How did George Zimmerman really break his nose?
It is July 14, 2013, the time is 13:15. It is a beautiful day to meditate, however there is a disturbance in the force. Yesterday, a travesty of justice occurred due to the inability of six people to correctly interpret a series of events which led to the tragic death of a 17-year-old child who just celebrated his birthday 21 days prior. Many people feel the case of Trayvon Martins death was about self-defense. The rest of the people feel that this child was racially profiled, stalked and shot dead through the heart.Although, I could go into a detailed scholarly dissertation, I have not ever been one to waste time and regurgitate information that one could obtain anywhere.For those who don’t know, a bloody nose makes for a very messy fight. In boxing a nose bleed can cost you the fight on a technical if your corner can’t stop it. Everybody involved will have not a little, but lot’s of blood on them if a nose bleed occurs in a fight. This happens 100% of the time. There are no exceptions. Yet Trayvon did not have George’s DNA present anywhere on his body except a tiny speck at the bottom of his sweatshirt. If the fight was as violent as explained by Zimmerman, there would be blood everywhere, not to mention the grass and sidewalk. I don’t care if it was raining, it would be obvious. His nose was busted pretty good, but the splash pattern was all wrong, both on his clothes and face for what he described occurred.Is it just me or did anyone else find it strange that George refused to go to the Hospital? First responders stabilize and transport. Hospitals treat and analyze. What caused the cut on the nose ?