Part 3 – Why Did The Jury Ignore Evidence Presented At Trial?
It would require numerous pages to present all of the evidence presented at trial that the jury failed to consider. The following are eight (8) questions that addresses the most clear evidence, requiring no interpretation.
1. Why did they close their eyes to Zimmerman’s story that Trayvon saw the gun when his jacket raised, and that it was raised because Zimmerman wiggled his head off the concrete thereby removing the threat of having his head bashed on concrete?
2. Why did they close their eyes to the fact that Trayvon could not see the gun, and Zimmerman could not get to it either, with Trayvon straddled as Zimmerman described?
3. How was Zimmerman justified in killing Trayvon when he admitted to having Trayvon’s arm pinned when he unholstered his gun, aimed, and shot Trayvon in the heart? (See first video below.)
4. Why did they not pay attention to the fact that Zimmerman had blood on the collar of his jacket that was not his own, and in which Trayvon had also been excluded? Along with this, why did they not question why, in all of his statements, Zimmerman did not mention that a witness took a photograph of the back of his head before the police arrived?
5. An attorney cannot testify for his client. In her interview on AC360, juror B37 spoke of the flashlights. Did it occur to the jury that not once in any of his statements, did Zimmerman say when, where, and how he dropped either flashlight?
6. Not once in any of his statements did George Zimmerman say that he cried out in any way, or with any words, other than “help” and “help me.” Did the jury consider that the recording of the 911 call that captured screams in the background, consisted of more than just “help,” and “help me”?
7. In his statements, George Zimmerman said why he cried out for help. Not once did he say he cried out for help because he was physically hurt, nor because he feared for his life. (See second video below.)
8. George Zimmerman told investigators that when he was told “We don’t need you to do that,” that he was on “the other side” of Retreat View Circle. Zimmerman stated that he went to Retreat View Circle to get an address. Zimmerman stayed on the phone with dispatch after being told “We don’t need you to do that.” Why didn’t he give the dispatcher the address rather than asking the dispatcher if the cop could call him, and he would tell him where he was?