Sunday, July 28, 2013

Juror B29 Offends By Stating She Is Hurting Just As Much As Trayvon Martin's Mother

Is She For Real

Juror B29, also known has Maddy, offended Sabrina Fulton, the mother of 17-year-old murder victim, Trayvon Martin, by stating she is a mother and is "hurting just as much" as she is due to his death. Martin's mother was right to take offense at Maddy's statements, as Maddy still has her eight children, when Sabrina is missing her precious son.

Clearly racked with guilt, Maddy is seeking a way to quell what the sequestered jury deems a shocking public backlash, over their unjust decision to acquit Martin's killer George Zimmerman. However, her words are more insulting than anything.

Trayvon Martin's devastated parents Tracy Martin and Sabrina Fulton

This case has just been offensive all around. First Zimmerman committing blasphemy telling the victim's parents it was God's will for him to kill their son. Then Zimmerman's mom lying on the stand, committing perjury by stating that her armed son was the one screaming on audio tape, when the recordings sound like a defenseless boy begging for his life, not a grown 28-year-old lawbreaker violating police and 911 rules.

Next, Juror B37 callously blaming Martin for being stalked and murdered by "Georgie" Zimmerman. Now this - a juror that acted with cowardice in the face of peer pressure, trying to justify the unjustifiable, seeking sympathy stating she is hurting just as much as the murder victim's mother. For any other jurors that want to come out of the woodworks, since you've already denied a family justice, the least you can do is think before you speak or do us all a favor and say nothing at all. 


‘I’m Hurting as Much as Trayvon’s Mother’ Says Juror B-29 (Video)

Fri, July 26, 2013 - Juror B-29 from the George Zimmerman trial appeared on "Good Morning America" today where she claimed to be "hurting as much as Trayvon’s mother." Juror B-29, now calling herself "Maddy," is a mother of eight children and was the only minority on the Zimmerman jury, notes

"My first vote was second-degree murder," Maddy said. "A lot of us had wanted to find something bad, something that we could connect to the law because all six of us, let’s not speak for all six of us. For myself, he’s guilty because the evidence shows he’s guilty."...

"I carry him on my back," Maddy said. "I’m hurting as much as Trayvon’s mother because there’s no way that any mother should feel that pain." She also apologized to Martin's family because she "let them down."