So let’s review the bidding.
We have a photo of George Zimmerman’s head from the night of the incident.
Which is obviously clear evidence that Zimmerman brutally attacked Trayvon Martin with, um, the back of his head.
Then we have a probable cause hearing where the lead investigator admitted that, in the words of the Associated Press, “there is no evidence to disprove Zimmerman’s contention he was walking back to his vehicle when confronted by Martin.”
But, the AP adds,
Gilbreath also said Zimmerman’s claim that Martin was slamming his head against the sidewalk just before he shot the teenager was “not consistent with the evidence we found.” He gave no details.
But-cept, didn’t you see that picture, Mr. Gilbreath? Isn’t that kinda sorta evidence of the guy getting his head slammed into the sidewalk?
Where is this murder charge coming from again?
Other than the special prosecutor’s ass, that is.