George Zimmerman Following Trayvon Martin On Video
Subtitled: One Of Numerous Pieces Of Evidence That The Jury Disregarded
Willisnewton worked on a team analyzing the clubhouse videos. Their completed project is on video titled “The Death of Trayvon Martin.”
Willisnewton posted here and I mentioned that in a portion of the East Pool Hall video, I saw a figure leaving the mail shed with car lights slowly following.
Since that time, willisnewton has asked, and I have promised, to either give the time for when I see that or point it out otherwise. The below video is of that clip, along with what happened at trial pertaining to it. It begins at about 7:10 p.m.
At trial, by an objection by the defense, sustained by Judge Nelson, the prosecution was forbidden to have the witness say whether he saw anything in the video. He could only confirm that the camera records the mail-shed area.
At closing argument, Bernie de la Rionda tried compensating for the lack of witness testimony by telling the jury what the video reveals. Prosecutors saw what I see.
The video below also shows the clip in slow-motion, and in an enhanced, or brighten version so that the figure is more clear.
During their investigation, the Department of Justice should re-enact by going to the Retreat at Twin Lakes at night. Having someone of Trayvon’s height wear khaki-colored pants and white gym shoes, they should leave out of the mail shed to see if it duplicates what the clubhouse video shows. Along with this, the Department of Justice should coincide the video with what George Zimmerman tells dispatch at 7:10 p.m., the time that the video captures a figure leaving the mail shed, followed by Zimmerman in his truck. Contrary to George Zimmerman’s statement to dispatch, Trayvon was not walking around looking at houses.
Posted on 09/17/2013, in Department of Justice, George and Shellie Zimmerman, Justice For Trayvon, Videos and tagged Bernie de la Rionda, clubhouse videos, George Zimmerman, jury, Trayvon Martin. Bookmark the permalink. 31 Comments.