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Federal and State departments announced their intervention into the botched investigation and coincides with Gov. Rick Scott's requests for the FDLE to get involved and offer proper resources to investigate the case. I pray Zimmerman gets f***** hard and raw up the buttonhole and gets his sorry, racist ass kicked around the pen daily once he is convicted.
Yeah, saw this and I'll hold my opinion until they arrest this guy.
LMAO at Miss Midwest! Thanks for the update! I hope the same thing, no vaseline!
I just read this open letter to Trayvon -find it here, and it seriously brought some tears to my eyes, and a weak feeling to my body.
We all need to keep this going, sign the petition, spread the word. Justice for Trayvon -- one huge step closer the state departments and FBI getting involved!!
This story gets more sad by the minute:
"He said this man was watching him, so he put his hoodie on. He said he lost the man," Martin's friend said. "I asked Trayvon to run, and he said he was going to walk fast. I told him to run, but he said he was not going to run."
Eventually, he would run, said the girl, thinking that he'd managed to escape. But suddenly the strange man was back, cornering Martin.
"Trayvon said, 'What are you following me for,' and the man said, 'What are you doing here.' Next thing I hear is somebody pushing, and somebody pushed Trayvon because the head set just fell. I called him again, and he didn't answer the phone."
The line went dead. Besides screams heard on 911 calls that night as Martin and Zimmerman scuffled, those were the last words he said.
Trayvon's phone logs, also obtained exclusively by ABC News, show the conversation occurred five minutes before police first arrived on the scene. Crump said the girl's identity was being withheld because "her parents are gravely concerned about her health and her safety." Her parents asked that only an attorney be allowed to ask her questions.
Martin's father, Tracey Martin, and mother, Sybrina Fulton, listened to the call, along with ABC News, ashen-faced.
"He knew he was being followed and tried to get away from the guy, and the guy still caught up with him," Tracey Martin said. "And that's the most disturbing part. He thought he had got away from the guy, and the guy backtracked for him."
The girl was so distraught after the killing that she spent a night in the hospital, the lawyer said.
"She was really traumatized over this. They were dating. ... It's a situation where to know you were the last person to talk to the young man who was one of the most special persons in the world to you," Crump said.
The lawyer said he would give the details of the phone call to the federal investigation.
"We're going to turn this over to the Justice Department because the family does not trust the Sanford Police Department to have anything to do with the investigation," said Crump.
Zimmerman killed Martin as Martin walked back to his father's fiance's home after stepping out to buy snacks during the NBA All-Star Game. After weeks of relentless pressure, the Sanford Police Department at last released emergency and nonemergency calls placed during the attack.
"These a**holes always get away," Zimmerman said in a call to a nonemergency number.
Dispatcher: "Are you following him?"
Dispatcher: "We don't need you to do that."
An altercation soon ensued. A few moments later a torrent of 911 calls flooded in and Martin was killed by a single bullet. Zimmerman claimed self-defense and has yet to be arrested, stoking outrage and claims of prejudice against the police department.
"When George Zimmerman is arrested, tried and convicted I will get a little rest," Tracey Martin said.
Anybody in NYC there will a March/Rally at Union Square tonight from6-9 p.m.
smh......on top of a senseless killing, trayvon's girlfriend is mentally f***** all up now 2. smh
im suprised this dude is not dead yet. where im from, he would have been missing by now.
Everyday I read something that makes this more heart breaking and brings me more tear.......I hope they do what ever it takes to get him some piece of justice
The disbatcher told him to stop following this little boy and he did it anyway, the girlfriend was on the phone and the little boy was scared, we heard the recordings.. what else is it going to take?
So sad.. dude sounded like a nut on the phone. I just understand how they say it was self defense when he called the police and the dispatcher said stop FOLLOWING him.
SACK CHASER said:
My cousin works with his Mother. she said he was a good kid with a bright fufure ahead of him. She also said she had to leave the viewing once she saw fhe Mother's reation to seeing hher son in the casket.
I wish i could make it to the rally in Sanford tomorrow, but i get off too late; may try to leave early and drive up there.