George Zimmerman Suffocated Trayvon Martin After He Shot Him. . .
George Zimmerman didn't just shoot Trayvon Martin, he tried to finish him off. For what other purpose would he shoot Trayvon in the heart, flip him onto his stomach, which is the area of his wound, press his face into the dirt, and aggressively straddle him...
Zimmerman knew Trayvon was alive when he did this, because he said Travvon "was saying something like "ahhhh ahhhhh," but he did not want him to remain that way, because if Trayvon lived, he would eventually tell how he came to get shot.
Zimmerman couldn't shoot Trayvon again, because the community was aware of the conflict so, he did the next best thing, he attempted to suffocate him, and he practically told on himself, when he attributed his actions to Trayvon, "his hand was...on my face...he was like putting all his weight on my nose and my mouth trying to suffocate me."
Zimmerman was interrupted by a man with a flashlight, who was a witness to his aggression on the near-dead, or dead, Trayvon. To explain that aggression, Zimmerman assumed language of authoritative justification, " I need you to help me restrain this guy," while at the same time discouraging the man from calling the police, "I don't need you to do that." How cunning...
Fortunately the man wasn't stupid enough to help him, and he was smart enough to call the police.
Finally, after all of that touching of Zimmerman's nose and his mouth, in a prolonged attempt to suffocate him, there was no DNA from George Zimmerman on Trayvon Martin's Right hand: “No DNA results foreign to Trayvon Benjamin Martin" — nor his Left hand: “No DNA results."
Follow me on Twitter