Last Thursday I was prepared to post this piece of the Sanford Police dept security video showing Zimmermans being brought in for questioning and how ABC was being elusive with regards to Zimmermans injuries on his head, which they said wasn't there.
The reason I held back was because of the one part of the video that I captured showing some kind of injury to the crown of his head. But because the video and picture capture was not clear enough to be definitive proof he had an injury there, I choose to let it go.
I should have gone with my first instinct.
ABC, now has taken this footage and had it compressed to make it more clearer of the crown of Zimmermans head, which now shows there was injury to his head.
Here is what I was to post.
ABC News has obtained exclusive video footage of George Zimmerman being brought in to the Sanford Police Dept for questioning. And based on their "exclusive" video footage piece, ABC News is making the claim that there are "no abrasions or blood can be seen in the video"
"The initial police report noted that Zimmerman was bleeding from the back of the head", as reported.
ABC News also says Crump (The Lawyer for Martins parent) alleged that the Sanford police had leaked damaging information about Martin in order to muddy the case, calling it a "conspiracy."
Now this post is not intended to prove Zimmermans guilt or innocence here. None what-so-ever, NO.
This post is to show one thing, and one thing only.
ABC News is trying to create their OWN conspiracy, in my opinion, as I will show in three different points of interest, here, as I see it.
First, in the video below, ABC's "Exclusive" banner covers Zimmermans crown of his skull for 44 seconds of this 1:28 minute footage, as Zimmerman is closest to the security camera.
Second, at the 0:41 mark of the video, an officer is seen pausing for approximately 4 seconds to look at the back of Zimmerman's head. What is he looking at?
And lastly, but most important of all, comes at the 1:06 mark of the video, where there is a clear shot of the crown of Zimmermans head, where there appears to be a 2" to 3" laceration.
I have included a frame capture close up (see below) at the 1:07 mark where it shows this laceration.
That's what the officer was looking at!
Why is ABC News making such claims, when it is clear that there is a wound on top of Zimmermans head, when they say there are none???
Now the enhanced video and screen capture, that is much more clearer to back up this post.