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Don't see there how the statement has been authenticated. How does the court know that the texts were from Trayvon?
BTW--the street fight video, in which the claim is that Trayvon is the referee (not exactly proof of violent tendancies, btw) has been challenged by folks looking at it online. The guy in the striped shirt has some tattoos on the upper arm--visible in stills. This does not match with what the autopsey report says.
Oh, and the news report also mentioned the testimony of a witness who said he say Trayvon raining blows MMA-style down on Zimmerman. That witness recanted most of that testimony when interviewed by the FDLE. Wasn't exactly clear who was on top, or who was yelling, didn't really see any blows, just sort of assumed it.
It will be interesting to see at trial if that witness had a prior relationship with Zimmerman, and particularly if Zimmerman called or texted him immediately following the shooting. According to another witness--the first to arrive--Zimmerman was on his phone talking to someone immediately after the shooting. And probably not Shellie, because he asked someone to call her.
"I am going to have to visit him again. He did not bleed enough for me, only his nose."
It was turned over as discovery to the defense team by the state.
It came from Martin's personal phone found at the scene.
It is on the link that it came from Martin's phone.
Is it relevant? To most any reasonable person, yes it is.
To you, probably not.