Sybrina Fulton was said to be inconsolable as she watched the her son's final minutes of life on camera.
The video of Trayvon Martin purchasing Arizona Iced Tea and Skittles moments prior to being shot to death by George Zimmerman was released earlier in the week giving insight into the 17-year-old's final moments of life. As he departed that 7-Eleven store, Trayvon met his gruesome death by the hands of Zimmerman.
According to reports from the family's attorney, Benjamin Crump, Trayvon's mother has been in disarray since over 200 pages of evidence in the case surfaced.
As reported by the Palm Beach Post, she has even turned down opportunities to be interviewed by Oprah:
WFTV spoke with the Martin family's attorney, Benjamin Crump.
Crump said he talked to Martin's mother, Sybrina Fulton, Friday morning. Crump said Fulton stated she was not interested in speaking with the media, and turned down requests from Oprah and "The View."
Crump said Fulton found herself trying to warn her son he was about to be killed when she watched video of him buying iced tea and Skittles at the 7-Eleven.
Our prayers are with Sybrina Fulton at this hard time. She has been admirably strong through the entire ordeal and is fighting to obtain justice for her son.
SOURCE: Palm Beach Post