HLN’s Nancy Grace fought it out with a close friend of George Zimmerman Wednesday night about who was the real aggressor the night 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was shot to death.
“You’ve heard the 911 call. Please explain to me how Zimmerman became the victim, and Trayvon became the aggressor?” Nancy Grace asked.
“In his [Zimmerman’s] statement to police, on his way back to the vehicle, in the darkest part of the tee, he is jumped by Trayvon,” Frank Taaffe said.
“Whoa, where did Zimmerman turn into the one who’s fleeing? He follows Trayvon all the way until the location of the altercation,” Grace snapped back.
“Trayvon Martin was already at his house,” Taaffe said.
“If Trayvon was already at his daddy’s house then why was he laying out there in the grass?” Grace asked.
“He [Trayvon] went back to see who this guy was who was following him because he had a lot of paranoia because we know he was up here on suspension,” Taaffe said.
“Honey, get in line. I guess about 60 percent of America is having a big fat doobie right now. I don’t think Trayvon was paranoid because he had a baggie at school in another city. I think he was freaked out and paranoid because he’s being followed by some guy in the middle of the night,” Grace said.