Trayvon Martin was shot & killed on February 26, 2012. For over a year, the media went into a deep digging expedition trying to find every bit of dirt possible on George Zimmerman including doing some “creative” editing and analysis.

Yet, during the same time, little nice was found about Trayvon Martin. The little it came out was not the best anybody would want to see when trying to pontificate somebody as victim. I mean, you couldn’t even find somebody that said Trayvon liked kitties and helped old ladies across the street on rainy days.

If you happen to watch “The First 48” you will notice that the narrator, no matter how hard-core nasty the victim was, will say a couple of good things at the beginning of the show about the body laying in the slab/ground/floor so, what did the Media find out about Martin that we are not being told about? What kind of person was TM that even his neighborhood of Miami Gardens did not care much about the verdict to even raise 5 minutes of hell (or equivalent purgatory.) I know, I was there right after the verdict and it was a very darn quiet night, which is unusual for the neighborhood.

I guess maybe in 6 months or a year, we will finally find out who was the real Trayvon Martin. That is if there is some real journalist left out there.


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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

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  1. The fact that African-American neighborhoods didn’t act the way that most of us thought they would should be a point of reflection for us. So if Miami Gardens residents would have turned over a police car and smashed a few windows we would be satisfied that they cared about Martin. Huh?

    I don’t think any one knows who the real Trayvon was. Probably not even his parents.

    But who can say who the real Zimmerman is?

    Let’s be honest here.

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