George Zimmerman has a problem with the truth. He doesn't seem to understand that he just can't talk his way out of this predicament; the predicament in which he killed a man in cold blood on a rainy night in February.
Forensics experts tested the gun Zimmerman used to take young Trayvon Martin's life, and found absolutely no traces of DNA on it anywhere. None, nada, zilch. Scientists tested the gun in an attempt to corroborate a story in which Zimmerman alleged that Martin was on top of him, beating his head against the sidewalk and then reached around and grabbed his gun before Zimmerman was able to wrangle it away.
The results prove that Trayvon's hands never touched the weapon. It also proves that the weapon wasn't anywhere near the victim at the time it was discharged, completely blowing Zimmerman's story away (figuratively speaking).
Zimmerman has done nothing since the shooting but try his best to capitalize on it. He created a website asking for donations. He lied to a court about not having any money. His own father, a former judge, started a website to support his son, portraying Martin as a young black thug.
Zimmerman even had an interview with Sean Hannity, who has been one of his most vocal supporters, in which he claimed his total and complete innocence, and that it was "God's will" that he killed the young high school student. His story has been full of holes since Day 1, and the fact that the DNA results directly conflict his story that Martin reached for his gun while sitting on top of him, beating him.
The more truth more likely sounds like this: Zimmerman ran after Martin, pinned him down, and Martin probably fought back by hitting him. Who wouldn't fight back, right? Zimmerman, as he sat on top of Martin, pulled out his gun and shot him.
Why is this scenario more likely? Well, for one, it would have been nearly impossible for George Zimmerman to get his gun out of his holster if he were the one being pinned down. Two military men re-enacted the scene as he described and concluded that there was no way it could have happened that way. Secondly, it is far more easy to pull out a gun when you're on top of someone than if you're pinned down. Witnesses also saw the two men in this position, but couldn't say for sure who was on top of whom.
So, Zimmerman is obviously lying, but that conclusion must also be made by a jury in a court of law. A guilty verdict can't come soon enough for this guy.