Medical Report Shows Martin Attacked Zimmerman

By:  R. Cort Kirkwood
05/17/2012
       
Medical Report Shows Martin Attacked Zimmerman

Evidence strongly suggests George Zimmerman, the man who shot Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla., told the truth when he shot Martin in self defense. On Tuesday, ABC News released the medical report that details Zimmerman’s injuries. It is thoroughly consistent with Zimmerman’s claim that Martin savagely attacked him, forcing Zimmerman to pull his gun and shoot Martin.

Evidence strongly suggests George Zimmerman, the man who shot Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla., told the truth when he shot Martin in self defense. On Tuesday, ABC News released the medical report that details Zimmerman’s injuries. It is thoroughly consistent with Zimmerman’s claim that Martin savagely attacked him, forcing Zimmerman to pull his gun and shoot Martin.

 

More evidence has emerged that proves George Zimmerman, the Hispanic Democrat who shot black teeanger Trayvon Martin on February 26, fired in self defense as he claimed.

On Tuesday, ABC News released the medical report that details Zimmerman’s injuries. It is thoroughly consistent with Zimmerman’s claim that Martin savagely attacked him, forcing Zimmerman to pull his gun and shoot Martin.

Thanks to Martin’s parents and professional race hustlers, along with the media, Zimmerman has been hiding since he was released on bond after prosecutors charged him with second-degree murder.

Now, it appears, the prosecution’s case has fallen apart.

Broken Nose

According to ABC, the report confirms what Zimmerman has said from the minute police collared him after he shot young Martin, a 6-foot-three 150-pound football player: that Martin struck first, knocking Zimmerman to the ground and trying to kill him.

As The New American reported several weeks ago, Zimmerman’s father told a reporter what George Zimmerman told him:

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Photo: George Zimmerman takes the witness stand, April 20, 2012, during a bond hearing in Sanford, Fla.: AP Images

 

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