WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGE: Picture Of George Zimmerman’s Head Three Minutes After He Shot Trayvon Martin

Michael Brendan Dougherty, 27 minutes ago
Source: Business Insider 

According to a report from ABC News, there is potentially a new piece of evidence in the explosive Trayvon Martin murder case.

ABC News this morning showed a graphic image of the back of George Zimmerman’s head on Good Morning America. The photo taken from an iPhone camera just moments after he shot and killed Trayvon Martin.

The gunshot was heard at 7:17 pm according to transcripts of 911 calls about the incident. The cell phone camera shows that the photo was taken at 7:19.

The photograph would bolster Zimmerman’s public story that his head had been bashed on the sidewalk by Martin, just before he shot him.

Zimmerman asked the photographer to call his wife, saying “Man, just tell her I shot someone.”

Zimmerman was treated on the scene before being taken to police headquarters.

Florida prosecutors and the attorneys for Trayvon Martin’s family have seen the photos and still believe that George Zimmerman murdered Martin.

Here is the photo:

George Zimmerman bloody head

ABC News

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8 Responses to WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGE: Picture Of George Zimmerman’s Head Three Minutes After He Shot Trayvon Martin

  1. HIppo Hips says:

    First of all, it is compare….not compair. Also, iphone will tell you when and where a picture was taken. It will give you the exact time and date. No way to go around that. I am sure the hair color could be off a little because of something called a “flash”. Just saying………

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  3. Shelly says:

    Compair the color of hair in this photo to the dark black hair in the photo of him in courtroom….not adding up! Photoshop?????

  4. ethaos says:

    That pic could easily be real and a complete piece of crap. I have suffered dozens of head wounds and they bleed profusely. A scratch on the scalp from a defensive grab with a babies hand that broke the skin would cause that amount of blood after just a few minutes.

    If his head had been slammed into the ground/pavement with enough force to break the skin he would have a large open wound filled with dirt/grit/gravel and by the time someone took a photo of it the entire back of his head would be covered in blood.

    If his nose was broken he would have been taken to the ER and X-rays would exist. I watched the police security vid and he was uninjured. Unless you think 911 is the number to dial when you get a nick shaving…

  5. lightsamourai says:

    I totally agree, this picture coming out of the blue… what a joke but a bad one!!!

  6. I don’t belive a word of this picture story. If this had been the case this picture would have been shown up front as soon as the incident happened. So they present a picture a month later. They never give up on their lies. Not matter what the lies continue as the truth does not seem to ever be in them. So sad actually all around. Emma

    • Jean says:

      Emma, and everyone else: When the film showed Zimmerman coming into the police station, there was definitely dark spots on his head that looked like an injury. It was commented on at the time, but never in the mainstream press. I don’t think it’s impossible that it happened: what would you do if you were frightened by a man with a guy who was obviously out to get you? I don’t know what I’d do, but I doubt I’d take it lying down. That is one interpretation, but it also might have been as a result of Zimmerman defending himself. The truth is the truth, no matter how much we may not like it.

      Hugs,
      ~Jean

      • Nicki Tompkins says:

        That’s what I was thinking too, Jean. According to the reports, Zimmerman was following Trayvon. If Trayvon, in his defense of a “would-be-attacker” knocked Zimmerman down, then yes, there would be cuts on the back of the attacker’s head. I think the apology is a ploy, though, I pray it was sincere.

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