Skip to comments.Trayvon Martin’s Stepmother Speaks Out: ‘They Ignore Me…But I Raised Him’ [VIDEO]
Posted on 06/30/2013 4:37:30 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
In an emotional interview with Anderson Cooper, Trayvon Martins stepmother, Alicia Stanley, opened up about her inconsolable grief at the loss of a boy she helped to raise for 14 years, Zimmermans guilt, Trayvons character and being ignored by Trayvons father, Tracy Martin.
Her voice shaking with pain and tears in her eyes, Stanley explained that she had helped raise Trayvon since he was 3-years-old, and that he was at her home with his father and her daughters 90 percent of the time.
Trayvon was a kind person, a loving person, Stanley told Cooper. He loved children, babies. You know before this happened, I really believed he would have been working with children; he adored children. Hes not what the media make him out to be this thug.
Stanley said that when the media started coming around, Tracy Martin stopped communicating with her and she didnt understand why.
He would just he was busy.
Rachel Jeantel, 19, the last person to speak to Trayvon before Zimmerman killed him, testified that he referred to Zimmerman as a creepy-ass cracker, but Stanley is skeptical.
We didnt teach that kind of language in our home.(continued)
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No he thought GZ was a creepy ass-cracker. If St. Trayvon had lived long enough to become an imprisoned thug, he'd likely have become an ass-cracker himself.
Yet tattooed on his wrist is “Sybrina”, the name of the mother he loved who rejected him and threw him out of her house but has trademarked his name to make money off of him after death.
EVERY serial killer was characterized as something sweet and nice. Why is it that parents are always the last to know their little thug is one?
That all seems probable. I had been trying to figure out all the various relationships.
Tracy Martin is quite the ladies’ man, eh?
No wonder kids these days get so screwed up. With all the “relationships” of the adults, the kids slip through the cracks.
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