New evidence is emerging that Trayvon Martin was not the innocent teenager that the liberal media has portrayed him to be. It’s being reported that the Florida teenager was in the middle of a 10-day school suspension on the day he was fatally shot by George Zimmerman, and that Martin also had friendships with gang members and a history of violence and drug dealing.
Martin had a documented history of non-violent behavioral issues and was suspended from his North Miami-Dade high school for being “in an unauthorized area [on school property].” However, it’s unclear why this was warranted a 10-day suspension because his school records have been sealed; trespassing typically resulted in detention or an in-school suspension for one day. However, there are posts on Martin’s Twitter account that make reference to him punching a bus driver, which is a more likely cause for the lengthy suspension.
The teenager’s Twitter account, which he gave the obscene name of @NO_LIMIT_NI**A, was also a major source of controversy. Before Martin died, his friends posted supportive messages about how they were happy he beat up Zimmerman before being shot. Several of his friends also posted photos of marijuana-rolled blunts in memorial to Martin.
The Twitter page also has direct evidence that Martin may have been involved in drug dealing. One of his friends tweeted him with the question, “Were u at a ni**a needa plant,” which is a reference to him selling marijuana. One of the teenager’s close friends on his MySpace page is also pictured making gang signs as part of his default picture.
Zimmerman was acquitted in the death of Martin last July.