In the Land of Oz


Owing to our big move, I have not kept up to date with everything that has been happening. I continue to follow the Zimmerman case because an innocent man has been the target of vicious race baiting.  The real narrative is nothing like the Chump narrative and it turns out that St. Trayvon of Skittles was a drug dealer, wannabe gang member and a part-time burglar when he was not attending school or moving between homes in Florida.

Wagist.com has had some excellent blog pieces on the subject, with at least one blog showing the whole set up in the complex, and also showing that the thug Trayvon Martin had enough time to have returned to the unit of Brandi Green, except that he backtracked and was lying in wait for George Zimmerman. Eventually, justice will be served in this case, but that will only happen when George is completely exonerated. The prosecution has nothing that is relevant to the case, other than what was originally gathered. As such there is no case to answer. It was a case of self-defense, or it is a case of an accidental shooting because Martin’s hand was on the gun when the trigger was pulled. An eyewitness has stated that there were gunpowder marks on Martin’s clothing, and I had heard that there were powder burns on his forearms.

The Orlando Sentinel has been continuing with its misleading stories, which should be no surprise since Ryan Julison of Julison Communications has been feeding the stories to Weiner (there is an interesting link between these two). The latest piece claimed that it was not possible for George Zimmerman to have been screaming for help and especially if someone had his hand over Zimmerman’s mouth. Well, that story is bull because it is possible when the timeline is examined.

In this case, after GZ was knocked to the ground and his head was been beaten against the pavement he was calling for help. As a result the thug and wannabe gang member put his hand over GZ’s mouth telling him to STFU. This was the point where GZ felt like he was being smothered, and he actually remembered that he had the gun in his holster. It was also at this point that TM discovered that GZ had a gun, and they both went for the gun at the same time. Someone pulled the trigger and Martin was killed by a gunshot wound to the chest, at very close range. He was not gunned down, per the Chump and Co narrative. He was killed because of his own stupidity.

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