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April 21, 2012
Zimmerman apologized to Martin's family...or did he?
As reported in the Washington Post from the AP -- and this account is being parroted universally in the left-lackey media -- George Zimmerman apologized to the family of Trayvon Martin: In an unusual move, George Zimmerman took the witness stand Friday to apologize to the parents of Trayvon Martin for fatally shooting their 17-year-old son. Assistant prosecutor Bernardo de la Rionda took the opportunity to grill the neighborhood watch volunteer about some of the statements he made to police. (Emphasis added.) Eager to pounce on Zimmerman's surprise statement, prosecutor De la Rionda attempted to twist Zimmerman's words into an admission of criminal guilt and/or an offense of perjury, or at least a cynical ploy to scrounge for some media sympathy: De la Rionda: ... I thought you were going to address your honor, Judge (Kenneth) Lester, not - that's really addressed to where the family and where the media happens to be, is that correct Mr. Zimmerman? Zimmerman: No, to the mother...(Read Full Post)