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Yesterday, the Trayvon Martin case heated up as the prosecution delivered their closing remarks to the jury. Prosecutor Bernie De La Rionda was fired up delivering a harsh conclusion to the most controversial case this decade has seen thus far. Rionda brought light to the fact that Zimmerman’s stories aren’t quite matching up stating, “If he wasn’t doing anything wrong, and he wasn’t following him, why does he have to lie?” 

De La Rionda introduced the jury and court to a few pieces of evidence that kind of painted the picture of Martin’s innocence in the case, Zimmerman’s weapon (handgun) and Trayvon Martin’s Skittles and Iced Tea. 

De la Rionda to the jury, “What was his crime? He bought skittles.” 

The case can take an interesting turn tomorrow as the defense will give it’s closing remarks. 

@GiovanniZeus

 

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