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Wednesday, 4 July 2012

George Zimmerman Broken Nose And Black Eyes

George Zimmerman Broken Nose And Black Eyes, The morning after he killed Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman went to a clinic with what appeared to be a broken nose, two black eyes and two cuts on the back of his head. But the physician’s assistant who treated him determined he neither needed X-rays nor had he suffered head trauma, newly released medical records show.

Zimmerman declined to go to an ear, nose and throat specialist even though it was recommended, noted the physician’s assistant, who attended him twice. She also suggested he see a psychologist because of what he had just gone through. George Zimmerman Broken Nose And Black Eyes,

On Tuesday, Zimmerman’s defense attorney used his website to share the evidence he presented last week in court at his client’s bail hearing. He posted statements and recordings from witnesses who saw Zimmerman getting beaten, copies of his interviews with police as well as his medical record from the office visit the morning after he shot Martin.

Defense attorney Mark O’Mara believes the evidence demonstrates that Zimmerman received repeated blows from the unarmed teen and was in reasonable fear for his life when he shot him Feb. 26 in Sanford, Fla. He offered the documents to Seminole County Circuit Judge Kenneth Lester, who is expected to rule Thursday on whether to release Zimmerman on bail. O’Mara’s argument: Is it fair for Zimmerman to spend a year in jail before trial for a killing he may never be convicted of?

“At the June 29 bond hearing, the defense submitted a number of exhibits into evidence in an effort to demonstrate the weaknesses of the state’s case against George Zimmerman and illustrate the strength of Mr. Zimmerman’s claim of self defense,” O’Mara wrote on his site Tuesday.

The medical records document several injuries, but also state that the only reason Zimmerman sought medical attention was because he needed a doctor’s note to return to work, Duval County Assistant State Attorney Bernie de la Rionda said in court last week.