Skip to comments.George Zimmerman Video Shows Little Evidence of Broken Nose, Doctor Says
Posted on 04/03/2012 5:33:22 AM PDT by ironman
...shows little evidence of a broken nose, the president of the Florida College of Emergency Physicians said today.
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Years ago when involved in a car accident the EMTs told me to see my Dr the next day, that immediate medical (life saving) attention was not needed. I had a broken rib that needed an X-ray to diagnose. (Our X-ray department in the local hospital was not available during the night hours.) Woke up the next day feeling I'd been hit by a Mack Truck instead of a VW bug.
His medical evaluations would be consistent to my experience for what it's worth.
Maybe, if Zimmerman did not get his nose hit, he had no blood from Martin on his shirt, he had no head wound, and he never screamed for help, maybe he did not shoot Martin.
There were a few Republican’s he contributed to. Did not do the research to determine if they were RINO’s. Know that at least 1 was.
Thanks for the info.
My brother-in-law, who is an Oncologist, was approached by Jeffrey Feiger's law firm back in the mid '90's to work for them as their "expert witness" but he turned them down knowing full well that he would have to compromise his vast medical knowledge just to win a case for Feiger.
Instead, he does accept invitations to testify on behalf of defendants........
So how many physicians were approached for their opinion before they found one to give them the answer they were looking for?
Why have ER Docs and an Emergency Department if you can diagnose via video?
No doctor worth a damn would try to diagnose someone on a video!
That is beyond STUPID!
@jtLOL @ABC @DailyCaller @YahooCutline actually our reporting was correct — always said the vid shows no sign of blood or trauma on GZ
@Reuters Craig Sonner told @ABC last week that if charged he would personally drive Zimmerman to Sanford PD. More on @ABCWorldNews
@AC360 #TrayvonMartin kudos to #AC360 and @andersoncooper for staying on this story for weeks - and not letting up.
"While I was in such close contact with Zimmerman, I could observe that his back appeared to be wet and was covered in grass, as if he had been laying on his back on the ground. Zimmerman was also bleeding from the nose and back of his head."