Report: Zimmerman Passed Police Lie Detector Test

by Yvette Carnell

A day after killing Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman reportedly passed a police lie detector test when asked if he confronted the teen and  if  he feared for his life “when you shot the guy,” according to documents released today by Florida prosecutors.

Zimmerman  “was classified as No Deception Indicated (NDI)” according to the report.

Problem is, even if George Zimmerman is telling the truth, he was still the aggressor of this altercation. By Zimmerman’s own account, he followed Trayvon Martin, against the advice of the 911 dispatcher, and profiled him as one of “these guys” who had committed break-ins in the past.

According to Zimmerman, Trayvon walked past him once and disappeared, then circled his car and disappeared. Even if Zimmerman’s story is 100% truthful, that still left him with two opportunities to extricate himself from the situation, and he chose not to. So it was still a series of bad choices by Zimmerman that led to Trayvon Martin’s death. There’s no getting around that.

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9 Responses to Report: Zimmerman Passed Police Lie Detector Test

  1. bennie June 26, 2012 at 5:34 pm

    i WOULD LIKE FOR THE MEDIA TO STOP TRYING TO MAKE GZ AN INNOCENT BYSTANDER HE WAS THE PERSON WHO TOOK THE LAW INTO HIS IWN HANDS CREATED A HOSTILE CONDITION TO JUSTIFY THE COLD BLOODED MURDER OF TRAYVON MARTIN. i WISH THE MEDIA WOULD STOP TELLING GZ’S ACCOUNT OF LIES AS THOUGH THEY HAVE MEANING gz IS A MURDERER BASED ON HIS HATRED OF YOUNG BLACK MEN WHO “ALWAYS GET AWAY” SEND THE LYING BASTARD TO PRISON & THROW AWAY THE KEY HE SHOULD NEVER GET ANOTHER BOND HE IS TIRED OF BEING IN JAIL HE KILLED A PERSON HE HAS NERVE TO THINK HE IS ABOVE THE LAW AND SHOULD BE RELEASED FROM JAIL BECAUSE IT IS UNCOMFORTABLE FOR HIM PERHAPS THE COLD HARD GROUND IS UNCOMFORTABLE FOR TRAYVON

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  2. Samdromeda June 26, 2012 at 8:16 pm

    You forget that his father is a judge. The defense and the prosecution must be by the book. There is more at stake here than
    what is seen in the, all to willingly manipulated, public consciousness. [1.] There is the parameters of the Stand Your Ground Law [2.] There is the issue of liability of communities for volunteer and paid security personnel behavior to the wronged family and the local city government. [3.] This is an election year and there is a push to disarm the American Public on one side and there is a push to standardize the concealed carry laws with a national law that would enable concealed carry everywhere without fears of running afoul of adjoining state objections to your legally held license. Federal Agents enjoy this. States rights should not abridge the right to keep and bear arms in a concealed manner. I feel that this is a violation of the right to privacy. That being said… The nature of security and policing will have a stronger political framework as a result of what has happened. Nothing happens in a vacuum regardless of whether or not justice is done.

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  3. Ran June 26, 2012 at 9:30 pm

    There is a reason these tests are inadmissable in court. But even when you break down the million dollar question of did he believe his life was in jeopardy it’s not difficult to see how Zim could pass the test. I think we all know that at some point Trayvon beat the crap out of Zim (as he should have in that circumstance). If Zim thought Trayvon was literally going to beat him to death, he answered the question truthfully. That doesn’t excuse the fact that the situation wouldn’t have been a situation if Zim had let that kid return home to enjoy his Skittles and tea in peace.

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  4. D.Mcmillan June 26, 2012 at 9:40 pm

    “If Zim thought Trayvon was literally going to beat him to death, he answered the question truthfully.”

    Nobody has the legal obligation to let someone KILL them. Under the law its justified self-defense no matter what else happened. Case closed.

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  5. twyger June 26, 2012 at 9:44 pm

    “So it was still a series of bad choices by Zimmerman that led to Trayvon Martin’s death. There’s no getting around that.”

    But it was a fantastic choice for Trayvon to knock Zimmerman to the sidewalk, straddle him, and pound his head into the pavement… because you know… being followed or asked a question is grounds to beat the crap out of someone?

    You guys are delusional.

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    • Kells June 27, 2012 at 9:57 am

      Did Trayvon knock Zimmerman to the ground? Zimmerman is a muderer trying to avoid PRISON!!!! I’m sure he was the total agressor and Trayvon reacted! This was a child vs. an adult! Even if Trayvon knocked this grown man to the ground is that grounds to kill him? Bottom line is…this RACIST guy was looking for “these guys”, armed with a gun. I’m sure he wasn’t looking to kiss “these guys” with that gun!

      I can’t wait for Zimmerman to get to prison with all “these guys”!!!

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  6. VinceP1974 June 27, 2012 at 1:27 am

    You should get your facts straight

    “Problem is, even if George Zimmerman is telling the truth, he was still the aggressor of this altercation.”

    No he wasn’t. The things you cite below are not agressive acts that justify a violent response.

    “By Zimmerman’s own account, he followed Trayvon Martin, against the advice of the 911 dispatcher”

    It wasn’t a 911 Dispatcher. And no one is obligated to follow what they say anyway. The people on the phone are not at the scene and really have no idea what is going on. They are not in the position to make orders.

    “and profiled him as one of “these guys” who had committed break-ins in the past.”

    That’s an aggressive act? What planet are you from?

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    • Kells June 27, 2012 at 10:09 am

      You’re crazy! LOL This man is an obsessed racist and his wrong as caught up with him! Trayvon was minding his own business! Zimmerman started and finished this confrontation!!! Zimmerman was looking for trouble that day! AND HIS LYING ASS FOUND IT!

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  7. Kells June 27, 2012 at 10:04 am

    And I would like to add that some of us do know how to avoid conflict! Now it is assumed that Trayvon attacked Zimmerman! That’s BS!!!! So I guess Zimmerman approached Trayvon and said “hello young man, how’s your day going?” And Trayvon pushed him to the ground straddled him anda bashed his head into the ground! LMAO!!! RIDICULOUS

    And how the hell is he [Trayvon] banging Zimmerman’s head and covering his face with both hands? Zimmerman’s hands free! HIS STORY IS BULLSH*T!!!!

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