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  • blacksilksamurai blacksilksamurai Mar 24, 2012 7:33 PM Flag

    The Zimmerman story is starting to turn.......


    I knew it. It made no sense to call 911 and then blow the guy away. It is my early guess that Zimmerman was attacked by this was Zimmerman who ran and yelled for help....and then and only then did he shoot in self defense.

    I know it's just traditional good old American logic here which DOES NOT fit the frothing lefty narrative BUT............Mr Zimmerman may turn out to be a hero and his adversary a suddenly surprised thug.

    Why do they only show young shots of Trevon. I hear he looked A LOT more scary and a lot more threatening than the glowing photos of a young chior boy image the left is trying to frame. Heard George Zimmerman was pretty banged up from the attack on him BY TREVON.......

    More to come. Neighborhood watch guys DO NOT chase down and shoot kids with skittles just because they are peacefully walking in the neighborhood. They certainly do not call the cops first AND THEN do so. Nope. George probably confronted Trevon as to why he was in the area (acting strangely like he was high)...Trevon who being a typical thug, perhaps high (toxicology tests coming), attached Zimmerman when confronted. In fact he beat Zimmerman to the ground pounding on top of him to a bloody mess..... enough to warrant self defense. Zimmerman tried to escape and called for help. Trevon persued and Zimmerman fearing for his life drew his weapon and fired.
    That would explain why Zimmerman was not arrested.

    .....but what do I know. I'm just a common sense man.


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