Skip to comments.Trayvon Martin’s parents get guidance on ‘Dr. Phil’
Posted on 09/13/2012 8:25:23 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Dr. Phil McGraw offers counseling to the parents of Trayvon Martin in a Dr. Phil episode to air nationally Friday.
Tracy Martin, Trayvons father, says to lose his child in such a harsh way tears him up.
Trayvon Martin, 17, was fatally shot by George Zimmerman on Feb. 26 in Sanford. Zimmerman has been charged with second-degree murder.
He didnt deserve to die, Tracy Martin says. He also says that he wishes he could have taken the bullet for his son.
In another clip, McGraw tells Sybrina Fulton, Trayvons mother, that she needs to give voice to her feelings and not keep them inside...
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“How’s that working for ya?”
Snort, Dr Phil ain’t ven a doctor, in any sense of the word.
Sorry Tracy the evidence says otherwise.
The physical evidence and the statements of witnesses indicate that your son was acting in such a way that any reasonable person would assume that he was trying to kill George Zimmerman.
Given the available evidence a jury should aquit George Zimmerman of all charges.
Given the available evidence George Zimmerman should never have been indicted.
Don’t buy him gold teeth and a hoodie!
Thank GAWD...as a “soccer mom” I didn’t drink the Oprah “Koolaid”.
I swore I thought I saw Dr. Phil at the DNC applauding.
At 17 teens year old, this “child” could have enlisted. All He needed was “Daddy’’s” permission. Ain’t no kid.
He didnt deserve to die, I’m sure Mr. Zimmerman was thinking similar thoughts as in I don’t deserve to die at the hands of this thug.
Thanks, Oprah for the Dr. Phil and now for the Dr. Oz with his political brain washing and the interview of Mochell Obama.
Lost ehhh -- Face up to it -- he was at fault that night and paid the price for it.
....’this child could have enlisted’
This so called child was over 6’ tall and a football player, familiar with martial arts.
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