George Zimmerman Shot Trayvon Martin ‘Because He Wanted To,’ Prosecutor Opens With F-Bombs

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Aug. 23 2017, Updated 3:25 a.m. ET

George Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin “because he wanted to,” according to the prosecution.

As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the day began with George Zimmerman’s family was kicked out of the courtroom while Trayvon Martin’s parents were allowed to stay.

“Knock, knock,” Don West said. “Who’s there? George Zimmerman. George Zimmerman who? Congratulations, you’re on the jury.”

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But state prosecutor John Guy upped the ante even further in the George Zimmerman trial, letting lose a stream of F-bombs. Of course, these were George Zimmerman’s own words, where he described to the 911 operator the “f###ing punks” that were always getting away with thefts in the neighborhood Zimmerman was trying to protect.

Guy claims these “hate-filled words” prove that George Zimmerman had “profiled, followed, and murdered” Trayvon Martin. Guy went on to say, “[George Zimmerman]  profiled [Trayvon Martin as] someone who was about to commit a crime in his neighborhood, and then he acted on it.”

Then Guy went one step further, claiming “George Zimmerman had concocted a web of lies,” including Zimmerman’s story of being beat up by Trayvon Martin. George Zimmerman says he received a bloody nose and head lacerations at the hands of Trayvon Martin, but the prosecution says, “Well, they looked at Trayvon Martin’s hands. There was no blood on them.”

To summarize George Zimmerman’s actions, John Guy says, “George Zimmerman did not shoot Trayvon Martin because he had to. He shot him for the worst of all reasons: because he wanted to.”

Do you agree that George Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin “because he wanted to?”

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