George Zimmerman Reenactment (Updated & Bumped - Video & New Map Added)

This is a reenactment George Zimmerman voluntarily gave police the day after he shot Trayvon Martin in self-defense. Zimmerman's account has remained consistent since the incident happened and all evidence, so far presented, corroborates it. For those following the trial, this will help you understand how everything went down. It will also help fill in the minutes between calls to 911.


http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=2c9_1372546233

Map of area:

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Below the fold, video surveillance of Trayvon Martin at the 7-11 shortly before his death. See Martin as the media doesn't want you to see him.


http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=e10_1372548059

FYI, the 7-11 clerk is 5'10".

PS: These Liveleak videos are uploaded to my Liveleak account, so feel free to comment there as well.

UPDATE: I thought I would indicate on map how everything happened. I based it on Zimmerman's reenactment and trial testimony. If anyone spots an error, please let me know.

Map Updated. Original can be viewed HERE.

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(Click image to enlarge in new window)

UPDATE II: As requested in comments, I am adding Rachel Jeantel's testimony that Martin has told her he was in his father's girlfriends backyard:


(Skip to the 5 minute mark for the specific comments.)

Posted by: DMartyr at 10:47 AM

Comments

1 But DMartyr, your using facts.
In the progressive mind, that means nothing. Look at that innocent young 12 year old face in the useless lying media photos.

Posted by: Kafiroon at June 30, 2013 01:07 PM

2 If Martin was already at his father's place and he turned around and went back to confront Zimmerman, then Martin was the aggressor and looking for a fight, and got what he deserved.

Posted by: Moshe Ben Avram at June 30, 2013 03:22 PM

3 I don't know what to think. If someone followed me around my neighborhood I would probably confront him. Then if things escalated verbally I might kick his ass. But I do think I'd check him out for a gun before I did.
Do I believe Martin was stomping Zimmerman's ass? Yes I do. Do I think Zimmerman created the situation? Yes I do. Do I believe the entire thing was caused by two uptight assholes? Yes I do.
Do I believe Zimmerman had the right to defend himself from possible serious physical harm. Yes I do. my rules with my kids was whoever hit first was guilty.
So many young blacks seem to resort to violence. His mother seems so vengeful. Perhaps she has told he to kick those while honky crackers asses if they mess with you. Her anger may be from self guilt.

Posted by: Munster at June 30, 2013 04:51 PM

4 Not just as the media does not want you to see him. Seems as if the courts do not want to show a lot of things either, his phone calls, text messages, e-mails, facebook postings, etc. Yet when corporate CEO's were all over this same media and courtroom's several years ago that same data of theirs was what ultimately got them convicted and sent to club fed. KILL ALL HIRABI'S!!!

Posted by: JusCruzn at June 30, 2013 06:16 PM

5 A minor point, but since GZ emphasized it - they are not condos - they are townhomes - they own the front, back, and sides (if applicable) of the individual townhomes.So, if you were to cut through going north at (say) marker #3 you would be technically tresspassing (or prowling after dark).

Posted by: Obamao at June 30, 2013 09:03 PM

6 would be technically tresspassing (or prowling after dark)...

as indicated in video at / after the 2:00 - 3:00 mark.

Posted by: Obamao at June 30, 2013 09:12 PM

7 Obumbles needed a good "Get out the Black vote drive in Florida". The rest is a by product.

Posted by: CSMBigBird at June 30, 2013 09:25 PM

8 If you go to the 5:50 mark on the Zimmerman explanation video you'll see where he claims that Martin saw him between points 1 and 2 and then came back and circled the vehicle with his hand in his waistband while George was on the phone with 911. Obviously there is no proof this happened but if we are relying on Zimmerman's eyewitness testimony your map needs a further update.

Posted by: Mike at June 30, 2013 09:30 PM

9 It doesn't look to me like Zimmerman 'stalked' Trayvon like the media and politicians have claimed. Looks like he just kind of waited around to make sure there was no threat and Martin came back and got into trouble. I agree with a lot of what Munster said. It was a tragic situation where both sides hold some responsibility...but Zimmerman does NOT deserve to be crucified on the cross of political correctness and black rage.

Posted by: Frustrated Teacher at June 30, 2013 09:50 PM

10 #8 - Zimmerman mentioned that during his 911 call.

Posted by: DMartyr at June 30, 2013 10:58 PM

11 #3 #9 - Zimmerman may have arguably acted irresponsibly, but he did nothing illegal. The fault lies with the person who first acted illegally by physically assaulting the other. It appears from the evidence that that person was Trayvon Martin.

Posted by: DMartyr at June 30, 2013 11:06 PM

12 Whats most galling about the whole thing are St. Skittles parents. She sent him to his father because she couldn't handle him, and the father was nowhere around that night allowing his 17 year old son to walk around knowing what he was. Now that he's dead, the both of them are shedding crocodile tears and are hoping for a big payday. The boy meant nothing to them but a paycheck, yet no ones called them out on it.

Posted by: Moshe Ben Avram at July 01, 2013 07:06 AM

13 I suggest including the video of RJ testifying that TM said he was by his father's condo.

I think the defense needs to emphasize that point, to show that TM was safe at one point and the only way the fight could have occurred where it did is because he doubled back.

Posted by: Eric at July 01, 2013 08:13 AM

14 #13 - Good idea. I looked for a transcript but couldn't find one. I guess I'm going to have to listen to mumble mumble and find it on video.
I'm sure the defense will reiterate during their case presentation.
(They haven't stated yet, even though it certainly appears they had all last week!)

Posted by: DMartyr at July 01, 2013 08:49 AM

15 DMartyr, go to legal insurrection. They did numerous tweets through the day. I remember there was a tweet about that subject. Find the tweet, and you have an approximate time reference for the testimony.

Posted by: Eric at July 01, 2013 10:18 AM

16 #15 - Lol, I wish I had read your comment BEFORE I sat through two hours of her mumbling!

PS: I actually did go to Legal Insurrection and browsed the post about Jeantel's testimony. But I didn't pay much attention to the tweets. Andrew Branca is doing an OUTSTANDING job covering the trial.

Posted by: DMartyr at July 01, 2013 11:32 AM

17 #3 Be advised it is not against the law to follow behind another person.
There is a limit on following but once or even three times is not a threat.
It is how ever against the law to commit assault and battery (ie kick ass) on someone who may just be going about their lawful, business as a neighborhood watch a pizza delivery person, building maintenance or walking their dog.
Followed? call the Police that's what travonn should have done but instead took the opportunity to kick a creepy ass cracker's ass and here we all are.

Posted by: obsidian at July 01, 2013 11:04 PM

18 The question I keep coming back to is, If Treyvon was that scared and that innocent then why did Travon NOT call 911?
If he was a crook, burgler, doper or on dope of course calling the law was the last thing he would do.
George Zimmerman was in constant contact with the Police.
Logic dictates who was a bad guy and who was the good guy, hoodie or a jacket with no hood at all. Whom was hiding what?




Posted by: obsidian at July 01, 2013 11:10 PM






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