Zimmerman video may indeed show gash on back of Zimmerman's head

Just something to keep in perspective.  Zimmerman was treated by a paramedic at the scene and he was presumably cleaned up so that he could be treated.  The police report clearly states that Zimmerman was bloody and battered, that he had a gash on the back of his head.  There is a certain level of conspiracy involved here to have several police and a paramedic colluding on this statement.  Zimmerman's lawyer also repeatedly mentions that Zimmerman's nose was broken.

The Daily Caller has examined the ABC News clip of Zimmerman arriving at the police station and it appears that there might indeed be a gash on Zimmerman's head.

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Blogger Martin G. Schalz said...

I can assure you that Mr. Zimmerman was cleaned up. Law Enforcement and Fire/Rescue treat bodily fluids as a bio hazard, and are equipped to deal with the problem.

To even contemplate denying this fact is simply absurd. Think about it... What are the chances of LE/Fire personnel encountering an HIV infected individual in their line of work? Would you take a chance at getting infected? OSHA, EPA, DOT, State and local regs cover this quite well.

Can you imagine the outrage of the Police and Fire unions if they were denied the equipment needed to be protected from infection?

Zimmerman was cleaned up. No if's, but's, or maybe's about it.

Anyone who tries to say that he wasn't cleaned up is perpetrating a falsehood in order to further their personnal agendas.

3/30/2012 1:24 PM  

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