Martin and Zimmerman
Paul K. writes:
Attached are two sets of side-by-side photos of Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman. The first pair is the one seen in the media for days now—both photos are of the men from years ago, when each looked considerably different. In Zimmerman’s mug shot, taken when he was 21, he looks like a thug. The second set is of recent photos of the two, looking quite different. It doesn’t prove anything, except that the media obviously prefers the subliminal message sent by the first set.
Notwithstanding the touch of youthful innocence, even (some might say) sweetness, in the more recent photo of Martin, his dead staring eyes, his set expression, say it all. It is, in embryonic form, the face of the remorseless Negro thug we see several times a week in newspaper stories about murders and rapes. Even if he was not a criminal at the time of his death, the photo strongly suggests that he was on the path to becoming one.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at March 25, 2012 11:40 PM | Send