WFTV has confirmed that autopsy results show 17-year-old Trayvon Martin had injuries to his knuckles when he died.Yeah, it could support the claim. It sure could. More from the report:
The information could support George Zimmerman's claim that Martin beat him up before Zimmerman shot and killed him.
WFTV has learned that the medical examiner found two injuries on Martin’s body: The fatal gunshot wound and broken skin on his knuckles.
When you compare Trayvon’s non-fatal injury with Zimmerman's bloody head wounds, the autopsy evidence is better for the defense, Sheaffer said.
“It goes along with Zimmerman's story that he acted in self-defense, because he was getting beaten up by Trayvon Martin,” Sheaffer said.
It could. Then again, to be fair, it could mean this:
But Sheaffer said there could be another explanation for Martin's knuckle injury.
“It could be consistent with Trayvon either trying to get away or defend himself,” Sheaffer said.
But we also learned this:
In the meantime, there’s new information surfacing about Zimmerman.
ABC News said it has obtained Zimmerman's medical report from the day after the killing. According to ABC, the report shows Zimmerman had a broken nose and abrasions on the back of his head.
As the post title says, interesting if true.