Medical Report Sheds New Light In Trayvon Martin Death
May 16, 2012
A new medical report may help shed light into what happened between George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin on February 22nd in Sanford, FL.
For those of you who haven’t heard about this case, George Zimmerman, 28, is being accused of murdering Trayvon Martin, 17, after George claims he was attacked by the teen inside his gated community.
According to the Daily Mail, the photos show blood on the back of George Zimmerman’s head and a medical report reveals he sustained two black eyes, a broken nose, and cuts on the back of his head.
George claims he shot the unarmed teen in self-defense and he’s hoping this new medical report will corroborate his story. Just before the deadly altercation, George Zimmerman called 911 to report a suspicious person wearing a hooded sweatshirt walking through his gated community. George was advised by the 911 operator not to pursue the person, but George didn’t listen. Instead, George approached the Trayvon, and the events that followed have been debated since.
George claims Trayvon attacked him and he believes the boy would have killed him if given the chance. The altercation ended when George claims Trayvon reached for the gun George was carrying. That’s when George took aim and pulled the trigger, shooting Trayvon once in the chest and killing him.
News of Trayvon Martin’s death sparked outrage across the country and will likely continue long after the court battle is over.
George Zimmerman is currently in hiding after being released on $150,000 bond.
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