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Monday, June 3, 2013

Officer's Cellphone Pics Show Zimmerman May NOT Have Been Punched the Night he Killed Trayvon

Look closely at George Zimmerman's nose picture, that was taken from Officer Wagner's cell phone before EMS cleaned him up and you'll find there is no blood at all coming from Zimmerman's nostrils.  Yet, Zimmerman told Detectives that Martin punched him in the nose so hard that he "fell to the ground when he punched me the first time" and that he was "punched in the nose 25 to 30 times." Looking at the nose picture, with no blood at all coming from the nostrils, it is easy to figure out why Detective Sereno told Zimmerman "the 25 to 30 punches" he claimed he took from Trayvon Martin "were not consistent with Zimmerman's injuries."

(George Zimmerman nose picture taken by Officer Wagner before EMT cleaned him)

I think it's pretty clear that the only part of Zimmerman's nose that is bleeding is the very tip of his nose.  And when you compare the nose picture Officer Wagner took with the picture the Sanford Police Department took about 45 minutes after Zimmerman killed Trayvon Martin, you can see two pinholes on the tip of Zimmerman's nose which is exactly the location of the bleeding Officer Wagner's picture shows.  Another interesting feature between the two pictures is that there is no more swelling on the right-side bridge of Zimmerman's nose 45 minutes after Zimmerman killed Trayvon Martin.

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