Did George Zimmerman Cause His Own Head Injury?

This may be a new one for you, it was for me when someone responded to my tweet about the new picture of George Zimmerman’s bloodied head. Could it be that Zimmerman’s head wound was self inflicted after he shot Trayvon Martin to cover?

Self-inflicted RT @: George Zimmerman's Bloodied Head (Picture) - (cont) http://t.co/haYqtHfI

The police were already on the way and Zimmerman knew that. This seems to be a hard conspiracy to work out. Zimmerman calls the police with the intention to cover himself since he is planning to kill some random black guy in his neighborhood? Or Zimmerman has some verbal altercation, panics and shoots Trayvon Martin, then cuts his own head to fake an attack? I doubt it.

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2 thoughts on “Did George Zimmerman Cause His Own Head Injury?

  1. His wounds are small and the blood isn't flowing down the back of his head. It's trickling in indivdual rivulets, toward his left ear, and the right side of his head. It appears as though he's bent over for the photo to be taken. A glimpse of Trayvon's gray sweatshirt and possibly his hand is in the upper right corner. If these wounds were made by pavement, they wouldn't be so neat and sharp (and only two, with the pounding his allegedly received?) The blood would have flowed down the back of his head when he stood up. He claims he was trying to get to the grass while Trayvon was on top of him, hence the grass and dampness on his coat. He never put his head on the ground? Where's the dirt and grass that should be stuck to the blood? Most people when injured try to feel the injuries. The blood isn't smudged or smeared. He jumps up from being beaten nearly unconscious and has someone take photos of the back of his head? Who is this person? He claims to have seen powder burns on Trayvon's sweatshirt. How is that possible when he was shot in the chest and found face down? Did this person hit Zimmerman in the head and help him turn the body over?

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