Especially when they could pretty easily find Martin's DNA or fingerprints on it. ..............
it was on a wet ground on a rainy night and I think found 2 or 3 days later. I don't think at the time it was even submitted as evidence since the investigation was centered on zimmerman. it would have been nice though if someone had tested it just to see if dna was on it. they found it way too late probably to be helpful though.
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you again are not getting things right.
you are even contradicting the prosecution's 'star' witness on this.
ms jeantel says during the entire time that martin was walking quickly home. it was zimmerman that then came up and attacked. but during the entire four minutes he was walking home.
lets try to keep this simple. how is it martin is walking quickly home and after four minutes of walking, he ends up only 50 yards from zimmerman's truck? can you give us any explanation that would make ms jeantel's account sound reasonable here? to me it sounds like she was just lying.
Ms. Genteal couldn't even keep her story straight. I don't put a lot of faith in her testimony.
But I still don't know when Martin was hiding or when Zimmerman saw Martin hiding? I googled "Zimmerman saw Martin hiding" and got no hits. Where did this information come from?
the problem is alot of the prosecution case is built on ms jeantel's version. she was the one that initially claimed zimmerman followed him the entire time and then attacked. now, we see her story doesn't hold water. so how much more we were intially led to believe by her is wrong?
now, if martin wasn't walking for those four minutes. why did he stop going toward home? we have zimmerman on the phone for two of those four minutes talking to the dispatcher. during this time martin could have easily just walked home. why didn't he?
look where the fight happens. 50 yards from the truck. you still claim zimmerman was in a hunt after martin for four minutes that ends up in a fight near his truck? what kind of chase only covers 50 yards in four minutes?
But I still don't know when Martin was hiding or when Zimmerman saw Martin hiding? I googled "Zimmerman saw Martin hiding" and got no hits. Where did this information come from?..............
zimmerman said he was walking back toward his truck when martin surprised him from out of bushes. martin asked him if he had a problem and zimmerman said no. martin then said 'you do now' and hit him.
is it believable that zimmerman was walking back to his truck? given that this happened 50 yards from the truck. I would think its plausable? if he was chasing after martin, wouldn't he have covered more than 50 yards after nearly four minutes?
also, I am amazed you just said ms jeantel is not to be believed. do you know that most of the martin family initial storyline was based on what she said?
"what kind of chase only covers 50 yards in four minutes? "
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