Finally, accurate and objective photographs of the two principals in the Martin-Zimmerman affair
Clark Coleman writes:
The news media are apparently struggling to find accurate, recent photos of Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman that do not bias their news stories against one or the other party. I have tracked down the most recent photos of the two protagonists; in fact, both photos were taken the day of Martin’s death. If you could forward these to any contacts you have in the news media, perhaps that would improve the objectivity of their articles.
Trayvon Martin, February 26, 2012
Yours is good.
Further research reveals that the photo of Trayvon at the left was taken by a surveillance camera at the 7-11 store where he bought the skittles and ice tea, and that the photo of Zimmerman was taken by a surveillance camera in the Twin Lakes community while he was telling the 911 dispatcher about his intense desire to murder black people.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at April 23, 2012 02:55 PM | Send