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Trayvon Martin Guilty or Innocent?

 

 [kc_heading_pac_3_headline_main size=”30″ color=”#C00″ ]Media Justice..[/kc_heading_pac_3_headline_main]
 

The media are playing games with the minds of millions of people all over the world. While it may seem an innocuous thing, They are depicting images that came out when the case first broke.

That they are showing images of a much younger Trayvon Martin, perhaps as much as 5 years before the tragic incident took place.

Yet they show Zimmerman as he is now, so is that fair?

Well in a word no it is not fair. There are images of an older Trayvon Martin one that shows his interest in street fighting, shows his interest in Gang politics, (allegedly) Images that show a much different looking Trayvon Martin, images that depict a perhaps and allegedly violent Martin a side of the man that no one has seen but yet the media show only those images that tend to depict the man as if he were an innocent.

The problem is that Trayvon Martin was a man, were the situation reversed Trayvon Martin would have been charged as an adult, everyone knows that, yet they are still showing images that show him as he WAS, when he was much younger.

So why are the media not showing the images of Martin closer to his actual age?

Why are they playing games here because this is serious business.

 We know the media have sought to bend fold mutilate this case from the beginning, yet the media can get away with doing just about anything they want to do.

 

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The state says Zimmerman chased and confronted Martin, and then fired at Martin only after he realized he was losing the ensuing fight. Zimmerman says he fired in self-defense after Martin doubled back and attacked him, breaking his nose and bashing his head on the sidewalk.

The killing became a national story after Sanford police refused to charge Zimmerman with any crime, saying they had no evidence to counter his self-defense claim. Forty-four days later a Seminole County grand jury indicted Zimmerman on second degree murder charges.

If convicted, Zimmerman, an aspiring police officer who served as a neighborhood watch captain, could spend the rest of his life in Florida state prison.