Monday, March 26, 2012


Shooter straddled bleeding, lifeless body with hands pressed against the back

Witnesses continue to come out with their own versions of the events in the Trayvon Martin tragedy.

Mary Crutcher who saw some of the events unfold right in front of her window, says that Zimmerman did not even try to help Martin as he bled to death.

She tells NBC Dateline that after he shot Martin, he had "his hands pressed on his back," "never turned him over or tried to help him" and that he was "straddling the body, basically a foot on both sides of Trayvon's body, and his hands pressed on his back."

She also added, "Zimmerman never turned him over or tried to help him or CPR or anything."

Zimmerman's lawyer Craig Sonner refutes the claims saying, "I think there were efforts made to render aid to Trayvon."

Sonner is also sticking to Zimmerman's self-defense claims, noting that during the altercation that led to him shooting Trayvon to death, he himself suffered a busted nose and gash to the back of the head.

(Story courtesy of theloop21)

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