Trayvon Martin: About Those Skittles… Judge Allows Toxicology Report
Report Shows Trayvon Martin Was High, ‘Tea’ and Skittles Perhaps Not An Innocent Purchase
Circuit Court Judge Debra Nelson ruled yesterday that jurors may learn about a toxicology report showing that Trayvon Martin, who was shot dead by neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman last year, was under the influence of marijuana at the time of his death. The report shows that Martin had 1.5 ng/mL of THC in his system, a level indicating that marijuana was abused by Martin within 8 hours of his death.
Zimmerman was recorded telling a non-emergency 911 dispatcher that fateful night that it appeared Martin was “on drugs.” The toxicology supports that observation and Zimmerman’s credibility. It is likely defense attorneys will argue today the THC in Martin’s system could have impaired judgement and induced feelings of paranoia, leading him to attack Zimmerman.
Martin’s family and the mainstream media, who have convoluted the case into an indictment of ‘racist America’, have attempted from the beginning to portray Trayvon Martin as an innocent boy next door. The truth is something much different.
Without further ado, here is everything that race card carrying, bigotry of low expectations, cultural apologists don’t want you to know about Trayvon Martin.
First up, Lean, aka DXM, a popular narcotic drink in Southern rap culture made by combining Arizona Watermelon juice or Sprite with Robitussin DM cough syrup and Skittles or Jolly Ranchers. The night Martin was killed, he purchased Arizona Watermelon juice and Skittles. While we have no PROOF he was going home to whip up a batch of Lean, we know he’s made the substance before.
There is also the suggestion, in Trayvon Martin’s own words, that he dealt in illegal drugs.
Considering the truckload of evidence banned by Judge Nelson demonstrating that Trayvon Martin was exactly the kind of fellow who would ambush a “crazy ass cracker” on a dark, stormy night, it is gratifying for those of us who actually want to see justice prevail in Seminole County that the toxicology report will become evidence.by