Nervous Time: George Zimmerman Juror Names Released

The names of the six-member jury panel that set free George Zimmerman over the shooting death of Trayvon Martin have been made public for the first time via a court order.


Zimmerman lawyer,  Mark O’Mara had asked the judge back in June to keep the names under seal until six months after the verdict. At that time, the judge set no timeline. The names ended up being withheld more than eight months.

On July 13, Zimmerman was found not guilty of second-degree murder in Trayvon’s death.

America’s NEXT BIG TRIAL Set To Begin! George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin Murder (How To Watch)

**Bookmark this page for live coverage of the George Zimmerman Trayvon Martin case.** 

Right on the heels of the Jodi Arias murder trial, we have America’s next big case all set and ready to go. The George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin case official began on Feb. 5th, with preliminary proceedings, which also would have been Trayvon’s 18th birthday.. I’m just noting that odd fact.


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Did NBC Help Make George Zimmerman America’s Most Hated?

I’m not a big George Zimmerman fan but I have to admit he may be on to something in his filing of a defamation lawsuit against network giants, NBC.

What would the world’s view be of Zimmerman had we all had the chance to hear the entire 911 tape from the get-go? NBC altered the tape to make him seem as though he voluntarily told the operator that Trayvon Martin was black. When the full tape was released, the operator asks Zimmerman to describe Martin’s race hence his answer.

Zimmerman accuses NBC of creating a “false and defamatory misimpression using the oldest form of yellow journalism: manipulating Zimmerman’s own words, splicing together disparate parts of the recording to create the illusion of statements that Zimmerman never actually made.” He Claims the network falsely made Zimmerman look like a “hostile racist.”

NBC falsely inserted the race card which did more than make a bad situation worse — all in the name of ratings — For that they should pay, both families.