There was a report that Martin laid in the morgue for 3 days before his body was identified . Is that true ?(and why we all know why if true) that isn’t being brought out.
Is that true ??’
No, according to Update #10 - Part 1 (follow the link above to see it), Trayvon Martin’s body had no identification. Trayvon’s father and his girlfriend had been out at the time of the shooting and, when they returned home, did not see Trayvon and assumed that Trayvon had gone to bed. The next morning, his father discovered that Trayvon was not at home and called the police. At about 8:00 am that morning, at his home, he was visited by police, and Trayvon’s identity was revealed through comparing recent photographs of him to crime scene pictures.
His father went to Sanford Police Department the next day (Tuesday - the shooting was at about 7:15 pm Sunday) to see the body).
Now, I had heard the same report (that the body had laid in the morgue for three days prior to identification). I find it more than passing strange that it took a day for Travyon’s father to identify the body.
No, that was another fabrication from ABC. If you read the whole blog page that’s the source for this post you’ll see that ABC is in deep, deep doo-doo.
Somebody should do a voice analysis of the ABC “interview” with “Dee Dee”, to see if the voice before the break to the ABC reporter is the same voice as the one after the break (the voice which claims she heard the confrontation).
And somebody should check out what ABC has to say about the 911 call from Trayvon’s phone on March 2nd when Martin was dead but 16 days before Trayvon’s dad says he was able to get into TRayvon’s phone.
I’d also like to know why Trayvon’s dad had TRayvon’s phone if it was on TRayvon’s person when he died. Whether it was found by the police or by the coroner, I would have thought it would be submitted as evidence in the case.
Way, way too many discrepancies, and it sure seems like ABC is in the middle of them all. I wonder if even one percent of what ABC has presented is actually genuine.