The Trayvon Martin murder scene timeline in a Google Map



This documentary, in the form of a Google Map, attempts to make sense out of all the confusing testimony, videos, tapes, personal phone calls, 911 tapes, and outright lies up to the time of the Trayvon Martin shooting. So if you missed the televised court case, here is your opportunity to decide for yourself if the jury got it right in it's Not Guilty verdict. This interactive map is far more detailed than any previous interactive map in he media and includes videos of actual court testimony, breaks down Zimmerman's reenactment video by each location, shows how Rachel Jeantel's phone calls with Trayvon Martin overlap George Zimmerman's phone call with 911 non-emergency services. It also indicates areas where there are gaps in Zimmerman's reenactment and how police were likely within the housing community when the shot was fired.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with the case, on a cold rainy night on February 26, 2012, an armed 28-year old mixed-race Hispanic Neighborhood Watch coordinator at a gated community in Sanford Florida, suspects a falsely-accused invited guest of "Being up to no good." in his non-emergency 911 call. And despite being told by police to not follow his suspect, George Zimmerman follows the unarmed black 17-year old Trayvon Martin, stating to the non-emergency operator "These assholes always get away."

Setting up a situation where Zimmerman would receive in court the "Presumption of Innocence" that Zimmerman did not consider in his judgement of the falsely-accused Trayvon Martin. This is also a case involving the controversial Florida Stand Your Ground and the self-dense laws that Zimmerman used to justify his shooting Trayvon Martin. Yet, despite all the lies discovered in his videoed testimony, the lack of DNA evidence supporting Zimmerman's claims, and the many unaccounted for details; jurors found Zimmerman not guilty of either second-degree murder or manslaughter.




Zimmerman's location at the time the 911 non-emergency
operator told Zimmerman not to follow Trayvon Martin.

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Location #17 = 7:11:59 PM 
"Are you following him?" 

Wikipedia
In reply to the dispatcher's question, "Are you following him?" Zimmerman responds with, "Yes." 

Dispatcher: "OK, we don't need you to do that." Zimmerman: "OK."


Sounds like heavy breathing or wind on phone.







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