Latest Media Lie Exposed: George Zimmerman Weighs 170 Pounds Not 240 Pounds

Here is the latest media lie exposed on the Trayvon Martin killing.
George Zimmerman weighs 170 pounds not 240 pounds.

And, ABC released more video today that shows that Zimmerman was injured in the attack.

Just One Minute reported on this earlier today:

Either the NY Times needs to tear out the front page or they have just delivered an epic fail.  In either case, they have delivered a tilt to the scales of justice.

In a long attempt to detail the night of the Trayvon Martin killing they include this description of the fatal scuffle:

However it started, witnesses described to the 911 dispatcher what resulted: the neighborhood watch coordinator, 5-foot-9 and 170 pounds, and the visitor, 6-foot-1 and 150, wrestling on the ground.

To my knowledge nobody anywhere has ever suggested that Zimmerman weighed 170 pounds [His friend did on March 27!].  I would say that the low bid I have seen is 220, although some people did remark that he looked smaller than they expected in the infamous ABC video taken the night he was brought in.

Trayvon Martin is consistently described as 140 lbs, although the police report had him at 160.  The Sanford PD initial police report listed a weight for Martin but not Zimmerman; in retrospect, that will rank as one of the biggest blunders of their investigation.

I am serious – if the Times is correctly telling us that Zimmerman was roughly Martin’s size, that changes the whole theme of the scary large man stalking the overmatched boy.  Do I need links to document how widespread that meme is?

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