Thursday, March 29, 2012

Did Trayvon Martin plan to kill Zimmerman? Are pro-black groups attempting to whitewash evidence? Are others?

The father of George Zimmerman, the man accused of shooting and killing an unarmed black teen in Florida, says the 17-year-old threatened to kill Zimmerman and then beat him so badly that it forced Zimmerman to shoot him.

"Trayvon Martin said something to the effect of, 'You're going to die now' or 'You're going to die tonight,' something to that effect," Robert Zimmerman told Orlando TV station WOFL. "He continued to beat George. At some point, George pulled his pistol. Did what he did."

A surveillance video from the Sanford police headquarters the night of the incident raises questions about the description of a beating.

It shows Zimmerman, his hands cuffed, exiting a patrol car and being led into the police station. First broadcast Wednesday by ABCNews.com, the video does not provide close-ups, but also does not show clear signs of Zimmerman having injuries.

Joe Oliver, a friend of Zimmerman's, said Zimmerman told him he was "cleaned up by cops at the scene" that night before being brought to the station. more

Note: You will notice that whenever the mainstream presents this case, they use the worst possible picture of Zimmerman (in his county orange), and an ancient, innocent-looking picture of Martin as a child. It's strange how the propaganda tables suddenly turn when updated pictures are used (such as above). Is Martin as innocent as claimed? What if Zimmerman did actually kill Martin in self defense? Does anyone care about Zimmerman's justice, or do only black groups get to hold the microphone anymore? Where is the latino rights movement backing Zimmerman up? Where are the calls for true justice beyond hoodie-wearing thugs that are ransacking shops in Martin's name? Why don't Martin's parents tell people to stop the violence that this fever is arousing? The questions are endless: all you angry comment makers should stop to reflect on this situation, as you may very well find that you are being manipulated into believing things for the financial and political benefits of others.

And one last thing: because we're not like the biased media or bile-filled individuals that spew racism across the Internet, here's a proper, neutral and recent picture of Martin from his Facebook: