The many inconsistencies of George Zimmerman have been revealed, as a new slew of evidence including audio, written and video statements, have been made public by his defense team.
The full raw and uncut videos of Zimmerman are now public record and they show Zimmerman walking through the Twin Lakes Retreat gated community the day after he killed Trayvon Martin, giving his account as to what happened that fatal night.
Zimmerman appears in the video with two bandages on the back of his head and apparent injuries to much of his face, including his nose.
In the videos, Zimmerman gives his account as to what happened, explaining that he had lost sight of Trayvon, turned around and was walking back to his vehicle when the teen appeared behind him and to his left.
Zimmerman says that Trayvon then yelled at him, saying:
"'Do you have a problem?' I said, 'I don't have a problem, man.' … He said, 'You've got a problem now.' … He punched me in the face."
That caused Zimmerman to fall, he said.
"I think I stumbled. I fell down. He pushed me down, somehow he got on top of me," Zimmerman said.
Like we’ve stated before, Zimmerman and his family have a problem keeping their story straight when it comes to telling the truth.
As Trayvon family attorney Benjamin Crump commented when he watched the raw video:
"It's clear to us and should be clear to everybody why Angela Corey charged Zimmerman with 2nd degree murder. Zimmerman once again has changed his story on why he got out of his vehicle."
So which is it? In the same sentence Zimmerman said, “I think I stumbled…He pushed me down.”
There have been at least four instances in which videos of Zimmerman tell another story. Take a look...