3 Dec

George Zimmerman’s Defense Team Releases Bloody Police Photo Taken Night Of Trayvon Martin Shooting…

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This is a photo of George Zimmerman taken by a police officer on the night of February 26, 2012. A black and white photocopy of this image was provided by the State in the first Discovery. This high-resolution digital file was finally provided to the defense on October 29, 2012. This image was disclosed in the State’s 9th Supplemental Discovery.

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Curt served in the Marine Corps for four years and has been a law enforcement officer in Los Angeles for the last 20 years.

7 Responses to George Zimmerman’s Defense Team Releases Bloody Police Photo Taken Night Of Trayvon Martin Shooting…

  1. Nan G says: 1

    This country has already begun taking political prisoners.
    George Zimmerman’s attacker, successfully fended off, looked too much like the son Obama could have had.
    Nakoula Basseley Nakoula is in prison for a year because Obama needed an American to scapegoat when Muslims elsewhere went wild.

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  2. CURT
    thank you for making it public in color, for the one who are still thinking
    that a beating is not hurting and nothing important enough to think your life is in danger,
    it was done under darkness, and if he would have died, that picture would not have come out,
    strangely enough TODAY I was wondering how he is making out, and what happen with his case,
    that’s why it struck me when I saw this post on the list,
    best to you.

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  3. Randy says: 3

    A defendant should not have to jump through hoops to get information that is required to be disclosed by the prosecution. This is gross misconduct!

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  4. where are the bloggers we had on the case before,
    here we have a new clue on the case to comment on, all your opinions
    are values like before on the many POSTS WE COMMENT BEFORE.
    BYE TO ALL

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  5. retire05 says: 5

    This was NOT the photo of George Zimmerman originally released by the prosecution. The original was a black and white photo copy. The defense had to go to court to get the court to order the prosecution to release the photo above, and it was part of the 9th (NINTH) packets of discovery that the prosecution has given the defense. It seems the prosecution is reluctant to release discover to the defense so everytime the defense has to get a court order forcing the prosecution to do what is required by Florida state law.

    Now we learn that the “girlfriend” DeeDee (Witness #8), that Lawyer Crump set up with an interview with Prosecutor Bernie De La Rionda, in the presence of not only the Martin family, but a reporter from ABC (Guttman) was not 16, and “a minor” as Mr. Crump, et al, claimed, but she is 18, and was 18, a legal adult, at the time of the shooting. Why did Crump and De La Rionda lie about the girls age?

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  6. CURT
    I’m being follow by a hater,
    can you check him up?he give me a dislike on all my answers
    good or bad and in differents POSTS
    I’m sure you can check who he is,
    I don’t need to know, as long as you know.

    BYE

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  7. Nan G says: 7

    When you compare both black/white with this color you see why the prosecution only wanted the black/white and also why the defense wants the color one out there.
    Look at the grainy black/white one.
    You can’t tell Zimmerman’s age.
    You can’t tell his race.
    You can’t tell that bent nose is a new injury…..is he a ”thug?”
    Even his eyes look ”remorseless.”

    PJ Media goes further….
    http://pjmedia.com/tatler/2012/12/04/to-what-lengths-did-someone-go-to-scapegoat-george-zimmerman/?singlepage=true
    Indeed.
    To What Lengths Did Someone Go to Scapegoat George Zimmerman?

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