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7 reasons George Zimmerman won’t dare testify

TRAYVON_MARTIN_NEW_PHOTO_1Jurors in the George Zimmerman second-degree murder trial got to hear the former neighborhood watch volunteer describe in his own voice the events that led to his being charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of teenager Trayvon Martin.

Zimmerman’s words, however, in separate statements to police were inconsistent at times —discrepancies and obvious embellishments that state prosecutors will try to use to convince the six-person jury that Zimmerman profiled the dead teenager, had rising frustrations with alleged previous break-ins and initiated the fatal confrontation with Martin.

In short, if Zimmerman were to take the stand, he would probably ravaged by state prosecutors who would illuminate the inconsistencies in his accounts of the event in question.

Here are seven reasons why George Zimmerman won’t dare testify. 

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