(No blood, no cuts, no tears, no rips.)
In a shocking and damning interview on Fox 35 Orlando, Robert Zimmerman, father of Trayvon Martin’s murderer George Zimmerman admits through a reporter that he indeed was a judge, along with lying and fabricating other facts about the incident and the arrest.
At 6:58 of the video the reporter is quoting Zimmerman saying “he hoped to be a judge just like his father”, adding to the speculation that George Zimmerman got preferential treatment in previous arrests along with how this current case is being handled. Confirmation in this article as well.
Included here are the facts on his previous three arrests, including domestic violence, resisting an officer with violence, and battery of a law enforcement officer. His father is a judge and he was never charged with a crime for these three arrests. Are the police in Sanford Florida in the routine of arresting people they don’t charge?
[Ed: After the jump.]
Robert Zimmerman also brazenly insists that Trayvon was not on the phone with his girlfriend. How he divines this fact without evidence of his own and contrary to call logs from that evening remains a mystery.
Even bolder still, Robert Zimmerman also blames President Obama for creating an atmosphere of hatred, saying ”I never foresaw so much hate coming from the President.”
These revelations came almost simultaneously with the release of surveillance video from George Zimmerman’s processing at the Sanford Police department the night he shot Trayvon Martin.
Video shows no grass on his back nor is his back wet. He shows no bandages on his head. He shows no blood on his shirt or jacket from a bloody nose and he does not have a bloody nose. Minutes before this pic, Zimmerman claims his head was repeatedly slammed into a sidewalk by Trayvon Martin. A Bat Country contributor who works as an emergency medical technician informs us that typically every patient with any level of head trauma gets a c-collar and emergency workers strap the patient to a backboard for transport to an emergency room. Zimmerman is not in an emergency room here.
Released this very day, the funeral director who handled the body of Trayvon Martin did not see evidence that Martin had been fighting anyone before he was shot, and that the gunshot wound appeared to be in upper chest area.
George Zimmerman called police.
He was driving.
He followed a young man who was walking.
911 told him not to follow the young man.
He left his vehicle.
There was an altercation of some sort that is not clear.
George Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin in the upper chest area.
Trayvon Martin died from the gunshot.
This happened around 7 – 7:15 at night.
Police never searched the area for the dead boy’s family to inform them of the incident.
The first police report was filed at around 2:30 in the morning.
- It doesn’t mention cuts on Zimmerman, a bloody nose, or moisture on the back of his jacket.
The second police report is filed an hour later.
- A full 9 hours after the incident.
- It mentions that George Zimmerman’s head was cut, his clothes were wet, and his nose was bloody.
George Zimmerman’s lawyer says that George had a cut that nearly needed stitches and he had a broken nose.
George Zimmerman was not admitted to a hospital by police. If he did check into the hospital afterward he did not release those hospital records.
The police have not released photographs of George Zimmerman’s head, hands, fingernails, shirt, jacket, pants, face, or nose. (If they’ve even taken these pictures.)
The lead investigator wanted George Zimmerman arrested. The State’s Attorneys’ Office stopped the police from making that arrest.
Robert Zimmerman, father to the gunman, is a judge or is a retired judge.
Those are all facts.
The police video above shows that there are no cuts. There is no blood on his clothes. There are no bruises. His clothes are not torn. His back is not wet. There is a clear discrepancy between the police reports and the video above and it points to the police or State’s Attorneys Office covering this up for a man who was a judge.
Zimmerman might as well be a nuclear weapon at this point with our legal system holding their finger above the trigger. This is Marquette Fry of 2012. This is Rodney King. This is Latasha Harlins. The police, attorneys’ offices, and courts can ignite this bomb or not.