The press tried making black-trash Rodney King into a national hero. They are now trying to do the same with Little Hoodieman.<quoted text>Kruidbos, who testified in a pretrial hearing in the Zimmerman case in June, said that he had reason to believe that additional information found in Trayvon Martin's cell phone had not been turned over to the defense.
Kruidbos said more than 2,000 photos from the phone were not shown to defense attorneys, including pictures of underage naked girls, images showing piles of jewelry on Martin's bed and photos of Martin blowing smoke.
Other items taken from Martin's phone included text-message discussions of drugs and pictures of a gun and marijuana plants.
Yeah You are one creepy-ass cracker.. Gilligan..
It's the culture...
Attempting to make a saint out of a sinner is what the Liberal Media does very often. They do it with the Magic Negro and now they do it with his son.
Before this decade is out, they'll call for an Al Sharpton Statue on the National Mall, too.