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1993 VIDEO: Joe Oliver (George Zimmerman defender ), CNN anchor

1993 VIDEO: Joe Oliver (George Zimmerman defender ), CNN anchor.

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April 2, 2012 Posted by | Eye on Justice | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Two Independent Voice Identification Experts Conclude: Screams for Help “NOT THAT OF GEORGE ZIMMERMAN!”

Two independent voice identification experts examined the 911 tapes independent of each other but came to the same conclusion. “THE VOICE HEARD CRYING OUT FOR HELP ON THE 911 TAPE IS NOT THE VOICE OF GEORGE ZIMMERMAN.”

The voice examiners used George Zimmerman’s voice from the call that he initiated to 911 as comparison.

Tom Owen, of Owen Forensic Services LLC and Chair Emeritus for the American Board of Recorded Evidence, with more than 30 years of experience states:

The voice heard crying for help on the 911 call just before Trayvon Martin was shot to death “WAS NOT THAT OF GEORGE ZIMMERMAN” and he believes the evidence is strong enough to use in court, as he just wrapped up testifying on a murder trial that helped convict a defendant in a previous case.

Tom Owen further states that he believes the test will be admissible in court and it has a certainty rate of 99 percent.

Jeff Weiner of Orlando Sentinel ask Owen to review the 911 Tape.

Click here to listen to interview with Tom Owen

The other independent voice identification expert is Ed Primo who also reviewed a copy of Trayvon Martin’s 911 Tape with the screams for help, also concluded that the screams for help “WAS NOT THAT OF GEORGE ZIMMERMAN!”

“Mr. Joe Oliver what does your gut tell you now?”

One by one, every action that George Zimmerman said Trayvon Martin committed against him is the complete opposite. With that said, in the future if you want to know the truth, “listen to George Zimmerman and flip-the-script, then unknowing to Zimmerman, you will have the truth!”

George Zimmerman saw what he describes as a stranger in his community and since “the a–holes always get away with it,” he made it his mission to make sure that this one didn’t get away.

Zimmerman proceeded to follow, stop and challenge Martin and when Martin didn’t say what Zimmerman wanted to hear, Zimmerman took matters into his own hands and continued to stalk Martin, catching him from behind; then proceeded to shot and kill an innocent man on February 26, 2012 and nothing that he, his team or Sanford Police can do to right that wrong [because clearly on the 911 tape Trayvon Martin was pleading for his life] but arrest Zimmerman, irrespective of who his father is and “Charge Him With the Premeditated Murder of Trayvon Martin.”

Do The Right Thing!!! Arrest George Zimmerman!!! Do The Right Thing!!! Arrest George Zimmerman!!!

April 2, 2012 Posted by | Eye on Justice | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Joe Oliver: George Zimmerman’s new best friend

Click this link to see “Joe Oliver on MSNBC’s The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell.”

As previously reported, Joe Oliver told ABC that his friend Zimmerman used a “term of endearment” when he called Martin a “ f—— goon” before he shot him, not a f—— coon” as many believed.

Joe Oliver proceeds to say that “I’m stepping forward for George because this is not a racial incident. He couldn’t stop crying. He’s a caring human being.” Oliver, 53 told Reuters in a telephone interview last weekend. I mean, he took a man’s life and he has no idea what to do about it. He’s extremely remorseful about it, Oliver said.

New York Times columnist Charles Blow who accused Oliver of “playing people like they’re stupid,” and Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart also joined in, leaving the former news anchor reeling.

“Let me clarify my relationship with George. My relationship with George is one like an older uncle. I’m old enough to be his father,” said Oliver.

Ask if he was a close Friend of George Zimmerman, Oliver went on to say that he never used the term “close” to describe his relationship with Zimmerman. ‘Well, that close was not ever my term, “he said.

“That close term was coined ever since I came forward to speak on his behalf.”

Oliver revealed that he quit his job to personally assist Zimmerman. Ask “How are you paying your expenses?” Oliver replied no one is paying his expenses.

Why would someone quit their job to help a friend unless someone is paying them to do so? Do you really believe that Oliver is coming forward to help Zimmerman from the bottom of his heart or from his frequent trips to the bank? “You be the judge!”

March 28, 2012 Posted by | Eye on Justice | , , , , , , | Leave a comment