“Yes,” he replied.
“He was still in pain,” he continued. “He was still in suffering.”
Watch Dr. Bao’s cross-examination testimony below:
had enough in his heart to stop his trip to the grocery store…to get out of his car in the rain, follow him, and then as the witnesses make clear pursue him and grab him.”
“There are two people involved here. One of them is dead and one of them is a liar,” the prosecutor said.
As previously reported by NewsOne, juror B29 — known as Maddy – said that she felt Zimmerman was guilty, but prosecutors did not present a strong enough case under Florida law to return a guilty verdict.
Zimmerman has also been placed in handcuffs for pulling a gun on his soon-to-be ex-wife, Shellie Zimmerman, and for assaulted his father-in-law. Shellie, who has filed for divorce from Zimmerman, says that he feels “invincible” since the verdict.
Now, officially through the impending lawsuit being brought by Bao, the State of Florida will also stand accused of having the blood of Trayvon Martin on its hands.
See footage of Zimmerman being handcuffed after domestic violence dispute below: