There have been some who have argued that Trayvon Martin’s past behaviors, behaviors as recently as the week before the shooting, should be called into question during the trial. with some of those being the very same race baiting hustlers who can do NOTHING aside using the race card to get what they want.
A hearing next week will decide if the information can be used at the trial for George Zimmerman, who is charged with fatally shooting the unarmed 17-year-old last year during a confrontation at a gated community in Sanford. Prosecutors want the negative evidence omitted, but Zimmerman’s defense attorney said if they try to portray his client as the antagonist and Martin as the victim, he wants to show the jury that Martin has talked about fighting before.“If they had suggested that Trayvon is nonviolent and that George is the aggressor, I think that makes evidence of the fighting he has been involved with in the past relevant,” said Mark O’Mara.
There is no doubt Trayvon punched Zimmerman; police photos, EMTs, doctors and the medical examiner all state that Zimmerman was physically assaulted at the hands of Trayvon Martin.
So, it begs to question WHY is Trayvon Martin’s violent past NOT relevant to this court case? Martin’s violent past, drug habit, disrespect for his mother, disrespect for school all show a pattern and therefore are 100% relevant for the court case at hand.
The Medical Examiner found drugs in Trayvon’s System – yes, this is relevant to his behavior at the time, his past known behavior and what could have aided in triggering Trayvon to attack Zimmerman first.
On November 22, 2011, three months before the shooting, Trayvon wrote messages about being involved in a fight. His unnamed opponent, he wrote:
‘got mo hits cause in da 1st round he had me on da ground an I couldn’t do ntn. (sic)’
Six weeks earlier he wrote a text about problems at school involving a fight:
‘I was watcn a fight nd a teacher say I hit em. (sic)’