Medical Examiner In Zimmerman Trial Sues For $100M, Claims Prosecution Threw Case [VIDEO]

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  • In a bombshell allegation, Florida medical examiner, Dr. Shiping Bao, claims that Florida state prosecutors were biased against Trayvon Martin and purposely threw the case, and he is suing the state for $100 million, reports WFTV.com.

    According to Bao, the medical examiner, state attorney’s office, and Sanford Police Department all felt that Martin “got what he deserved.” Bao also claims that he received the strong, though implicit, message not to speak on certain things:

    “He was in essence told to zip his lips. ‘Shut up. Don’t say those things,’” said Bao’s legal counsel, Attorney Willie Gary.

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    Gary said Dr. Bao was made to be a scapegoat and was wrongfully fired from the medical examiner’s office. He said his client was prepared to offer proof that Martin was not the aggressor.

    Gary said prosecutors never asked Dr. Bao a question crucial to their case.

    “He wanted a question that would have allowed him to explain to the jury with scientific evidence how there was no way Trayvon Martin could have been on top of George Zimmerman,” Gary said.

    Gary said that question never came.

    See WFTV news report below:


    As previously reported by BlackAmericaWeb.com on July 13, a jury of George Zimmerman‘s peers found him not guilty of murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, who was unarmed on the night of February 26, 2012 when Zimmerman profiled, followed and ultimately shot him through the heart.

    During the trial, Bao offered controversial testimony that conflicted with some of his earlier statements, leaving some in the courtroom shocked:

    “I believe he was alive for one to 10 minutes after he was shot. His heart was bleeding until there was no blood left,” Bao told prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda.

    “His brain is still alive?” prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda asked.

    “Yes,” Bao replied.

    “He can still feel pain in other words?” the prosecutor asked.

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