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George Zimmerman: INJURIES SUPPORT SELF DEFENSE – Trayvon Martin Case News

By Geno McGahee

George Zimmerman, 28, accused killer of Trayvon Martin, 17, has been under heavy media and public fire for the death. The volunteer neighborhood watch worker approached Martin when asked to stand down by authorities and an altercation would ensue, leaving one dead and many questions. Some of those questions may have been answered today.

Zimmerman has contended that he shot Martin in self defense. Proof of a fractured nose and two black eyes along with lacerations on the back of his head seem to support his contention that there was a fight on February 26th that led to the death.

Robert Zimmerman, JR., brother of George, said: “We’re confident the medical records are going to explain all of George’s medical history. You return force with force when somebody assaults you. George was out of breath, he was barely conscious. George (would have been) dead if he had not acted decisively and instantaneously in that moment.”

The media, various group leaders and politicians have molded this situation to suit their purposes and have manipulated much of the public in the process. Zimmerman is at fault here in one definite sense. He approached Martin when told not to do so by the authorities. Whether or not he is guilty of murder is still to be decided, and it is also yet to be determined if he will get a fair trial or not considering the enormity of this event.

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