While we are still waiting for the toxicology reports, lets discuss….
WHY THE FUNERAL DIRECTOR LIED
A WFTV report shows some aspects of the autopsy performed on Trayvon Martin. FULL AUTOPSY REPORT HERE – The autopsy revealed bruising and cuts to the hands of Trayvon Martin consistent with the statements and accounts of George Zimmerman. The autopsy also revealed that Trayvon had THC in his blood and urine consistent with marijuana use.
In addition the autopsy report revealed moderate beginning signs of brain damage, and mild liver damage associated with prolonged use of DXM or in street lingo “Lean “ in an otherwise healthy young man. 2006 ABC NEWS – It’s more than a drug; it’s a culture. It’s what’s known on the street as “Lean,” a highly addictive cocktail of cough syrup, Juice or soda, and candy (see Watermelon Juice, Skittles, Robitussin) so potent it makes you “lean” over when high.
We have previously outlined extensive research into Trayvon’s well known drug use as discussed with his peers, and the well documented social converstions with his friends about his drug lifestyle. These are not subject to interpretation. They are factual and truthful.
In addition, it should also be noted this is the same autopsy Trayvon Family Attorney Benjamin Crump filed previous court orders (March 6th-7th) to keep out of public review. Crump filed filed injunctions to seal school records, attendance records, disciplinary records, and law enforcement contact records as well as the autopsy.
We have outlined the lies, falsehoods and specific manipulations by various parties associated with the false narrative. For this update, against the backdrop of the autopsy discovery, we will revisit the lies by Trayvon Family Funeral Director Richard Kurtz, and show the agenda driven intent.
SANFORD, Fla. — WFTV has confirmed that autopsy results show 17-year-old Trayvon Martin had injuries to his knuckles when he died.
The information could support George Zimmerman’s claim that Martin beat him up before Zimmerman shot and killed him.
The autopsy results come as Zimmerman’s attorney, Mark O’Mara continues to go over other evidence in the case.
O’Mara wouldn’t comment on the autopsy evidence, but WFTV legal analyst Bill Sheaffer said it’s better for the defense than it is for the prosecution.
WFTV has learned that the medical examiner found two injuries on Martin’s body: The fatal gunshot wound and broken skin on his knuckles.
When you compare Trayvon’s non-fatal injury with Zimmerman’s bloody head wounds, the autopsy evidence is better for the defense, Sheaffer said.
“It goes along with Zimmerman’s story that he acted in self-defense, because he was getting beaten up by Trayvon Martin,” Sheaffer said.
The injury to Martin’s knuckle also fits with Zimmerman’s story that before he shot and killed Martin, Martin had broken his nose and knocked him to the ground, slamming his head on the sidewalk. (read more)
This is important because Funeral Director Richard Kurtz specifically and intentionally injected himself into the Scheme Team narrative as an advocate by providing them support, and cover, with his declaration that Trayvon’s body showed no visible signs of a scuffle.
These guys like Richard Kurtz are all providing media fuel, and cover, for the initial Benjamin Crump and Natalie Jackson created storyline. And when I say created, I do indeed mean created; as in intentionally false, intentionally misleading, and totally made-up.
The media is failing miserably is in showing honestly how they are connected to each other. These are not just random disconnected participants in the narrative, they are all specifically connected and colluding to sell the public, via the media, a very specific constructed story. It is beyond frustrating that the media is refusing to sniff this out.
Back to Richard Kurtz – MIAMI (CBS4) – The funeral director who prepared Trayvon Martin’s body for the memorial service is challenging George Zimmerman’s story that the Martin and Zimmerman got in an intense physical fight before Zimmerman shot and killed the 17-year-old:
In dressing the body we could see no physical signs he had been in a fight or a scuffle. That is something we would have had to cover up had it been there,” said Richard Kurtz of Roy Mizell and Kurtz Funeral Home in Fort Lauderdale. (article )
But Richard Kurtz is no random disconnected Funeral Director without a vested interest, or agenda, in the outcome of the case. To really understand we have to look at his history.
1985 Sun Sentinel – Sitting in the quiet office of his funeral home, Richard Kurtz talked about the new black battlefront: economics.
Unfortunately for Kurtz, the fight for minority enterprise and job opportunities is not the stuff of front-page headlines. And thus, his decade of leadership as president of the Broward County chapter of the NAACP has given him only scattered yellow clippings to mark his successes. When Kurtz took the helm in December 1974 at age 23, he was the youngest president of an NAACP branch. His tenure in office was the longest in Broward County history.
Some have claimed Kurtz has not been vocal or active enough in protesting lingering discrimination. One of those critics is Eula Johnson, who headed the Fort Lauderdale branch of the NAACP from 1958 to 1964.
“It is better (now), but it’s not good enough,” she said. “We need more of the wealth, more of equal opportunity to share the good life that America has to offer.” (more)
1986 FORT LAUDERDALE — Richard Kurtz, a longtime black activist, announced to NAACP officials Thursday his plans to run for state Sen. Tom McPherson`s seat in November. Angered that McPherson, D-Fort Lauderdale, dropped his controversial annexation plan, the NAACP has vowed to push for McPherson`s defeat and replace him with a black candidate. (more)
2001 – Following the Bush V Gore Election fiasco in Florida – They [black activists] said George W. Bush is the wrong man to be inaugurated this weekend, and they blamed his brother Gov. Jeb Bush.
“In 2002 we’re going to get rid of that Bush in Tallahassee and in 2004 we’re going to get rid of that Bush in Washington, D.C.,” Richard Kurtz, president of the Broward County Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Committee, roared to the crowd. “Then we’ll be free at last!”
Rep. Chris Smith, D-Fort Lauderdale (*note remember this name), appointed by the governor to an election-reform task force, announced that public testimony regarding voting irregularities would be taken Feb. 1 at Nova Southeastern University in Davie. (read more)
2005 – Chris Smith: “The problem with term limits is I’m at the apex of influence and knowledge of Tallahassee and I have nowhere to go. I love District 93. I love representing Lauderdale Manors and Dora River Bend and the central Fort Lauderdale area.”
The district’s residents, a mix of poor and working-class people in northwest Fort Lauderdale and unincorporated Central Broward, think highly of their home-grown representative. Smith credits the NAACP Youth Council with grooming him for politics. Smith joined the NAACP as a youth member when Richard Kurtz was president.
“I never thought then that Chris would become what he is today,” Kurtz said. “Then, he was a very quiet person. He didn’t talk a lot.” Smith attended conventions and programs during which the NAACP leadership would present its ideas and issues to the governor. (read more)
So who took point in leading the Florida Task Force for Removal of the Stand Your Ground Law?…… Yep, State Senator CHRIS SMITH, the same Chris Smith who fought against the Stand Your Ground law in 2005 and was a severe critic of its passage. The same Chris Smith who was mentored in the youth movement of the Broward County NAACP by then President Richard Kurtz.
The same Richard Kurtz, Funeral Director, who handled Trayvon Martin’s body and who specifically sewed the seeds of deception and storyline selling for Team Trayvon with the above referenced article and with numerous TV appearances.
NANCY GRACE: OK. I got the tail end of that but I think, I think I got the gist of it. All right. Let me go to Richard Kurtz , he is the funeral director that handled Trayvon Martin’s body. Joining us exclusively tonight.
Mr. Kurtz , thank you for being with us.
NANCY GRACE: Mr. Kurtz , you handled Trayvon’s body. Now I know an autopsy had been performed but did you see any bruising or cutting on his knuckles or hands?
RICHARD KURTZ : Well, first of all, when I received the body, it was (INAUDIBLE), I noticed the gunshot wound, but as far as his hands and knuckles, I didn’t see any evidence that he had been fighting anybody.
NANCY GRACE: OK. So you did not see — and I want you to tell me, not me to tell you, tell me you did not see cuts or bruises on his knuckles or hands.
RICHARD KURTZ : No, I did not.
NANCY GRACE: You did see the gunshot wound. Can you tell me where on his chest was the wound if you could tell after autopsy?
RICHARD KURTZ : Well, it appeared to me that it was in the upper chest area. That’s where the (INAUDIBLE).
NANCY GRACE: Did you see any other injuries on Trayvon Martin’s body?
RICHARD KURTZ : Not that I could tell.
NANCY GRACE: Richard Kurtz , joining us, funeral director who handled Martin’s body.
Mr. Kurtz , what’s the name of your funeral home?
RICHARD KURTZ : Roy Mizell and Kurtz Funeral Home, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
NANCY GRACE: Roy Mizell Kurtz Funeral Home in Fort Lauderdale.
Mr. Kurtz , did anything else stand out to you that I have not mentioned regarding his body?
RICHARD KURTZ : Well, no. It’s just the sight that you know, that the pain I went through as the embalmer of the body when I saw it was a kid and we didn’t know all the circumstances. And when I knew it was a gunshot wound. And then, you know, my question what happened why and as the, you know, news developed, but then, you know, it was starting to clear that, you know, I might say that, you know, I’ve been involved in a lot of (INAUDIBLE) in my life (INAUDIBLE) and homicides and these kinds of things.
But I’ve never witnessed one from day — from the moment that it happened I think the police investigation was the most unprofessional one I’ve ever witnessed in my life.
Is this beginning to make sense to you now?
Chris Smith talks with CNN about Stand Your Ground…
Chris Smith gives another interview with CNN about Stand Your Ground …
But what is it about “Stand Your Ground”, or “Non Retreat”, they dislike?
The main consideration for the anti-Stand Your Ground crew has never really focused on the physical aspect of the shooting or self-defense. Indeed I doubt the actual construct of the SYG law is what “some” take issue with.
It has nothing to do with people defending themselves per se’, it has everything to do with people being “immune from civil liability” and protected under the law against lawsuits.
From the outset it has been, and continues to be, obvious that “specific parties with a vested interest” are against SYG not because of the immunity from criminal prosecution, but because the same legislative construct provides immunity from civil lawsuit.
It would appear this aspect is below the visible radar for most followers of the case. Stand Your Ground not only protects the charged from criminal prosecution, but it also protects specifically from civil lawsuits when applied.
…….. a person is justified in the use of deadly force and does not have a duty to retreat if: (1) He or she reasonably believes that such force is necessary to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm to himself or herself or another or to prevent the imminent commission of a forcible felony; or (2) Under those circumstances permitted pursuant to s. 776.013. History.—s. 13, ch. 74-383; s. 1188, ch. 97-102; s. 2, ch. 2005-27.
When you look up the immunity itself within the “non-retreat”, or Stand Your Ground you find:
(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….
While they may not openly state this is the big issue, the “lawyers” et al who are against this legislation are focused on the elimination of their “Wrongful Death Lawsuits”, not some arbitrary concern about lawful self-defense being used by people of illicit intent.
Obviously Daryl Parks, Benjamin Crump, Natalie Jackson and those of similarly like-minded specialty, are focused intently on these types of cases under the auspices of “civil rights violations”.
One only has to look at the circumstances surrounding the preponderance of the “Stand Your Ground” benefactors, or those who are most protected, to notice a specific ethnicity in the perpetrator vs. victim analysis. This is not racism, this is factually evident.
It might not be politically correct to point it out. But diminishing the adverse impact of Cultural Marxism (PC defined) should be a priority for every person who values freedom and the Bill of Rights.