The defense wants to know who these guys are and talk to them. Since one of them used a card they can get a name. The defense can get a subpeona to depose them. When you watch Martin that night he lingers outside of the 7-11 before leaving.<quoted text>
If this is true, I hope someone has checked out the "credit card in the hands of thugs at a 7-11 to buy tobacco products" angle.
Seems a little "off" to me.
ID/Credit card fraud and all.
Are you sure it wasn't a EBT card? That would be a "crime", too, though.
I am serious, just for the record....
I don't think Martin a 17 year old would go out in the rain and walk all the way to 7-11 for his "brother's" candy. Martin was up to something that night and whatever it was may have a bearing on his actions towards George. It may tie into the Sam's Club serveillance video.
That's a great catch seeing the guy slide his card and with the time on the video they can track him down.
If Martin was walking toward my vehicle staring at me with his hand in his waist band I sure as heck am not going to roll down my window and say "hey how's it going?" that is the stupidist thing Serino has suggested that George should have done. There's a difference between keeping watch on someone and confronting someone. George never wanted to confront Martin...that was Martin's plan.
Trayvon Martin Inaugural Remembrance Dinner
Feb. 10 in Miami
Jackson and Sharpton Speakers
$75 a plate $1,250 table of 10