A month ago, the media lynch mob could not stop slobbering over the Trayvon Martin-George Zimmerman chronicle. For some reason, it was a ratings-booster.
Maybe because the purported story was that some “white” Hispanic dude shot an “innocent” 17-year-old black kid walking around with skittles and iced tea. So MSNBC and HuffPo flipped it into some racial warfare novel.
Well, the story has evolved, so much that the mainstream media has pretty much buried the story — at least new developments of the story — under the ground. And, you may have noticed, Al Sharpton and Spike Lee have gone into hibernation.
Of course, I suppose you can’t blame them, considering the fact that Zimmerman had bloody gashes all over the back of his head and Martin was shot from only 1 to 18 inches away. Oh, and the kid was also smoking dope that night.
And here’s the lastest:
Two police reports written the night that George Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin said that Zimmerman had a bloody face and nose, according to police reports made public today.
The reports also note that two witness accounts appear to back up Zimmerman’s version of what happened when they describe a man on his back with another person wearing a hoodie straddling him and throwing punches…
The new information is part of a trove of documents released by the Florida State Attorney today in the case against Zimmerman, who is charged with second degree murder for the Feb. 26 killing of Martin, an unarmed 17-year-old African American male.
Zimmerman, 28, is a multi-racial Hispanic man who volunteered for the neighborhood watch committee who claimed that he shot Martin in self-defense after the 6-foot tall, 160 pound teenager knocked him to the ground, banged his head against the ground and went for Zimmerman’s gun.
Who knows, Zimmerman’s actions may have been unprecedented. But one thing’s for sure, Trayvon wasn’t the precious little angel the MSM has characterized him to be.