Evidence of Murder in Martin Case Builds

Trayvon Martin's killer George Zimmerman placed a phone call to 911 where he uttered a racial slur while in pursuit of Martin, February 26, 2012.

The Trayvon Martin case is building more momentum with all of the evidence surrounding his death.  The proof that Martin was murdered and not in a dispute and/or fight with his assailant is coming forward.  Tuesday, the EUR reported a cell phone call to a friend revealed Martin’s last moments trying to get away from his killer and now a closer listen to one of the 911 tapes may reveal a startling racial slur.

Our report on the release of the 911 audiotapes gave various viewpoints on the murder because there were several members of the community that made calls.  Each tape was different, but only one of the tapes came from George Zimmerman (Trayvon Martin’s attacker and killer).

Upon the first listen of the tape, we did not hear what he mumbled under his breath.  But as the tape has been further analyzed there is clear evidence that Zimmerman was anxious to commit a hate crime.  During his pursuit of Martin and when the dispatcher told him, “We don’t need you to do that”, the breathless Zimmerman can be heard saying:

“Fu***ing Coons!”

Listen to the tape again for yourself!  What do you hear?  I had to go back and listen to the tape from our Monday report to make sure that there hadn’t been foul play with the tapes.  But, sure enough, the slur was there.  Listen to the tape here.

-J.C. Brooks

2 thoughts on “Evidence of Murder in Martin Case Builds”

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