Thursday, March 22, 2012

Listen to George Zimmerman 911 call with possible racial slur (videos)

The original 911 call placed by George Zimmerman to Sanford, Florida dispatch has caused great controversy as many believe the words "F*&^$% Coons" can be heard directly before the responding officer warns him not to follow Trayvon Martin.

On Feb. 26, 2012, self-appointed neighborhood watchman, George Zimmerman, called 911 to report a "suspicious, young black male." Zimmerman can be heard giving a description of the teen and briefly describing his physical appearance.

Zimmerman stated they had previous break-ins in the neighborhood and referred to Martin as a "suspicious guy." Zimmerman stated, "This guy looks like he's up to no good. He's on drugs or something. It's raining and he's just walking around looking about."

The dispatcher interjected, "Okay, this guy, is he white, black, or Hispanic?"

Zimmerman answered, "He looks black."

Next the dispatcher asked, "Did you see what he was wearing?"

"Yeah. A dark hoodie, like a gray hoodie. Either jeans or sweatpants, and white tennis shoes." Zimmerman stated that Martin was looking at houses but was staring at him.

Zimmerman continued, "Now he's coming toward me. He has his hand in his waistband. And he's a black male."

The dispatcher asked how old he thought Trayvon Martin was. Zimmerman replied, "Late teens."

At this point in the recording-which you may hear at 1:17 in the video below- Zimmerman states, "Something is wrong with him. Yep. He's coming to check me out. He's got something in his hands. I don't know what his deal is."

The dispatcher turns the conversation to the fact that officers are on their way and encouraged Zimmerman to contact them should there be any change in the situation."

At 1:37 in the recording, Zimmerman is heard stating, "These assholes, they always get away. " After giving the dispatcher directions he then says, "Shit, he's running."

It would appear that at this point, Zimmerman began walking abruptly after Martin because his breath changes on the recording and sounds a bit rushed and hurried. At 2:21 in the tape, it sounds as if George Zimmerman breathlessly states the racial slur "F*&^*( Coons."

At this point, the dispatcher asks, "Are you following him?" It is unclear if the dispatcher heard the racial slur, but it is possible as there was a brief pause in the conversation, the sound of Zimmerman stating what appears to be "F*&^%& Coons" and then the immediate question from the dispatcher.

When asked if George Zimmerman was following Trayvon Martin (who was unidentified at this time), Zimmerman resolutely answered, "Yes."

The dispatcher replied, "Okay, we don't need you to do that."

Zimmerman answered, "Okay." Then stated, "He ran." Zimmerman's breath sounds extremely rushed as if he is still running after Trayvon.

He then sounds as if he's stopped running as he gives the dispatcher his home address and a place to meet him, however, Zimmerman than asks the dispatcher to have them call him.

Did Zimmerman know he wouldn't be home because he intended to keep chasing Trayvon Martin?

You may listen to the full video below.





6 comments:

  1. He say's fucking punks, not fucking coons.

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  2. It doesnt matter what he says "f*cking coons" or "f*cking punks". Zimmerman should be prosecusted to the fullest extent of the law - the "Stand your Ground" law does not apply to this situation!!! For any of you defending Trayvon's killer - you need some SERIOUS help!!!

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  3. Zimmerman was obviously defending himself after the little drug addict tried to attack him. Zimmerman was not arrested because there were witnesses who saw it and called 911 also.

    Trayvon Martin is dead because he was a fucking jerkoff.

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    1. That's a lot of bull. Zimmerman has a history of profiling blacks. He has made many calls. He is not a registered neigborhood watchman; self-appointed. He straps his gun on and plays cop. Block watchers should never engage a suspect. much less be armed. He is not a certified law enforcement officer. I'm sure these posts supporting zimmerman are put up by his organization. But no sane imparcial person would accept this as a stand your ground case.

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  4. I can see how people think he said coons. My first ever play through of this recording sounded like he said coons but after playing it again and listening carefully I can tell without a doubt he said punks. The giveaways are the initial sound of the pu. The Coo sound to say coons is very distinctively different than pu and the ending ks VS oons. Having headphones with a range of 2Hz to 30,000 Hz helps to make things sound clear and as they should be.

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  5. It is AMAZING how the race card has been slung around in this trial. If this was a black on white murder, possibly the black suspect would go to jail, but the media wouldn't care less. Now, we have this poor, innocent little black intellectual who was shot and killed in cold blood and the white man(eh..a little Hispanic too, but let's ignore that) is a racist!

    This is so disgusting. Just like all of the pictures (including one that is known to be photoshopped to be biased for the media, good job on that one) that you put in this video to try and make this little thug look as innocent as possible. Let's get real, truth is, Zimmerman was trying to proctect is neighborhood, Zimmerman was clearly beaten and shot this kid with good cause.

    If Zimmerman goes to jail, this country is wrong.Wrong, wrong, wrong.

    Oh, by the way, I'm Asian, not even white and I can see through the media on this one. Blacks need to start advancing their communities, get out of the its cool to be a "baller" or a "gangsta" and starting dreaming and achieving more towards being lawyers, doctors, etc. Black culture is stuck in a gigantic, life-draining hole that takes the quality of life away from all of their own people (and everyone else's). Its time for them to get out of the ghetto and embrace life as all other people(whites, Asians, Europeans, Indians, Hispanics) have been able to do.

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