerman. Zimmerman then shot Trayvon once in the chest at very close range, according to authorities.

The impact of the shot, together with the pushback from Zimmerman thrust Trayvon upward, and partially spun him around to land on his stomach in the grass next to Zimmerman.

The handgun was a Kel-Tec PF9 semiautomatic 9mm pistol. The police took immediate custody of the weapon from Zimmerman’s holster when they arrived on scene. The gun was recovered with a full magazine and only the chambered round had been fired. The shell casing was also recovered near the sidewalk and grass.

This is a condition associated with something preventing the gun from cycling a fresh round from the magazine into the chamber after the shot was discharged. One thing that can cause this condition is another man’s hand wrapped around the pistol, retarding its slide mechanism.

This would indicate, as the coroner’s office affirmed, that specific gunshot residue patterns and cuts were present in certain places on Trayvon Martin’s hand(s), and that a struggle for a gun was taking place when the fatal shot was fired.

The Injuries and The Paramedics

When police arrived less than two minutes later, Zimmerman was bleeding from the broken nose, had a swollen lip, had bloody lacerations on the back of his head and grass located on his back.

Zimmerman was processed as a potential criminal suspect and placed handcuffed in the rear of the second arriving patrol car. Paramedics from the Fire Dept. gave him first aid in the vehicle upon arrival but he said he did not need to go to the hospital. He got medical care the next day.

He was held in the vehicle while preliminary investigation took place and the crime scene was initially processed. The police retained custody of the handgun.

George Zimmerman was transported to the police department where he was questioned, recorded, and processed. The police questioned Zimmerman for five hours at police headquarters without an attorney present, apparently Zimmerman felt he had nothing to hide. The police report noted Zimmerman was “bleeding from the nose and the back of the head.”

Visit Breitbarts Site for definative evidence of Zimmerman’s injuries.

It is almost embarassing at this point to have to deconstruct another Trayvon family narrative the media is selling as some grand discovery. The 2nd ambulance was cancelled while en route.

Yes it was. So?

REALLY? Ever hear of treating two victims at the same time? Ever hear of two different EMS units being dispatched simultaneously? Perhaps the Fire Dept paramedics (EMT) and also an Ambulance Service (EMS)? DUH!!

Hello? Read the police report. The “Fire department Paramedics” treated George Zimmerman in the rear of the police car. Why claim as fact there was only one EMS/EMT unit on scene? Is she psychic? INSUFFERABLE. And they call this professional analysis? Pffftt… There, I just shot the entire segment to smithereens.

As luck would have it the next day, Monday, the Trayvon family trotted out an emergency audio where a “SECOND” ambulance was cancelled while en-route. A SECOND AMBULANCE. That means there was already one ambulance (EMS) on scene treating Trayvon, while the fire dept paramedics (EMT) were treating Zimmerman. Just like the police report, police officials, and just like Zimmerman himself has stated.

It was NOT an either-or situation. Two different emergency vehicles and services were on scene, they asked George Zimmerman if he wanted to go to the hospital for his injuries, he said no, the paramedics treated him on the scene. If he had said yes, the 2nd ambulance would not have been cancelled. The family is getting desperate, and grasping at straws.

There are conflicting reports on what toxological evidence was retrieved from Zimmerman. CBS reports none were done. However, that CBS article appears flawed in that regard. A Police Dept. spokesperson told local Orlando media a full toxicology analysis was completed including, blood tests, breathalyzer and the police took residue and swab samples of his hands, arms and body.

In addition the police took custody of Zimmerman’s clothing for further evidence processing.

George Zimmerman was fully cooperative with investigators both on the scene and at the police department. He was noticeably shaken and distressed, but fully cooperated with all questions and gave both written and recorded statements for over five hours.

Zimmerman’s statements were compared against witness statements, and against the recorded phone calls including a timeline analysis. In addition, his statements were compared against the physical evidence at the scene. The following day, detectives reenacted the shooting with Zimmerman at the scene.

After intensive questioning, George Zimmerman was released from custody pending further investigation. The police retained custody of the handgun and clothing of Mr. Zimmerman.

Zimmerman sought medical treatment the following day for his nose, head, face and anxiety.

Trayvon’s body was evaluated, autopsied, and crime scene processed by the coroner’s office.

The following day the police re-created the events with George Zimmerman on the scene.

Who Was Trayvon Martin?

Who was Trayvon Martin? For the police this became a question difficult to answer. Unfortunately Trayvon was unknown to anyone at the scene, surrounding residences, investigators, police, or any person available for contact within the community.

Completely understandable when you consider Trayvon lived in North Miami, and no-one within the gated Orlando community was familiar with him or where he was from.

It is important to remember that neither Trayvon’s father Tracy Martin, nor his father’s girlfriend were home within the community at the time of the shooting.

Hence the delay in police figuring out who this John Doe actually was.

ODD STUFF and “DeeDee” Appears

There is one odd Point of contention from the Martin family about a “supposed” phone call Trayvon made during the time Zimmerman was following him.

The call was reportedly to Trayvon’s girlfriend in Miami, who has, according to the Martin’s, completed an affidavit stating that Trayvon told her on the phone he was being followed.

Both Trayvon’s parents, and their attorney Benjamin Crump think this phone call is an important aspect because it shows George Zimmerman was “following” Trayvon Martin.

The family thinks it is so important they had the girlfriend swear an affidavit to that affect. However, something doesn’t smell right about this.  Why so sure?   Well lets take a look at how this “DeeDee” audio Witness information was revealed (note the dates).  R

Remember as you read this how much specificity from DeeDee is in Crump’s press conference  and compare it to the affidavit for cause the prosecution is using.

The following is a portion of a transcript from an a press conference held on Tuesday March 20th at 11:00am by attorney Benjamin Crump:

…We took another step in this — what has been a daily journey for the past three and a half weeks.

Mr. Martin, on Sunday evening [March 18th], was working with his cell phone account, trying to figure out Trayvon’s password.  And he looked on it, and he saw who the last person was that Trayvon Martin talked to while he was alive.

He called me late Sunday night and told me that he had called the young lady, and he told me, and I was just utterly shocked when he told me the time that they talked.  They had talked all that day, about 400 minutes, starting that morning to the afternoon.  Like many teenagers do, they talked on the phones.

And all his family and friends knew Trayvon would have his ear plugs in his ear and he would have his phone on the side of his pocket.  It was no different that day.  His father and mother talked about, a lot of times, they would wake up and he’ll be on the phone talking to his friends.

Well, what George Zimmerman said to the police about him being suspicious and up to no good is completely contradicted by this phone log, showing, all day, he was just talking to his friends.  And in fact, he was talking to this young lady when he went to the 7-11 and when he came back from the 7-11.  I’m going to get into that in detail because her testimony, her testimony that is shown on these phone logs, connects the dots.  Completely connects the dots of this whole thing.

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s really important to note, and you can follow along because we now have the 911 calls.  And we have Zimmerman’s call to the phone, the police dispatcher.  And you can follow audio, every account now.  Never, in any account, other than George Zimmerman, this neighborhood association loose cannon, does anybody say that Trayvon Martin was up to no good, that he seemed high or anything and in fact.

This young lady details it completely, the tone of the conversation and the nature of the conversation, and what was happening the last minutes of his life.       I will ask you — her parents does (ph) not in any way want to reveal her identity.  She is a minor.  Her parents are very worried about her.  She is traumatized over this.  This was her really, really close personal friend.  They were dating.

And so it’s a situation where to know that you were the last person to talk to the young man who you thought was one of the most special people in the world to you, and know that he got killed moments after he was talking to you, is just riveting to this young lady.

In fact, she couldn’t even go to his wake she was so sick.  Her mother had to take her to the hospital.  She spent the night in the hospital. She is traumatized beyond anything you could imagine.  And we all were teenagers, so we can imagine how that is when you think somebody’s really special, and you call it puppy love or whatever you want to call it.  Then suddenly and tragically, this is taken away and you have, unfortunately, a first-hand account of it.

So I will ask you again on behalf of the family and on behalf of the young lady’s family if you would please respect their privacy.  She is a minor.

Full Transcript Available HERE 

So as you can see from the narrative presented by Trayvon family attorney Ben Crump, the girl “DeeDee” was devastated.  DEVASTATED.  Yet she never once reached out to the family of Trayvon, not once.  She never called them, she never contacted them, she never went to the funeral, nothing.   Not until Tracy Martin contacted her sometime after his discovery on Sunday March 18th and prior to this press conference on Tuesday March 20th.    Think about that.   Trayvon died on February 26th.

In addition, just for those of you who have kids, especially teenagers.  If your son or daughter was friendly enough to be talking on the telephone for “400 minutes” on a Sunday, THAT”S 6 HOURS and 40 Minutes, IN.ONE.DAY. would YOU know them? 

Would you know a girl or boy that your 17 year old was THAT close too?  I’m thinking even the most disconnected absentee parent would know something about someone like that, no?

Yet on Tuesday (3-27) a week later on CNN Piers Morgan Show Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi was questioned about the case and some general aspects surrounding the ongoing investigation. During the conversation about wanting to get to the bottom of everything. Pam Bondi specifically stated that Trayvon’s girlfriend had previously been unwilling to cooperate with police.

Bondi stated she was hopeful that Trayvon’s girlfriend would now become more cooperative, because since the time of the initial early investigation, up to and including all subsequent inquiries, she has been unwilling to talk to police or provide records of the phone call. She had refused numerous times to be interviewed and would not provide a statement to police, nor allow herself to be interviewed even with legal representation.

As of Friday night March 30th according to Martin family attorney Benjamin Crump, Trayvon’s girlfriend still had not talked to police. She was refusing to give sworn testimony, or a sworn statement.

As of Monday night April 2nd, again according to Benjamin Crump, “DeeDee” still refused to cooperate with police.

As of Wednesday night April 4th, she is still refusing to be cooperative.

Then Viola’!!!  Sometime between April 4th and April 9th, according to the Huffington post, DeeDee talked to “federal” authorities. A brief summary of her statement is included in the affidavit for probable cause.

But wait a minute, THAT”S IT?  Half a sentence about DeeDee saying Trayvon was scared because he was being followed?   THAT’S IT?    No mention of DeeDee hearing the confrontation.  No mention of DeeDee noting their voices.  The States Attorney Affidavit has no mention of ANYTHING outlined by Ben Crump in his press conference on March 20th.

Don’t you think the prosecutor would have listed the witness who overheard the confrontation?   [[[IF SHE TOLD THEM THAT — THEY WOULD HAVE]]]    Why would DeeDee have one specific account for  Trayvon family and attorneys, and a far more watered down version of events for the States Attorney et al?

Doomed To Repeat History?

Also an excerpt from the Huffington Post

Attorneys for Martin’s family said it wasn’t until weeks later, when Tracy Martin, Trayvon’s father, was looking through the teen’s cell phone bill that he noticed the timing of the last call. [we now know this discovery to be 3/18] The family and their attorneys then contacted Trayvon’s girlfriend and heard her account of the night. Lawyer Benjamin Crump, who represents the family, recorded an interview with the girl and provided it with Martin’s cell phone records to federal authorities, who by then had joined the investigation. […]

Federal agents and the special state prosecution team that took over the investigation have now interviewed the girl, the Martin family’s attorneys said. The police gave the results of their investigation to state attorney Norman Wolfinger, who withdrew from the case last month. The governor appointed another state attorney to take over.

Removing the obvious pro-Trayvon bias from the HuffPo piece, it leaves a weird couple of questions. If DeeDee knew someone was following Trayvon, and she heard a scuffle, and the phone go dead, then why would she NOT contact his parents or authorities? Indeed by all accounts and included in this AT piece the parents and DeeDee did not talk AT ALL until March 20th. By that time the national media was soon to showcase.

Also, why would Attorney Benjamin Crump wait to deliver the statement and phone records to “federal authorities”? We know the “Federal” Dept of Justice did not get involved until very late in March. Why wouldn’t Crump give this information to investigators immediately?

Think about this folks, don’t get caught in their quicksand of illogical inconsistencies and obfuscations. Simple questions they cannot, or will not answer, and the media is insufferably incompetent in asking.

Previously I pondered what was causing the delay for DeeDee to talk?. – Could it be because they cannot accept any sworn statement for use against Zimmerman, from a person not willing to testify? Or, perhaps, DeeDee is “unable” to give a sworn official statement, or testify, for fear of perjurous implications..?

Zimmerman’s defense team must have an opportunity to question any witness “if” Zimmerman is indicted by this type of evidence provided to a Grand Jury. Maybe that’s part of the reason for not using a Grand Jury? No Grand Jury = No DeeDee evidence. No DeeDee evidence = No discovery divulgences….

Why won’t the media challenge all, or any, of the Trayvon family lawyers about this?

Could it be the family was trying to establish a case in any other manner than to put DeeDee into the mix? Perhaps DeeDee is in a similar position to Tawana Brawley?

You might remember in the Brawley case, again with Al Sharpton, Brawley was not permitted to give a sworn statement, or sworn testimony to the grand jury. And dismissed every attempt at supeona even to the extent she left the state of New York and moved to Virginia.

However, I’m not sure why this phone call is even a point of contention, other than the aspect she “claims” to have overheard the initial confrontation. Key word “claims“.

I say claims because the actual substantive factually known information totally contradicts her statement; and the Defense attorney, Mark O’Mara would have a really easy time deconstructing her narrative. It just doesn’t match up.

Again, neither the police, nor Zimmerman dispute the fact Trayvon was being followed by Zimmerman. If anything it leads further credibility to Zimmerman’s explanation of events.

However, again I note while the parents of Trayvon were stating since mid March they were in possession of a sworn affidavit from the girlfriend, DeeDee, she never allowed herself to swear the same to police or law enforcement until sometime after April 4th.

Was the delay because contingencies were being made to avoid a Grand Jury and thereby provide a measure of “cover” or “immunity” for DeeDee.? Was the decision NOT to use the Grand Jury part of the reason DeeDee then gave a statement?  Look at the timing, coincidental? When you look at the description of the statement in the affidavit for probable cause it is very vague and disingenuous. Nowhere near as specific as Parks and Crump et al claimed it was.

Is she only used to create the probable cause aspect, and yet will not be used in further proceedings to avoid cross examination or query? If her statements are not used at trial, then she doesn’t need to testify or be challenged. Think about it.

Perhaps even more alarmingly, if she’s being truthful, this aspect does bring up a general common sense question:

“If” this phone call was actually taking place during part of the time Zimmerman was following Trayvon, and if Trayvon told his girlfriend that someone was following him, and if she heard the initial confrontation and the phone going dead, then why wasn’t anyone worried or looking for Trayvon when he didn’t show up or come home.? If anything this bit of information makes it even more odd that Mom, Dad, or Trayvon’s girlfriend, Brandy, were not worried even more about where he was.

Even after she found out he was dead she never contacted anyone to tell them about the phone call. Not even his mom or dad. THEY TALKED FOR ALMOST 7 HOURS on the day he died.   Does it make sense she wouldn’t call someone? Not until “Tracy Martin” contacted her, well over 2 weeks after Trayvon’s death, did she even talk to Trayvon’s family. Think about that.

Was there a phone call? According to Tracy Martin the phone records show there was, but what did this girl hear? And if she did hear what she said she heard, then why wouldn’t she contact someone, anyone, in the family. Or the police, or give them an immediate statement. She never even attended funeral services. Is this adding up to you?

The Arrest

Let there be no doubt the decision to charge George Zimmerman with 2nd Degree Murder is a political decision first, and a legal decision second.

The Politics

There will no doubt be those who would naively state politics was not part of the legal consideration and decision. That is a ridiculously disingenuous position. Angela Corey is an ELECTED official. Get that. ELECTED. So yes politics are inherently woven into the decisions of highly public cases. Politics, and the politicians who engage in it, are tied at the hip to being swayed by public opinion. It doesn’t matter the legal profession of the politician, they are a politician first and a lawyer second.

The Announcement

The primary person missing from the highly public announcement was Joe Friday who was desperately needed to state “just the facts ma’am”. Obviously special prosecutor Angela Corey was as concerned about the “optics” of her decision, as she was the substance. One does not need to be highly in tune to the body politic to witness and understand the announcement was filled with “feeling” over “fact”. Ms. Corey did a masterful job in attaching a specifically intentional emotion factor with specific use of verbage to connect her decision to emotion over logic.

When you watch the professional political class engage in intentional electorate connection it can appear insufferably self-serving. This was definitely the case with Angela Corey.

The Motivation for Charge

Against the shere weight of the political pressure, and with forethought for outcome, she chose to prosecute George Zimmerman with the absolute maximum charge. One charge. Second Degree Murder. She threw the book at him.

Was this a smart decision? Legally – no. Politically – heck yeah.

Remember she provided ONE CHARGE. Just one. So Zimmerman only has to defeat one charge and defend himself against one charge. (Setting aside the possibility of pleading the case down to a lesser charge)

Was this legally smart? No, ….. but remember this is about politics not legality.

2nd Degree Murder defined by Florida Statute 782.04:

The unlawful killing of a human being, when perpetrated by any act imminently dangerous to another and evincing a depraved mind regardless of human life, although without any premeditated design to effect the death of any particular individual.

This is murder in the second degree and constitutes a felony of the first degree, punishable by imprisonment for a term of years not exceeding life or as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.

Looking at the charge you understand the delay. “The unlawful killing of a human being” – this is the first hurdle, and the hurdle the investigators have spent the past 6 weeks reviewing. Was the killing “unlawful”, or was George Zimmerman acting in “self-defense”. Remember self-defense is only applicable in 2nd Degree cases. Obviously, after gathering all the facts the special prosecutor Angela Corey felt the killing was unlawful. But as we have previously outlined the “immunity defense” will strike at the heart of this single biggest issue.

In Florida, after charges are filed a preliminary hearing with a judge is allowed where the defendant (Zimmerman) can initiate the immunity statute and protect himself from prosecution. If a judge finds Zimmermans actions justified, and agrees the immunity statute applies, against the weight of the evidence against him the entire case can be dismissed. Remember, there is only one charge, 2nd Degree Murder .

Immunity Statute: 776.032

(1) A person who uses force as permitted in s. 776.012, s. 776.013, or s. 776.031 is justified in using such force and is immune from criminal prosecution and civil action for the use of such force, unless the person against whom force was used is a law enforcement officer, as defined in s. 943.10(14), who was acting in the performance of his or her official duties and the officer identified himself or herself in accordance with any applicable law or the person using force knew or reasonably should have known that the person was a law enforcement officer. As used in this subsection, the term “criminal prosecution” includes arresting, detaining in custody, and charging or prosecuting the defendant.

(2) A law enforcement agency may use standard procedures for investigating the use of force as described in subsection (1), but the agency may not arrest the person for using force unless it determines that there is probable cause that the force that was used was unlawful.

(3) The court shall award reasonable attorney’s fees, court costs, compensation for loss of income, and all expenses incurred by the defendant in defense of any civil action brought by a plaintiff if the court finds that the defendant is immune from prosecution as provided in subsection (1).

So the very first legal test will be one of immunity. Was the killing indeed “unlawful” as the prosecutor claims?

The law continues:

…….when perpetrated by any act imminently dangerous to another……

So in this aspect the prosecutor is going to have to prove that Zimmerman took specific action that was eminently dangerous to another. Here is where the “did Zimmerman initiate contact” question comes in to play. Did Zimmerman’s action of getting out of his car and following Trayvon constitute an “eminently dangerous act”? Obviously Angela Corey thinks so.

But again, this is a big hurdle in this case. To find such actions imminently dangerous is to state that a lawful citizen while inside their own community, is acting recklessly by identifying a suspicious person, and even though on the phone with police is watching their movements. Big legal hurdle.

Next hurdle:

…………. and evincing a depraved mind regardless of human life…..

This one is even more challenging. Here is where the question of “what was Zimmerman’s mindset at the time” comes into play. This is also where his specific wording while on the phone with 911 operator will be used. Did he say “fucking Coons, or Goons, or Cold, or …”? And is it reasonable to state that such an emotional statement is enough to convince a jury that Zimmerman was of a “depraved mindset” evidencing of an aggressive indifference to his conduct.?

What would a reasonable person do, or say, in the same, or similar, circumstances? Obviously Ms. Corey feels she can convince a jury that Zimmerman was “depraved” at the time. Really big hurdle considering his open, voluntary and unrepresented cooperation with police, and combined with testimonials from others within the community who support Zimmerman.


…although without any premeditated design to effect the death of any particular individual..

This is the key aspect that diminishes Murder in the first degree, to Murder in the second degree. The absence of forethought, or premeditation. This is obvious because Zimmerman was actually the one who initiated contact with police by dialing for assistance. It would be impossible to prove he had specifically set about that evening to track down Trayvon Martin and kill him. He didn’t.

Summary: Unless there is profound contrary evidence within toxicology, coroners reports, physical evidence, forensics and testimonies than are already known, Zimmerman has a really strong case to defend himself.

Additionally, if, as currently suspected, there is little chance of a conviction, then it is reasonable to state that Ms. Angela Corey has intentionally lit the powder keg of racial division for a summer of riots following a non-guilty verdict.

….. and who does that help?

For the prosecutor, Angela Covey, to embrace the Martin family attorneys with thanks at the press conference, and for AG Eric Holder verbally to praise Sharpton today, tells me that a case which should be about facts of who did what to whom is going to turn into an even bigger racial narrative for a variety of purposes which have nothing to do with the guilt or innocence of the accused. – Prof Jacobson

The Affidavit For Probable Cause

It is a violation of legal prosecutorial ethics, and legal ethical standards, for a prosecutor to overcharge a case specifically with the intention of coercing the defendant to accept a lower charge plea.

Justice Requires The charge MUST ethically be based on justifiable facts.

Anyone who doubts the severe and radical political agenda(s) behind the Trayvon Martin shooting, and the subsequent State of Florida V. George Zimmerman case, is just being intellectually dishonest. We have outlined many of the agendas HERE, and HERE, and HERE. Other people have also recognized the agenda’s HERE.

We have even outlined the prosecutorial challenges and evidenced the over-charging of the case HERE.

Now we’ve had the time to digest the actual affidavit of Probable Cause, and weigh the State attorney statements against her filings, we can even more clearly see the agenda behind the short-sighted, and highly political, decision of Angela Corey.

Indeed as an insightful comment in the prior thread highlights some really troubling considerations behind the actions and statements of Special Prosecutor Angela Corey. All of which provides compounding evidence showcasing a political decision, not a legal one. As Stella points out from a Fox Orlando interview this seemingly innocuous statement is highly revealing:

Special prosecutor Angela Corey says she never promised Trayvon Martin’s parents that criminal charges would be brought against the neighborhood watch volunteer who fatally shot their 17-year-old son.

She [Corey] even says they talked about what they could do in case criminal charges were not filed against George Zimmerman. That conversation was put to rest Wednesday, when Corey announced second-degree murder charges against Zimmerman. (article)

The States Attorney has a legal and ethical responsibility to search for the truth and the facts, this does not include considering what ulterior avenues might be possible if the facts or truth do not provide sufficient credible weight for criminal prosecution.

Obviously Angela Corey was highly considerate for the “optics”, and potential “outcomes” of a non-charge determination. This mindset should never be present when objectivity in prosecutorial discretion becomes the highest value moral commodity. After all, a man’s liberty is at stake. To unjustly prosecute George Zimmerman is to compound the tragedy.

Is this DeeDee the girlfriend? This is a recent picture which highlights some aspects to the case. Trayvon’s height is evident when compared to the doorway just behind him. The doorway is 7 feet high so obviously Trayvon is considerably taller than 6 feet even considering the shot angle. Also this validates the weight of Trayvon to be at least 160 lbs.

Looking into the probable cause affidavit, the increasing manipulation becomes even more evident. It is important to remember and understand the legal statutory “hurdles” that must be overcome for any legal indictment.

There are essentially FOUR statutory hurdles for Homicide Murder One:

      1. The unlawful killing of a human being…
      2. Perpetrated by any act imminently dangerous to another…
      3. Evincing a depraved mind regardless of human life…
      4. With a premeditated design to effect the death of any particular individual.

There are THREE statutory hurdles for Homicide Murder Two:

      1. The unlawful killing of a human being…
      2. Perpetrated by any act imminently dangerous to another…
      3. Evincing a depraved mind regardless of human life…

The difference between Murder-One, and Murder-Two is the absence of premeditation, or what is also called “Malice of Forethought”.

The Probable Cause Affidavit (below) for Second Degree Murder must specifically highlight each of the three hurdles, and show what illegal actions the defendant has taken to prove each point the hurdle is crossed in the probable cause for the charge. In the case of George Zimmerman the State’s Attorney Angela Corey is using the following wording to prove cause:

Hurdle One “The unlawful killing – Both parties admit that Trayvon Martin was killed by the action of George Zimmerman. So this affidavit of cause has to prove that George Zimmerman was NOT acting in self-defense, and that his actions, specifically shooting Trayvon Martin, were unlawful. The immunity hearing will cut directly to the heart of this matter. But in a larger sense there is nothing within the Affidavit of Probable Cause which outlines this with specificity.

This is the hurdle or aspect Alan Derschowitz states is unethically and irresponsibly not evident.

Hurdle Two “Perpetrated by any act imminently dangerous to another – We are to take from this affidavit the prosecutor is stating the phrase(s) “Zimmerman got out of his truck” and “Zimmerman disregarded the police officer and continued to follow“, as evidence of an action imminently dangerous. Yet there is no evidence within the police transcript of the call to validate or evidence such actions took place.

To the contrary, Zimmerman claims, and is heard upon the 911 call to have said “ok” and not continued to follow Trayvon Martin. Again, the affidavit does not “prove” he disregarded the police officers instruction, it merely states their opinion he did. Remember this is supposed to reflect “probable cause” there must be some evidence to show or prove the assertion of the claim from the prosecutor. It is not present.

The third hurdle “Evincing a depraved mind regardless of human life – This is the one hurdle most disingenuously, and quite possibly unethically proven. The affidavit attempts to prove this “mindset” with the following phrase(s): “he [Trayvon] was profiled by Zimmerman“, and “Zimmerman felt Martin did not belong in the community“, “Zimmerman stated “these assholes” and “they always get away”“.

If the prosecutor wanted to include the witness account via phone “DeeDee”. which she included in the affidavit with a summary of her statement, then the prosecutor is legally and ethically bound to provide the actual substantive statement from DeeDee to authorities to back it up. It is not good enough in the affidavit of probable cause to state what your opinion is of what she said. Again, this was a point of contention for Alan Dershowitz, and quite valid.

Here is where it gets really odd. What is more interestingly included is actually the evidence for the fourth hurdle which they did not charge nor take to a Grand Jury. The affidavit provides a reasonable attempt at proving “malice of forethought” or statutorally speaking “a premeditated design to effect the death of any particular individual”.

How? Well this is where they have outlined the phrase “he was profiled by George Zimmerman“. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. Why would you include language to tackle the premeditation hurdle if you never intended to attempt charges using it.?

One might argue, and it would reasonably be inferred, this affidavit was constructed to present probable cause for a First Degree Murder charge. Yet a Grand Jury was never seated.

Why? Because there is not a shred of justifiable proof, or evidence, that Zimmerman did indeed “profile” Trayvon Martin. To the contrary if you look at the 911 transcript for the reason Zimmerman made the call you find this:

Dispatcher: Sanford Police Department. …

Zimmerman: Hey we’ve had some break-ins in my neighborhood, and there’s a real suspicious guy, uh, [near] Retreat View Circle, um, 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. It’s raining and he’s just walking around, looking about.

What exactly is Zimmerman profiling here?

“A real suspicious guy”, “This guy looks like he’s up to no good”, “It’s raining and he’s just walking around, looking about”.

Does that sound like any kind of illegal profiling? That sounds like describing exactly what anyone might be leery of witnessing within their neighborhood. What exactly is wrong with that, and why would that be considered profiling?

What evidence is there of profiling, and more importantly quizzical, if you are not charging First Degree Murder why include language to prove “premeditation” when it’s not being charged?

I strongly agree with Alan Dershowitz’s opinion that any reasonable attorney is going to be able to get this case thrown out, or at least suspended, until such time as the prosecutor is going to actually provide a “proof of probable cause” document that actually proves “probable cause” for Second Degree Murder.

This one certainly does not.

Mark Levin weighs in with his opinion HERE

NRO’s Andrew McCarthy has an exceptional summary HERE

Alan Dershowitz provides his opinion HERE

There are two obvious and really tragic aspects to his death. One is the shooting, and a life cut so short.

But with a full measure of brutal honestly, another is the culpability of his non-engaged parents in creating a morally undisciplined teenager.

Their visible outrage now showcased in the media is understandable given their grief. But perhaps a dose of guilt is intertwined.

Apparently it should be.

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67 Responses to Update #9 – Trayvon Martin Shooting Case – Latest Developments

  1. carmend101 says:

    This case is all about LIES and MONEY!!!


  2. griz1234 says:

    “The TSA wants to control people.”

    Actually, I think the folks in the TSA just want to collect a nice paycheck for work which requires little effort and less education.

    The PURPOSE of the TSA is “security theater.” It exists so that when the next attack occurs politicians can stand up in front of the cameras and claim everything that could be done, was done. It’s just like patent medicine a hundred years ago needed to taste icky… Something that bad must be good for you. And, when some obese goon with a room temperature IQ gropes your junk, you know it’s for your own good, right?

    Of course, in the minds of the statists that form up the self-appointed liberal “elite”, training people to routinely suffer personal indignity and loss of privacy at the hands of the state is a nice side benefit.


    • barnslayer says:

      Sounds like control to me with a heaping helping of uselessness on the side. Throw in some outrage for all the talk about not checking moslems wearing duffle bags.


      • griz1234 says:

        It’s their culture to slaughter the infidel for the pleasure of Allah and his right-hand man Mo’ (PBUH) and to earn those 72 virgins or raisins or whatever.

        What kind of culturally insensitive barbarian are you to even suggest racist profiling that would interfere with the free exercise of the sacraments of the Religion of Peace(tm)


        • WeeWeed says:

          Yas spelt that wrong. It’s “Piece.” The Religion of Pieces. Jus’ sayin.’ ADD: And welcome, Griz!😀


          • griz1234 says:

            Is it wrong of me to see “Religion of Pieces” and think of Achmed the Dead Terrorist and Jeff Dunham? Is it even more wrong that the next thing I thought of was a picture I saw of an “insurgent” whose head had an argument with a .50 BMG sniper rifle, and lost?


        • barnslayer says:

          It works for the Israelis. They profile and interview at the airports. We can’t do that because it would require us to admit islam is the enemy.


          • WeeWeed says:

            THEIR border fence works, too.


            • griz1234 says:


              Because they actually BUILT it.

              And because if you try to cross it bearing arms, they shoot you.

              Liberals are so big on nuance, when they’re talking about getting blown in the Oval Office, using 30 times your share of energy and flying on private jets while preaching about Glowbull Wormening, etc. … But they seem incapable of understanding the difference between a wall to keep people in and one designed to keep terrorists out.

              Of course, the Lib’tards learning that sort of nuance is about as likely as the “Palestinians” learning that when you want a nation of your own:

              A) If you START a war, you need to WIN a war
              B) When you lose a war, expect to lose territory, not gain it
              C) When, after losing multiple wars, you are offered a nation of your own on a silver platter, going home in a snit and lobbing rockets at innocent civilians is going to be counterproductive
              D) “Victory or Death!” is a fine slogan, but not when you’re picking a fight with a nation equipped with modern weapon systems and NUCLEAR WEAPONS… and you have AK-47s, RPGs, old Russian mortars, and whatever else Achmed can bork together in his garage.
              E) The only thing worse than having the Lib’tards against you, is having them support you.


  3. from Joan of Argghh!:

    Eight Minutes You Missed: George Zimmerman’s Former Lawyer’s Press Conference



  4. Reuters finally catches up to stuff we knew a while back:

    Trayvon Martin’s killer showed signs of injury: neighbors


    Note how they frame the headline. Zimmerman is a “killer”. Technically true, but the fact that he may have acted in self-defense is buried in the article.


    • minpin says:

      Patriot- There was an article earlier linked here where one of Zimmerman’s neighbors said he saw Zimmerman the day after the shooting and that he was “banged up pretty bad.” He said he had bandages on his nose and head, and that he had lumps on his face. Anyone with any sense knows that it takes a while for swelling to occur. Zimmerman was treated at the scene, and stayed there in the police car for a few hours until he was brought to the station. Within those few hours the EMT’s would have stopped any bleeding from the injuries.


    • tara says:

      His brother or friend said that he’d gone to see a doctor the next day. Evidence of that visit will be crucial. The doctor will have noted all of his injuries and also his mental state. I mention the latter because Team Skittles loves to claim that GZ was totally nonchalant in those police videos. I have no doubt GZ was actually shell-shocked, and I’ll bet the medical records support that.


  5. minpin says:

    I understand that Trayvon Martin’s arrest records would have been sealed because he is a juvinile, if he was ever arrested. Martin was suspended from school because he was caught with a baggie with pot residue, and a pot pipe. From what I just read, you can be arrested in Fla. just for having drug paraphanila (sp), even if you don’t have any drugs. So was Martin arrested for that offense, as well as being suspended from school?

    Martin was caught with a dozen pieces of ladies jewelry, including some with diamonds, and wristwatches. He said that a friend gave the items to him. He was never pressed for the name of the friend. The items were confiscated, and he was suspended from school. Does anyone know if those items were ever identified as stolen? Why was he not pressed for more information as to how he obtained that jewelry?

    If Martin was not arrested for the pot pipe, why not? Who pulled those strings for him if he was not arrested? Other’s have been for the same offense.

    I’ve read that Martin’s mother works for the Miami-Dade Housing Authority. Did she pull some strings for her son?


    • He was not arrested for the pot pipe or baggie, only suspended from school. The police were contacted regarding the jewelry and given pictures earlier, but no victim could be identified. The “friend” it supposedly came from denied any involvement in the jewelry.


    • carmend101 says:

      Did mommy dearest pull some strings for her son…..MOST LIKELY!!!!!!


  6. First of all I want to make a statement right here, right now! SD, you have done a fantastic job of covering this. Your review and insight on this whole case has been awesome. I also applaud your ability to see into this and put white on black.
    I would really like to see where these people’s money comes from. I mean the mom, dad and the GF seem to have a sorce of income. Expose this as I would like to know more on the motives. The facts is what we will have to deal with nad not the emotions of it. It is hard to seperate the two at times but you have done a pretty darn good job here as well.
    Question, can they use any of the information that was obtained, that we know about, from a minor in court? I thought most information concerning a minor is usually sealed. I understand the leaking but was just curious if it is admisable in court?
    The other thing that I really worry about is George staying alive. It would just be so convienent cor him to die and this go down in History as they presented it. George staying alive has to be a major concern for the “truth” to not be covered up.
    Why doesn’t the FBI arrest the black panthers who are making the “dead or alive” wanted posters? Isn’t that or shouldn’t that be a federal case?


    • Yes, they can AND SHOULD use the information provided by DeeDee in the prosecution at trial, especially because they have listed her statement in the affidavit for probable cause. HOWEVER, as I have stated from the outset, I doubt they will; AND the absence of which will speak loudly.

      The construct of the Trayvon family version of events is DEPENDENT on DeeDee, but you’ll note how disengenuous it is in the OFFICIAL VERSION. Why? Because, more than likely, it was merely a publicity ploy fraught with manipulative nuance and spin to give credibility to the false case. I doubt the Ben Crump version is anywhere in the realm of actual reality…. DeeDee is Tawana Brawley 2.0.


    • griz1234 says:

      I second that accolade for SD! I first discovered this site around update 6, and I’ve yet to find another source that has the whole episode as clearly outlined, both what we know and what we DON’T.

      Now, if we could just find a way to improve the reading comprehension of the frothing racist lib’tards that are distorting and pre-judging the Trayvon/Zimmerman shooting… Since the public schools evidently could not! (Probably to busy indoctrinating kids in how “sharing is caring” and how all the cool kids are Marxists.)


      • tara says:

        This is THE site to come to for real factual information about this incident!! sundancer, you continue to astound me with your tenacity and ability to dig up obscure (or obscured, by the media) info. I hope that Mark O’Mara is reading!


  7. Aussie says:

    There is a fatal flaw in the Crump statement, and it goes back to the picture of the alleged phone account.

    I still think that the document is fake. I am not convinced that DeeDee had that conversation and I think that she has been told what to say. Her silence for a month speaks volumes, but what is also patently obvious is that someone added information to that phone account.

    Crump mentions “the 911 calls” but it is not easy to understand whether or not he is referring to the calls from the neighbours or whether in fact he is referring to the one the family claim was made by Martin. That call never happened. It is a lie. Look closely at the picture because the date of the call is the 3rd of March.

    On top of that we see only a small portion of that phone record. It would be easy for them to do a photoshop,,,, these are Democrats, liars and thieves.


    • griz1234 says:

      “Democrats, liars and thieves”

      The Department of Redundancy Department gives this phrase it’s stamp of approval stamp.


  8. carmend101 says:

    People this whole case is a LIE….NOTHING more….just to extract M-O-N-E-Y and they don’t care for true “justice” and who they hurt…..!!!!!


  9. garnette says:

    In regards to the phone record, I can’t believe that there is such little information on the page, yet repeated information regarding what type of call it is. I haven’t looked at a cell phone call report in a long time, but I would think it would be a long list of numbers that are spaced very closely together. If kids are spending that much time on the phone, then the report would be hundreds of pages long if there are only 3 to 5 calls per page.

    I was going to make a sexist comment about a guy spending 6 hours on the phone in one day, when something dawned on me. Let’s take Dee Dee at her word for a minute and that what she reported was accurate. Think about Trayvon’s life. He was living on the edge and slowly getting into more and more trouble. What if he knew there was a reason that someone may be following him and not just because he was acting suspicious? Granted, that is even more of a reason for him to run home rather than to confront the man. However, it would also explain why he decided to confront Zimmerman and attack him. Could it have been a case of mistaken identity on his part in that he knew there was a reason some guy maybe following him, but didn’t know that a man might just want to protect his neighborhood by keeping an eye out anything out of the norm. I know this is a lot of subjective, but it explains why Trayvon would decide to attack Zimmerman out of the blue and want to get an upper hand in the fight. It also may explain why Dee Dee was so upset and it may also explain why she didn’t reach out to the family or police because she was afraid. Unfortunately, I don’t think she is being honest about why he was afraid someone was following him.


    • griz1234 says:

      Regarding why Trayvon would have have committed an unprovoked attack on Zimmerman, you might be over-analyzing. Judging by the comments I’ve seen on sites like CNN and the LA Times, we’re dealing with a group of people who think that it’s perfectly reasonable to respond to someone following you and/or asking what you’re up to by chimping out and physically attacking them.

      We are dealing with people that are offended at the idea that a stranger, at night, in the rain, in a gated community was “profiled.” It doesn’t matter to them whether or not Trayvon was out for skittles and tea, or E and Pot. It doesn’t matter to them if Zimmerman confronted him, or was returning to his vehicle when Trayvon confronted him. They won’t even care if it turns out that Trayvon had a prybar and some stolen jewelry in the pockets of his now-famous hoodie.

      We are dealing with a culture that has sympathy for the criminal, not the victim. That identifies with those that are tearing at society’s fabric, not those that are trying to mend it. That projects motivations of racism, hatred and greed on members of other races… without having the integrity or introspection to realize that assuming that others are racist merely because they are of a different race IS itself racist. That has such a profound sense of entitlement and victimhood that they feel no shame at their own hypocritical racism, hatred, and greed.

      Calypso Louie, the New Black Panthers, etc., want a race war? They’d better hope they don’t get their wish.


      • barnslayer says:

        The liberal mind can never let things alone. Once slavery was ended and blacks were given equal rights that should have been the end of it. Instead the liberals kept trying to make up for the past and that is a fools errand. Forgive the analogy but you cannot adopt an abused dog and then spoil it to make up for it’s past abuse. You just end up with an unhappy dog that is undisciplined and a possible danger to others.


      • garnette says:

        I probably was over analyzing a bit, but you said what I was edging toward, which is that we have to remember the environment that Trayvon was living and what his point of view and how he responds to things is very different than the way many people think and respond.


        • tara says:

          We also have to remember that he lives in Florida and he knows that people can carry guns and use them to defend themselves. He was 17, not a baby.


      • tara says:

        “They won’t even care if Trayvon had a prybar and some stolen jewelry”. You’re absolutely right. Team Skittles tried and convicted George Zimmerman as soon as they knew, I mean THOUGHT, that he’s a white guy and Trayvon is black. I think if GZ were full-blooded Mexican there wouldn’t have been as much outrage. And if GZ were black this would be a total non-issue, just another black on black crime to be ignored like all of the others.

        They want a race war. That’s exactly what they want.


  10. Col. Korn says:

    My Dear Comrades,

    In the Book, “To Kill a Mockingbird”, a Negro is almost railroaded on a false murder charge by a community that dispite the lack of evidence is convinced that the man is guilty. The TM/GZ case is the racial opposite of that but rings true on almost all points. It bears re-reading and clues us in as to how much we are being mislead by those in authority or who have politically motivated agendas.

    Your Ovt. Svt.
    Col. Korn,
    Chief O” Mayhem in the Great WW-2 (And the Cold War),
    Now Chief O” Security, Sanitation and the Complaint Dept.
    OXOjamm Studios.


  11. tara says:

    That sloppy affadavit, which looks like it was written by a 7th grader, drives me crazy. Notice how they conveniently omitted the part about Dee Dee hearing Trayvon say something to George first, and then George responded. That PROVES that Trayvon approached George, not the other way around. Also, they twist the truth by claiming that George followed Trayvon “through the complex” (check the map, Trayvon had to run at George first to get past him!) and also by claiming that Trayvon “attempted to run home” when in fact he ran straight for the back entrance instead of running to Brandy’s apartment. Worst, as legal analysts have pointed out, suddenly there’s a shift to the passive voice, “a struggle ensued”. Damn, this is the biggest and most important part of the affadavit, we’re supposed to have a reason to think that George actually murdered Trayvon, WITH INTENT! But we have no idea what happened during that struggle and the stupid worthless affadavit doesn’t provide any clues. Who wrote that thing? Is that from the pen of Angela Corey? If so, someone needs to take her law license away from her, because she’s an idiot.


  12. John McLachlan says:

    It has been reported that Zimmerman had previously reported to the police, persons, whom he regarded as suspicious. It has also been reported that he had previously contributed to the arrest of at least one burglar. For this he had allegedly been praised.

    On those previous occasions when he reported suspicious characters, did he make any effort to follow them? If so, did he deliberately confront them or did he merely maintain contact, by following them, until the police were able to pursue them?

    If the previous occasions of his reporting suspicious characters to the police had included any attempts to follow or confront these suspicious characters, would the police have been aware of this?

    Would the police have determined if following or if confronting suspicious characters was inapproriate behaviour for a neighbourhood watch captain and advised Zimmerman, accordingly?

    If the police had been aware that Zimmerman was in the habit of following people that he deemed to be suspicious characters, would they not have explicitly stated to him that he was to refrain from doing so in the future, if following, in itself, was improper.

    Did Zimmerman have a history of disregarding advice by the police, about the proper behaviour of a neighbourhood watch or was his behaviour, hitherto, within the bounds of acceptable behaviour?

    The occasion of Zimmerman and Martin meeting, with its tragic consequences, may have been either a deliberate confrontation upon the part of Zimmerman or upon the part of Martin or it may have been just happenstance.

    Although its consequences were unprecedented, perhaps before the actual encounter with Martin, Zimmerman thought that the incident would be no different in outcome from previous seemingly similar occasions which had no tragic outcome and which earned him praise.

    Surely, he must have profiled previous suspects, before reporting them to the police. If so, was he criticized for profiling? Perhaps he reported people to the police without profiling them. In that case, would he not have reported everyone he saw?

    The depraved mind, depicted in the affidavit, would surely be reflected in Zimmerman’s previous behaviour. It would be unlikely to develop so quickly, towards someone with whom he was so unfamiliar, unless he had previously followed and confronted other suspicious characters, in such a manner that physical altercations might probably result.

    If these had happened while he was not carrying a gun, would the end result have been someone being physically assaulted, but probably not killed?

    Are the police aware of any previous occasions, where Zimmerman’s behaviour would be likely to have produced such a tragic outcome, if fortune had been less favourable?


    • John Galt says:

      Nice, long, irrelevant post. Classic though: If the facts are against you, argue the law. If the facts and law are against you, talk about something else.

      “The depraved mind, depicted in the affidavit” You are making stuff up. There is nothing about “depraved mind” in the affidavit and it may be tossed for that, and other reasons.


      Relevant issues:
      (1) who made first physical contact starting the fight? is there sufficient evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Zimmerman made first physical contact starting the fight?
      (2) did Zimmerman reasonably fear death or great bodily harm at the time he shot Trayvon?
      (3) If Zimmerman made the first physical contact starting the fight, did he express a desire to end the conflict before shooting Trayvon? (e.g. by screaming help, help, help)
      (4) If Zimmerman made the first physical contact starting the fight, does Florida law require Zimmerman to retreat in order to restore his right to use lethal force in self-defense where retreat is impossible? (e.g. when pinned down getting his head beaten against concrete)
      (5) is there evidence demonstrating that Zimmerman killed Trayvon by an act demonstrating a depraved mind as required by Florida’s 2nd degree murder statute?


    • Aussie says:

      There was no need for a confrontation. It was initiated by TM… end of story. TM used his fists. He was not unarmed.


    • Aussie says:

      the gun was in the holster. It is irrelevant from the point of view that there really was no intent to kill anybody.

      With all of those questions you seem too stupid to recognize that if Zimmerman was intending to confront and kill TM then why the hell did he call the police line!!!!!


    • bill says:

      In the words of one sanford investigator (probably the lead investigator) he told Tracy Martin thAT George Zimmerman was squeaky clean’. I don’t think he would have said that if they thought zimmerman was a loose cannon. But maybe the police are racist like big AL Sharpton insinuates.


  13. John Galt says:

    There is now a third trademark application for JUSTICE FOR TRAYVON MARTIN FOUNDATION
    filed April 6, 2012 SN 85591124 for charitable fundraising
    Which is Crump’s address, and yes, they want money. https://www.wepay.com/donations/3819


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  16. Tom Thumb says:

    Does anybody know if family members of the Martin family have criminal records? I especially wonder about the criminal history of his father Tracy. I can’t seem to find anything and the liberal media would be certain to report nothing on it.


  17. gisselle says:

    what they did to trayvon martin was unfair.!!!! he didnt do anything. the man that killed him should have life in prison. his excuse for killin trayvon was just stupid.!!!!! i want justice….


  18. Tom Thumb says:


    You just want to lynch the guy (ie “life in prison”) and then find a law to justify what you want and have the audacity to call it “justice.” We don’t lynch people here in the U.S.A. any longer, so you’re out of luck. The rule of law will have to decide if Zimmerman is guilty of anything and once that is determined the appropriate punishment given. Ya’ll can be hating on this guy all you want but ultimately we won’t let a raging mob decide “justice.” Remember the Duke lacrosse rape fiasco and all the talking heads, Black Panthers and African American community at large screaming bloody murder and demanding “justice”? That victim btw is now in jail for mudering somebody. What about “justice” for those wrongly accused nice White college boys?

    In short we’ve heard all the banter before and will hear it again. People want to make their own narrative out of this tragedy to suit their own political agendas as much as they want to make Trayvon a squeaky clean martyr.

    I’ll let the courts decide.


    • Col. Korn says:

      My Dear Comrades,


      Your Obt. Svt.
      Col. Korn,
      Chief O” Mayhem in the Great WW-2 (And the Cold War)
      Now Chief O” Security, Sanitation (And the Complaint Dept.)
      OXOjamm Studios.


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  20. doug1111 says:

    Chuck Rudd has been fair. He’s also dug up tons of info. Sure he’s come to have strong opinions on Zimmerman’s self defense claim being valid as more info came in and he dug it up after this post.


    This conservative blogger has done a TON of digging and has analyzed the evidence in a very detail oriented fashion. Yes he’s come to view the evidence as being STRONGLY on the side of Zimmerman’s having acted in valid self defense but it’s based on tons of detailed weighing of the evidence. Much of his commentariat is more biased but they’re still mostly operating on detailed knowledge of the facts learned mostly at that site most likely. It’s nothing like the fact free of light or extremely selectively considered by all the blacks around here and a good number of far leftist whites here too. He like many of us has come to detest Crump as well, due to all the evident lying he’s been doing and stuff that sure looks like it is probably lying.



  21. skullnboner says:

    This case should be thrown out. The prosecutor should be brought before the bar. I seriously hope Zimmerman does go after the media, the professional race-baitors, the shyster ‘ambulance lawyers’ surrounding the Martins. The Martins themselves should have their lack of parenting skills and injudicious decisions over the tragic death of their son thrust back in their face. This kind of ‘Parade Justice’ has to be stopped cold.


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