New Facts Revealed During The George Zimmerman Murder TrialAs the trial continues in the case of self-appointed neighborhood watchdog George Zimmerman, who hunted and fatally gunned down 17-year-old unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin during an altercation that ensued following Zimmerman approaching Trayvon without merit, each day brings about new facts about the tragic night in February 2012 that left Trayvon dead and George Zimmerman a murderer. In addition to new facts, there have also been well-known facts reiterated by new witnesses and family members of both Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman, who have all taken turns testifying. Last week we gave you a list of new facts revealed during the trial in case you haven't had the chance to tune in to live trial broadcast, so now we bring you part 2. Take a look.
Trayvon Martin's father Tracy testified that he never denied that the screaming voice heard on the infamous 911 call was that of his son. He did, however, admit that he initially was still too distraught over the death of his son when he first heard the 911 tape to make a concrete identification of the screaming voice on the tape.
During the altercation between George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman's gun was placed in an internal holster INSIDE of his waistband, yet he claims Trayvon somehow saw the gun.....in the dark....and tried to grab it before being shot.
Zimmerman's defense lawyers now claim to have a toxicology report proving "kush" was found in Trayvon Martin's system at the time of the altercation, even though this had nothing to do with why Zimmerman stalked and hunted Trayvon down in the first place since he couldn't have possibly known anything about Trayvon's state by just looking at him....with a hoodie on....from a distance....in the dark.
Zimmerman's lawyer Mark O'Mara has reiterated during the trial that he fears that his client "will never be safe" regardless of the outcome of the trial. Cry us a fawking river.
A "gunshot wound expert" has testified, claiming that given they way the fatal bullet from George Zimmerman's gun entered Trayvon Martin's body, Trayvon was standing over George Zimmerman when the shot was fired.
DNA test and autopsy reports do not fully support the theory that Trayvon Martin was the cause of George Zimmerman's injuries on the night that he murdered Trayvon, as there was none of Zimmerman's DNA found under Trayvon's nails during the autopsy examination.