A couple of things have yet to be discussed in the trial: the coronor's report said that none of Zimmerman's DNA was found on Martin's unbruised hands …. and Zimmerman was supposedly having his nose beaten and bloodied and his head pounded on the concrete. If that is true, it has been suggested that Zimmerman's bloodied nose was a result of his gun kicking back on discharge.
Also, the defense attorney questioning Martin's friend certianly deserved this response:
“Of course, you don’t know if he was telling the truth or not,” attorney Don West insisted to witness Rachel Jeantel, who was speaking to Martin on the phone just minutes before he was shot by Zimmerman.
“Why would he need to lie about that, sir?” Jeantel asked.
“Maybe he decided to assault George Zimmerman and he didn’t want you to know about it,” West said.
“That’s real retarded, sir,” Jeantel pointed out. “Trayvon did not know him.”
Media blowhards saying Jeantel (black female) is unreliable witness because she lied to Trayvon's family why she didn't attend the funeral ( she said in court she did not want to see her friend's dead body, she felt guilty saying that to the mom). Although yesterday's testimony by Good (white male) was devasting to the prosecution …. although he admitted lying on previous depositions that he saw Trayvon sitting on top of Zimmerman landing "Martial Arts" style blows to his head, yet he said in court he never actually saw Trayvon hitting him. And so it goes.
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