May 182012
 

ABC News reports that Trayvon Martin, the black teenager who was shot and killed by George Zimmerman on Feb. 26, had drugs in his body on the night of his death:

~ NOTE: This is ‘buried’ at the VERY end of this report in the last line:

The teen, who lived in Miami, was in Sanford while serving a suspension for an empty marijuana bag discovered in his possession. Martin had THC, the drug found in marijuana, in his blood on the night of his death, according to the autopsy. His family told ABC News that it was “trace amounts” of THC.

So tell me, WHY is this being buried by MSM?!

From FOX:

Evidence shows extent of injuries to George Zimmerman, left, the night Trayvon Martin was shot, while autopsy reveals the teen had traces of marijuana in his body, as investigators continue to search for motive.

Martin’s autopsy indicated that medical examiners found THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, when they tested Martin’s blood and urine. The amount described in the autopsy report is such a low level that it would have played no role in Martin’s behavior, said Larry Kobilinsky, a professor of forensic science at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York.

“This kind of level can be seen days after somebody smokes,” Kobilinsky said. “If it comes up in the case, I would be surprised. It wouldn’t benefit the defense, it wouldn’t benefit the prosecution, and if the defense tried to bring it up, the judge would keep it out.”

* Trayvon’s parents are touting: ” but it was JUST a ‘trace’.” Marijuana Is Rapidly Metabolized. It can be detected in the body for weeks and sometimes longer. How long it remains in the system depends on how often or how much marijuana the user has been smoking. If marijuana is ingested, rather than smoked, it takes longer to be absorbed into the blood, usually from 20 minutes to an hour and a half.

But THC is detectable in the blood for a short time, usually a few hours, because it is rapidly metabolized into molecules known as metabolites. Because marijuana stays in the bloodstream for a short time, blood tests for marijuana are usually not used, except in the case of automobile accidents and some roadside sobriety check points. Blood or saliva tests can show current intoxication. However, unlike blood alcohol concentration tests, they do not indicate a level of intoxication or impairment.

On the other hand, urine tests for marijuana metabolites can only show recent marijuana use, not intoxication or impairment, because of the time required between smoking and the metabolites being eliminated in the urine.
However, because many employers have a zero tolerance for drug use, most workplaces use urine tests for any recent use of drugs.

~ I have witnessed first hand how reefer can incite & cause erratic meanness. So they can downplay this all they want. I JUST hope a jury will not buy it because the Prosecutor is backing the parents in this case.

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As the report of Zimmerman’s injuries is exposed:

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ORLANDO, Fla. – Trayvon Martin was shot through the heart at close range. George Zimmerman had a broken nose, bruises and bloody cuts on the back of his head.


The lead investigator in the case wanted to charge Zimmerman with manslaughter in the weeks after the shooting but was overruled.

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What Zimmerman, Martin medical reports tell us and the media didn’t

See the Police documents in George Zimmerman case

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