Originally Posted by McNeese72
Zimmerman's story on the reenactment video was that he was on his back in the grass with his head on the edge of the sidewalk. When his head was being banged on the sidewalk he tried to scoot over so that it would be hitting the grass.
If you can, try to find the whole reenactment video online, not just the snippets that the various media put up.
That story is so full of holes. I cannot buy that story at all. His wounds are not consistent with his story. If he indeed was getting his head slammed multiple times on the concrete I assure you those wounds would be worst. Medical attention would have been needed. Concussion more than likely. He might not have been conscious at the scene had he truly been laying on his back with his head being slammed on the concrete multiple times.
The other issue is the screaming help in the 911 phone call. That is not the voice of an adult male. It also sounds like someone who would be screaming with tears in their eyes.
Watch the video where they take Zimmerman in that night. It does not show any blood on his clothes. His clothes look pretty clean to me. I don't see how you can shoot someone with them on top of you without getting any blood on your clothes.
There may have been a possibility cops took his clothes as evidence prior to going to the station. Now my question is this standard operating procedure?