Hat tip to Chuck Rudd and OneSTDV, here’s Wagist with the dossier/rap sheet of Trayvon Martin.
Here’s his rundown of the confrontation-
“Hopefully this info paints a somewhat different picture of Trayvon than the one the media has been forcing down our throats for the last several weeks.
“This is a complex case, and while all the facts are not in yet, we do know that Zimmerman was well within his rights to make verbal contact with someone he didn’t know or recognize in his neighborhood.
“In fact, that’s exactly what Neighborhood Watch groups are for, to be the “eyes and ears” of the community. It appears that Zimmerman was very good at this job.
“No matter how offended someone might be to have a stranger come up and ask what they are doing there, it doesn’t give anyone a license to commit assault.
“From what I can tell, Zimmerman was doing a routine neighborhood watch, called in someone he considered suspicious, and was maintaining a visual on him until the police came.
“Then he was attacked, had his nose broken and was in a prone position while crying out for help.”
Wagist explicitly states the opposite of what liberals and blacks imply, which is that Zimmerman did not have the right to speak to or confront Martin, and that Martin did have the right to assault him.