Remember that “awkward” sideways look on Sybrina’s face when the reporter asked about the “button” Trayvon was wearing when he was shot, that was also visible in the 7-11 video.?
Treeper Shari – uncovered some very interesting aspect about Cory Craig Johnson that leads to a far greater understanding about “why” Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin have such a keen interest in the “Stand-Your-Ground” legislation.
Apparently this is something they have a vested interest in keeping hidden from public understanding or awareness.
The conflict of interest is so blatant it is no wonder why never divulged this to the media and are so awkward when questioned.
Cory Craig Johnson’s Father’s name is Archie Jerome Johnson. Here is a court case for a second degree murder conviction, in Florida, that was being appealed by a man named Archie Jerome Johnson, who appears to be Cory C Johnson’s father:
Archie Jerome JOHNSON, Appellant,
STATE of Florida, Appellee.
District Court of Appeal of Florida, Fourth District.
May 4, 1983.
Rehearing Denied June 29, 1983. <— irony)
Richard L. Jorandby, Public Defender, Margaret Good, Asst. Public Defender, and Albert Jackson, Legal Asst., West Palm Beach, for appellant.
Jim Smith, Atty. Gen., Tallahassee, and Max Rudmann, Asst. Atty. Gen., West Palm Beach, for appellee.
Archie Jerome Johnson killed a man in his apartment and is claiming that he was entitled to meet force with force (Stand Your Ground). Johnson VS State of Florida. Apparently, Archie Jerome Johnson was denied this defense.
This goes a long way toward explaining the historical motive behind the Fulton/Martin approach at Stand Your Ground. In the very least their attachment to this case should have been revealed to any/all interested parties who value objectivity in opinion.
We need to do some more research on this to fully connect the dots. Can you help?
Also note that Tracy Martin, Trayvon’s dad, from East Saint Louis, is virtually impossible to find any history about. The guy is almost a ghost. Very little about him is known
Skip to the 04:45 mark for the “button conversation”
Miami Times Obituary Cory Craig Johnson (1971 – 2008)