Police Surveillance Video Shows George Zimmerman with ZERO Visible Injuries
George Zimmerman is a bold-faced liar, which shouldn’t be new information to anyone with a fully functioning brain who has been following the Trayvon Martin shooting death case.
Newly released police surveillance video, obtained by ABC News, shows that Trayvon Martin’s killer had not one single visible injury … which totally contradicts his fallacious story that Martin attacked him by punching him in the face and slamming his head into the sidewalk “multiple times,” causing various injuries including a swollen lip, bloody nose and lacerations to the back of his head.
The video footage, recorded just four hours after the shooting, shows no such injuries. In fact, Zimmerman appears to be upbeat (and in no pain) as he literally hops out of the back of the police car with no assistance what-so-ever, despite his hands being cuffed behind him.
Take a look at the video:
Do you see any “lacerations” on the back of his head? Nope.
What about that bloody nose? Shouldn’t he have blood all over his shirt? And when you have a bloody nose, aren’t you supposed to hold your head back so you don’t bleed to death?
That’s because Zimmerman clearly lied to police, who are taking his word (and the word of “anonymous witnesses”) over the clear facts.
Trayvon Martin did not attack George Zimmerman. George Zimmerman did, however, murder Trayvon Martin, but Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law prevents him from being arrested, because Zimmerman claims he was acting in self defense when he shot and killed Trayvon Martin the night of February 26th.
Zimmerman’s lawyer Craig Sonner says the video neither supports nor refutes his clients version of the events. “I don’t think it does either one,” Sonner said on the ‘Today’ show. “It’s a very grainy video.”
17-year-old Trayvon Martin was reportedly staying with his father and future step-mother (his father’s fiancee) when he walked to a nearby convenience store to buy a bag of skittles for his little brother, and a can of iced tea for himself.
28-year-old George Zimmerman, a former neighborhood watchman, shot and killed Martin after calling 911 to report a “suspcious” person walking around his gated suburban community near orlando.
Zimmerman — who was told by 911 dispatchers to stay in his car and NOT follow the teenager — falsely claims that Martin confronted him, decked him with a single punch, and pounded his head into the ground several times.
The controversial case continues to spark outrage across the nation (and even the world) as George Zimmerman, who clearly murdered Trayvon Martin for no apparent reason, has yet to be charged with anything.