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From the following 4 faces, which 2 are the bad guys?
Well, that was interesting.... Thanks to Mulvi for identifying that the picture from twitchy.com that has made the rounds of the internet was from a different Travon Martin.
Regardless, the conclusion of this post remains.
There are few facts, but the judgment is in. The President has already spoken and the judge and jury are seeking justice.
April 9, 2012
The phrase "Editgate" established itself virtually overnight. It fit so well. This useful compound merges "edit," in reference to NBC's incendiary editing of George Zimmerman's 911 call, and "gate," the catch-all suffix used to describe a corrupt mess of deception and obfuscation. Already "Editgate" is being used more expansively to include other distortions in the Trayvon Martin case, including ABC's compression of the police videotape to obscure Zimmerman's head wound and CNN's absurdly imaginative translation of the Zimmerman word "cold" into the nearly archaic "coons."Third Update:
Special prosecutor, Angela Corey, held a press conference to announce that George Zimmerman will be charged with 2nd degree murder... a not unexpected decision. Beyond this, there is no reason to speculate.
In a game-changing development Friday, a photo obtained by ABC News of Florida murder suspect George Zimmerman – who has acknowledged fatally shooting 17-year-old Trayvon Martin – clearly shows the back of Zimmerman’s head leaking blood from what appear to be two separate gashes.
It is going to liven things up this weekend on three popular Northwest shooting and gun rights forums, GunRightsMedia.com, WaGuns and SeattleGuns.
The previously unseen bombshell image, reportedly obtained exclusively by ABC News, was apparently taken just minutes after the deadly confrontation between Zimmerman and Martin. The revelation prompted Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz to suggest in an interview with Brietbart.com that the second-degree murder case against Zimmerman:
“…won’t make it past a judge on a second degree murder charge … everything in the affidavit is completely consistent with a defense of self-defense.”Fifth Update:
April 25, 2012