When will the foolishness stop?
Sgt. Ron King, a officer, was leading a target practice in Port Canaveral. Port Canaveral is located about 50 miles from Sanford where Trayvon Martin was shot by George Zimmerman. Reportedly, King pulled out two targets resembling the deceased Martin. The two officers and a civilian port employee refused to use the targets. As a consequence, King was terminated from his position.
Newsone reports that Travyon Martin’s DNA was not found on George Zimmerman’s gun after forensic testing by Florida Department of Law Enforcement Zimmerman’s DNA was also found on the gun holster, but Martin’s DNA could not be determined.
This new discovery could play a major role in Zimmerman’s defense because Martin never touched the weapon.
This case has sparked lively discussions about race relations and gun control issues. It has also shown a questionable justce system once again.
More evidence in the Trayvon Martin case has been released today which include: video recordings, written statements, audio recordings and a police statement that found Trayvon Martin was running from George Zimmerman.
The police report paper work conluced that Trayvon was running from George heading toward his house. Also, paperwork shows that Zimmerman admitted to following Martin, but later denied it.
According to a statement written by police Investigator Chris Serino:
George Zimmerman, a 28 year old white Hispanic, will officially be charges today for the shooting of Trayvon Martin which occurred on Feb. 26, 2012. It has been nearly 44 days since the fatal shooting that claimed 17 year old Trayvon Martin’s life. The African American teen was walking home from the store when he was approached by Zimmerman for looking suspicious. He asserts that after following the teen and questioning him, Martin viciously attacked him from behind while walking back to his car. Zimmerman alleges Martin gave him a broken nose and beat his head on the concrete. As result, Zimmerman shot Martin in self-defense. Zimmerman was not arrested and has remained hidden and free ever since.