Friday, June 22, 2012

Trayvon Martin News - Do You Believe George Zimmerman's Re-enactment?

Yesterday, a videotape was released showing George Zimmerman re-enacting the events that occurred on the night of Trayvon Martin's death. If you follow this blog, you already know how I feel about Zimmerman. I am interested in hearing from you. Do you believe Zimmerman's account? Why? Why not?


  1. First and foremost, I do believe that GZ is entitled to a fair trial. His reenactment is told in a very articulate, calm and believable fashion, but I do not really believe all that he is stating. It sounds almost like it came right out of some old movie or something. I for one know that ifyou're laying on your back it would be just about impossible to reach for a gun as your elbow would not allow this and he would either have to lurch way forward (in turn TM would have fallen) or roll to his left (again TM would have fallen off) in order to be able to access his gun, so let's just say I am highly skeptical, but who knows.

    1. I agree. Zimmerman is entitled to a fair trial and a presumption of innocence in a court of law. However, since he deliberately lied to the court, Zimmerman has no credibility. As one of his attorneys pointed out, there are inconsistencies between his 911 call and his re-enactment.

  2. I believe some of it. Maybe till Martin turned the final corner toward his house. Thats the point thats shows Zimmermans guilt and I think he knows it and thats why hes lying after that. I dont believe Zimmerman went to check on an address, I think he followed Martin down the dark path. Its shown that Martin had plenty of time to get home and I think he did get home. Remember his gf said he was close to his home before thie encounter with George. I will say that I would never lead a stranger to my doorstep. I learned that Martin left his young nephew or half brother whatever he was home alone as he went to buy him candy. His dad wasnt there he left. So if that was the case I would never let a strange man follow me home and lead him to where my brother was. I would be concerned for his safety. I think Martin went home and watched to see if Zimmerman kept on following him and he watched him come around that corner and went to meet him on the path. Asked him "why are you was following me" as his gf said she heard him say on the phone. At the same time being George I would never start down the dark path with my gun holstered. I think Zimmerman showed his gun at this point. Martin thinking he was being robbed or worse, started swinging. Broke Georges nose knocked him down and jumped on top of him fighting for control of the gun. But Martin lost! I think the only way that Martin would fight is because he had no other choice. I know this is just an idea but things fit this way. I was wondering why he would have extra time to get home but it seemed like he didnt go home. But I think he did, I think this could have happened.