A witness has come forward to give some first-hand insight into the final moments of Trayvon Martin‘s life, msnbc.com reports.
Mary Cutcher said she and her roommate saw George Zimmerman on top of Trayvon and made no attempts to administer CPR.
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Zimmerman’s lawyer, Craig Sonner, is claiming that his client acted in self-defense. Moreover, he says that Zimmerman suffered a broken nose and a serious cut to the back of his neck during his altercation with Trayvon.
But, Ben Crump, a Martin family lawyer says Zimmerman had no business approaching Trayvon to begin with.
“Its real simple, if George Zimmerman had done what a neighborhood watchman is supposed to do — watch — Trayvon Martin would be alive today,” he added.
“Trayvon Martin does not have to identify himself to a stranger,” he noted. “George Zimmerman never identified who he was to Trayvon.” “If he (Zimmerman) doesn’t get out of the car … if he doesn’t act as if he’s the police, none of this happens.”
Currently, Zimmerman’s whereabouts are unknown and he has yet to be arrested.