Man pleads guilty over fatal car crash

Man pleads guilty over fatal car crash

Treyvon Martin is seen in this booki해운대출장마사지 해운대안마ng photo from 2012. Treyvon Martin is seen in this booking photo from 2012. (AP)

The shooting that killed Trayvon Martin and his 12-year-old brother was sparked when police said they sa더킹카지노주소w a young black man following another young black man into the park.

The encounter lasted about 45 minutes in the middle of a popular high school playground at about 2:30 a.m. Saturday. Witnesses said the teens ran from the parking lot after being chased.

According to police, Trayvon Martin was standing about 10 feet away from the other boy as the two boys were walking 바카라 스토리in the neighborhood on a narrow, two-lane road.

Trayvon Martin, 18, has now pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and is being held without bail at George Zimmerman’s Sanford, Fla., house.

Trayvon Martin was shot after a long argument near the home of George Zimmerman on April 25, 2012. (George Zimmerman)

Both sides have denied shooting each other while trying to pull over.

Earlier this year, Martin’s father expressed anger in a written statement after the prosecutor dropped the charge against his son. The statement said: “The prosecution’s decision was a sad decision and I continue to ask for the truth.”

Zimmerman was found not guilty of second-degree murder on July 8.

In a phone interview this week, his father said Martin, who had been on parole since 1999, has told him he had been receiving treatment for mental illness for about three years. Martin’s family, however, has argued that the case did not go well from the outset.

“My son, to me, is the most loving, kind, and sensitive young man I have ever met,” Martin’s father, Sybrina Fulton, said at the time. “I want to know what the facts are…. He has no issues, no history of violent behavior, no problems at all. He’s been stable.”

Martin, born in Florida, was among the youngest of six children. The other children, the youngest of whom was 4-year-old George, also were black.

The Florida case unfolded after three officers stopped the teens on April 25, 2012. When police confronted them, one officer allegedly said he believed Martin was armed.

When the officers found their patrol vehicle at the park, witnesses said Martin jumped from the vehicle into the road. Witnesses said the boy