Zimmerman’s own account will convict him

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    ZIMMERMAN’S OWN ACCOUNT WILL CONVICT HIM

    The more Zimmerman talks the more inconsistencies there are. He said himself “to be honest with you, I have a bad memory” (Attention Deficit disorder?) How can anything he say be credible? This is an excuse typical of a psychotic sociopath when the cannot keep up with his lies.
    "jumped out from the bushes" and punched him in the face, knocking him down..
    there are no bushes near the side walk where the struggle went down in the video.
    Could the cuts on the back of his head come from his falling and not from having his head bashed into the side walk? His injuries the day after the incident is not consistent with the injuries seen in the video the day of the incident. Injuries not consistent with one’s head being bashed into concrete. Two small cuts, no abrasions or concussion consistent with almost passing out.
    After the shooting, Zimmerman said the turned Trayvon over and got on his back?
    His account do not jive with the 9-11 call or evidence seen and heard. A good prosecutor will tear his account apart. Just let him talk and he will convict himself. A typical behavior of a psychotic sociopath is lying inconsistent with the beliefs they are smarter than others. Trayvon could not possible have done all the things he said he did prior to the shooting and immediately after.
    Where is the witness that Zimmerman said open a door and come out seconds prior to the shooting and must have seen the moment leading up to the shooting and after. There do not appear to be any doors opening in the back between the apartments.

    Trayvon saw his gun and reached for it but Zimmerman got it first? If Zimmerman had the gun and Travon saw it he would have backed off and Zimmerman would not have had to shoot him. I do not believe Trayvon ever saw a gun before he was shot. Zimmerman had to had unstrap the holster before removing gun and if Trayvon had saw it he may have stopped him and no one would have got the gun.
     
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    .. the more George Zimmerman looks not guilty. There aren't any major inconsistencies in his statements. None of the witnesses will help the prosecution more than the defense. The physical evidence supports Zimmerman's story. Unless the prosecution has something we haven't seen yet, a fair minded jury won't find Zimmerman guilty of murder or manslaughter.
     
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    Yeah, there are.
     
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    Then you're not paying attention.
     
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    is powerful evidence for his defense. The prosecution will fight to keep it out of the jury's sight it this goes to a trial. This video fits with the physical evidence and the witness statements we've heard so far.

    At this point the prosecution doesn't have a case. They can't contradict Zimmerman's story with anything that will impress a jury. Keep in mind the jury won't be made up with people who were brainwashed with the early media portrayal of a 12 year old Trayvon Martin and 220lb George "white" Zimmerman. It will consist of people who haven't made up their minds yet. Those people will need to see proof beyond a reasonable doubt.
     
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    Actually, I expect the state to introduce it themselves. It helps to further highlight how his story does not make sense.
     
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    By the time Dee Dee the dispatcher says, "We don't need you to do that," George is like a dog, off-leash. By the time Martin walks past Zimmernan's vehicle, and Zimmerman follows, likely with a round, chambered, Zimmerman is in trouble. But since the witnesses offer various accounts, which don't support the George version, and one shot killed Martin, instead of wounding him, George had better explain, really well, why he is described as sitting on Martin, who bled out.

    Sociopaths for George, murder-2 will turn in. The Feds are watching, so no shenanigans will issue.
     
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    Zimmerman was being asked to remember fine detail of a traumatic event.... If he has trouble doing that, you're going to mock him. Fuck you, you're just making yourself look pathetic, shithead. He's doing a pretty good job. You're doing a horrible job.
     
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    Zimmerman's defense hopes the prosecution agrees with you. They want this tape in because it let's George tell his story without being cross examined. His lawyers can later explain the inconsistencies a lot better than he would be able to.

    Guilty beyond a reasonable doubt is a very high standard to meet. Jurors will need to see a lot more than what we've seen so far to convict. I'd like to hear, specifically, what evidence people think is strong enough to convict.
     
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    That is a very good point....
     

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