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5.0 out of 5 stars A Smart, Riveting and Eye-Opening look into the Zimmerman Case, February 21, 2014
This review is from: Suspicion Nation: The Inside Story of the Trayvon Martin Injustice and Why We Continue to Repeat It (Hardcover)
This book truly keeps the reader on the edge of their seat while it not only examines the Trayvon Martin case, but also the disturbing culture of violence and racial injustice in America. It breaks down all facets of the evidence in the case in a brilliant and eye-opening way and exposes the cultural issues that need to change in our racially divided country.
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Initial post: Feb 26, 2014 5:49:47 AM PST
Are you part of an organized campaign to promote this book? You're one of an extraordinary number of reviewers who have never posted any other review on Amazon. And these reviews are of similar length and superficial substance.

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 26, 2014 4:11:46 PM PST
bukhtan says:
I was thinking the same thing.

In reply to an earlier post on Apr 5, 2014 4:10:22 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Apr 5, 2014 4:13:30 PM PDT
Kale says:
Can you explain how blood flowed from Zimmerman's nostrils and ended up coagulated on the tip of his nose (see on-scene Zimmerman's bloody nose photo)?

Looks like he wasn't punched at all. The gunshot blast left stippling wounds in the tip of GZ's nose, so the gun had to be extremely close to his face. Stippling becomes microscopic with distance, so it appears Zimmerman took the gun recoil right into his nose. Guns are designed for reduced stippling so that it doesn't occur past the shooter's wrist, but a recoil would bring it right t the face. There's a reason why you're supposed to fire these guns with straight arms, v-formation and double-hand grip (to absorb the recoil).

Straddling the kid, Zimmerman didn't have the room, and he shot with his non-dominant hand, leaving blood evidence on the hand grip of his gun (documented). He also bled downward onto the kid's exposed undershirt (documented). The ice tea can in the pushed-up hoodie pocket had the kid's hoodie lifting 2-4" away from TM's body (just as DiMaio stated -- only DiMaio never mentioned this scenario because he was paid by the Defense).
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