Late Breaking News In Trayvon Martin Killing: Leaked Justice Department Details Points To Sanford Police Cover Up

Sanford, Florida Police Chief Bill Lee stepped down temporarily after coming under fire for poor investigation by his department into the Trayvon Martin killing. New leaked Justice Department details may point to misconduct by Sanford Police.`

 

When George Zimmerman the community watch captain who gunned down 17-year-old Trayvon Martin called the cops to report the Miami, Florida teen as a suspicious person, it seems he wasn’t the only person who dialed 911 that fateful night February 26, 2012. Unconfirmed reports out of Chicago via ABC-7 News is reporting that U.S. Justice Department Officials have discovered that the Martin teen also called the Sanford police 911 emergency line moments before he was killed. This new information if determined to in fact be true will change the course of this entire investigation. Sanford police have continued to rationalize the reason Zimmerman wasn’t charged is due to the lack of evidence to refute his self-defense claims. Officials have said evidence and statements from witness support Zimmerman’s allegations and the department has stood firmly behind its investigation into the killing of the Martin teen. The new leaked information creates another perspective on this controversial homicide case. The fact that Martin may have called 911 (suspected to report a strange person following him) shows that he had concerns, was afraid, and supports his girlfriend’s account, who he was talking to on a cell phone moments before the shooting occurred, that someone was following the youth. This means that the self-defense claim by Zimmerman most certainly must fall flat, because the “stand your ground” statue in Florida doesn’t provide protection under the law in incidents where self-defense claims are made by the pursuer. More importantly, when the Martin parents filed suit to obtain the 911 tapes from the killing, apparently the call from their son to 911 officials was omitted by authorities. We have not even heard about Trayvon’s call up until now. This raises serious questions about the Sanford police’ intent when they provided information to Trayvon’s parents surrounding his killing. Also, the new details regarding this alleged 911 call from Trayvon adds credibility to the Martin’s claim that Sanford police misled them and provided false information when they claimed that Zimmerman had a squeaky clean background. Moreover, other disturbing details have begun to emerge. The public has been aware that the Trayvon Martin teen was actually killed about 70 feet from his Father’s fiancée apartment but his family was completely unaware. In fact the Martins had reported the teen as a missing person, they made repeated calls to Sanford P.D. while he was listed as a missing person, and it wasn’t until 3 days later that Sanford police led them to the city morgue when they discovered their son had been killed. Analyst following the case now say the youth more than likely didn’t have any identification on him, and with no criminal history the cops couldn’t establish who he was through local or national finger print databases. However, Activist Dick Gregory points out that a small town like Sanford probably wouldn’t have a volume of 17-year-old slain youths in their city morgue, and Gregory’s insight here is alarming.  Why did it take so long for the police to make the connection that the slain black youth at the city morgue was the Martin teen. In the three days it took the police to notify the Martins of Trayvon’s death the police could have scripted the perfect cover up. Trayvon’s alleged call to 911 combats any notion that he was the aggressor and cast serious doubt on just about everything that Zimmerman told 911 dispatchers the night he reported the youth as suspicious. Also, it has been widely speculated by many within the public that Zimmerman’s entire story was more than likely nothing more than complete fabrication. During the 911 call Zimmerman made to police he was overheard saying, “these assholes always get away”. The account he offered during that call also doesn’t make sense either. He initially says Trayvon is walking toward him to check him out, then suddenly for no reason he states, “he’s running away”. Audibles from that call depict sounds of Zimmerman exiting his vehicle in pursuit of the teen. Many feel Zimmerman concocted the complete bizarre story to create a scenario in which he would have the opportunity to use the gun he was packing to met out what he has wanted to do, which was to kill a black person. Trayvon probably called 911 because he was really afraid that someone was after him. His call not having been made public fills in some missing pieces to the case. The fact that the youth’s family was unaware of his killing until several days later, with none of them at the actual crime scene to voice outrage which probably would have force the police to do their jobs, created an avenue that made it possible  to treat the child’s killing as a routine killing of a black person, and is more than likely why such shitty police work was done during the crime scene investigation. The new developments in this case are monumental as it relates to a possible cover up by the Sanford police. There isn’t any sound reason or explanation that could be offered as to  why the Martin teen’s 911 call wasn’t caught by Sanford police officials, or why it apparently was suppressed and is now an element of this case that will dictate where the investigation goes from here.

 

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Sanford, Florida Police Chief Bill Lee stepped down temporarily after coming under fire for poor investigation by his department into the Trayvon Martin killing. New leaked Justice Department details may point to misconduct by Sanford Police.`

 

When George Zimmerman the community watch captain who gunned down 17-year-old Trayvon Martin called the cops to report the Miami, Florida teen as a suspicious person, it seems he wasn’t the only person who dialed 911 that fateful night February 26, 2012. Unconfirmed reports out of Chicago via ABC-7 News is reporting that U.S. Justice Department Officials have discovered that the Martin teen also called the Sanford police 911 emergency line moments before he was killed. This new information if determined to in fact be true will change the course of this entire investigation. Sanford police have continued to rationalize the reason Zimmerman wasn’t charged is due to the lack of evidence to refute his self-defense claims. Officials have said evidence and statements from witness support Zimmerman’s allegations and the department has stood firmly behind its investigation into the killing of the Martin teen. The new leaked information creates another perspective on this controversial homicide case. The fact that Martin may have called 911 (suspected to report a strange person following him) shows that he had concerns, was afraid, and supports his girlfriend’s account, who he was talking to on a cell phone moments before the shooting occurred, that someone was following the youth. This means that the self-defense claim by Zimmerman most certainly must fall flat, because the “stand your ground” statue in Florida doesn’t provide protection under the law in incidents where self-defense claims are made by the pursuer. More importantly, when the Martin parents filed suit to obtain the 911 tapes from the killing, apparently the call from their son to 911 officials was omitted by authorities. We have not even heard about Trayvon’s call up until now. This raises serious questions about the Sanford police’ intent when they provided information to Trayvon’s parents surrounding his killing. Also, the new details regarding this alleged 911 call from Trayvon adds credibility to the Martin’s claim that Sanford police misled them and provided false information when they claimed that Zimmerman had a squeaky clean background. Moreover, other disturbing details have begun to emerge. The public has been aware that the Trayvon Martin teen was actually killed about 70 feet from his Father’s fiancée apartment but his family was completely unaware. In fact the Martins had reported the teen as a missing person, they made repeated calls to Sanford P.D. while he was listed as a missing person, and it wasn’t until 3 days later that Sanford police led them to the city morgue when they discovered their son had been killed. Analyst following the case now say the youth more than likely didn’t have any identification on him, and with no criminal history the cops couldn’t establish who he was through local or national finger print databases. However, Activist Dick Gregory points out that a small town like Sanford probably wouldn’t have a volume of 17-year-old slain youths in their city morgue, and Gregory’s insight here is alarming.  Why did it take so long for the police to make the connection that the slain black youth at the city morgue was the Martin teen. In the three days it took the police to notify the Martins of Trayvon’s death the police could have scripted the perfect cover up. Trayvon’s alleged call to 911 combats any notion that he was the aggressor and cast serious doubt on just about everything that Zimmerman told 911 dispatchers the night he reported the youth as suspicious. Also, it has been widely speculated by many within the public that Zimmerman’s entire story was more than likely nothing more than complete fabrication. During the 911 call Zimmerman made to police he was overheard saying, “these assholes always get away”. The account he offered during that call also doesn’t make sense either. He initially says Trayvon is walking toward him to check him out, then suddenly for no reason he states, “he’s running away”. Audibles from that call depict sounds of Zimmerman exiting his vehicle in pursuit of the teen. Many feel Zimmerman concocted the complete bizarre story to create a scenario in which he would have the opportunity to use the gun he was packing to met out what he has wanted to do, which was to kill a black person. Trayvon probably called 911 because he was really afraid that someone was after him. His call not having been made public fills in some missing pieces to the case. The fact that the youth’s family was unaware of his killing until several days later, with none of them at the actual crime scene to voice outrage which probably would have force the police to do their jobs, created an avenue that made it possible  to treat the child’s killing as a routine killing of a black person, and is more than likely why such shitty police work was done during the crime scene investigation. The new developments in this case are monumental as it relates to a possible cover up by the Sanford police. There isn’t any sound reason or explanation that could be offered as to  why the Martin teen’s 911 call wasn’t caught by Sanford police officials, or why it apparently was suppressed and is now an element of this case that will dictate where the investigation goes from here.

 

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8 Responses to “Late Breaking News In Trayvon Martin Killing: Leaked Justice Department Details Points To Sanford Police Cover Up”

  1. Joshua Kricker says:

    Does Trayvon’s 9-11 call still exist or have the police “taped over” it? This just adds to the public perception that exists already that the local police investigation was shoddy either intentionally or by institutionalized incompetence. Either way, the Sanford P.D. needs to clean house entirely and new, strict protocols be enacted of how investigations are to be carried out.

  2. Guest says:

    Someone needs to learn the art of using paragraphs and proper punctuation.  This article is VERY poorly written.

    • Audimait says:

      ?Zimmerman supporter literally reduced to bitching about punctuation. Knock yourself out with mine you may find spelling errors too.

    • goddbody says:

      Typical white person. Read or encounter something they disagree with, and begin whining like a little bitch! Is critiques of grammar the best you could come up with?

  3. I wonder how many people actually follow this so called news site.  Alot of..  “he probably” did this and that.  Don’t get me wrong, if I had a website, and wanted to throw out my ideas, I would.  Fact is, I don’t.  If I did however, I wouldn’t use words such as probably, and shitty, and “packing”.  I guess the readers of this site aren’t really educated.  Best of luck.

    • No one cares what you think. Please continue to go around the internet defending a murderer though. Good luck with that

    • Mrmandingo2u says:

      Not educated? I am a college graduate my friend. Maybe you are just using the same stereotyping methods that Zimmerman used to justify HIS own ignorance. Just a thought.

  4. Norm says:

    If the kid called 911 from his cell phone their will be a record of his having placed the call and the duration of it from his cell carrier. At 17, chances are his parents are on the account and can surely get that information. Some 911 calls get routed funny due to cell carrier patching. Why make a wild conspiracy deal out of something so easily checked? He made the call or he didn’t. Check his phone bill.

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