UPDATE!!! Before reading any further please listen carefully to this witness’ testimony to Anderson Cooper. This is Jane Surdyka who at first did not want to be identified. Cooper did a better job with this witness than did the state Prosecutors! This lady makes it clear that she was watching when the shot was fired and just like Manalo and Mora, she never saw a position change. She saw the murder.
In my previous post I listed the reasons why I believe George Zimmerman got away murder and a lot of it had to do with the failures and oversight of the prosecutors that were responsible for convicting George Zimmerman. It is difficult for me to believe that lawyers that reached their level of profession were so blatantly clueless. The more I dig into this case the more it becomes clear that their inept handling of this case cannot be an accident.
I previously mentioned that four witnesses placed George Zimmerman on top of Trayvon Martin when the shot was fired. Why is this significant? It is significant because George Zimmerman’s story is that Trayvon Martin was on top of him when the shot was fired. George Zimmerman, who claimed to be in a weakened state and in a weak position, only fired the shot in self-defense he said. Would the entire dynamic of Zimmerman’s self-defense claim change into Murder 2 or possibly even Murder 1 if it could be proven that Zimmerman was on top when he killed Martin? Of course!
Enter state’s witness, Jane Surdyka. Jane Surdyka watched the entire event from her bedroom on February 26, 2012. At no time did she see an encounter that started at the T. At no time did she hear Zimmerman running or walking past her window talking to the NEN dispatch and reporting a fleeing Martin. At no time did she hear Zimmerman standing in the same spot and talking on the phone at the T after he supposedly ran by looking for an address, but I digress. The most important part of her testimony is that she was looking outside when the shot was fired and she noticed that the person on top when the shot was fired got up and walked away. She never saw the two men change positions. What is so sickening about her testimony is that it is not Bernie De La Rionda who got this woman to say she saw Zimmerman shoot Martin; it was Don West who got it out of her. She was the State’s witness and Bernie De La Rionda spent 15 minutes getting her to describe how she let her window up and what she saw Zimmerman do after the shot was fired but he totally glossed over the fact that she was looking outside when the shot was fired and she placed the survivor on top during the shooting. The only person that could have been on top according to her story as well as Selene Bahadoor, Selma Mora and Jeanee Manalo was GEORGE ZIMMERMAN. They could clearly see that the person on top was the only one who moved after the shot was fired. Again, none of those witnesses saw a position change and that is impossible if Martin was on top of Zimmerman when the shot was fired. That is impossible if Martin got so far away from the sidewalk because he stood up and backed away as Zimmerman claimed. So how did Martin’s body come to be in the grass and not near the sidewalk of death where he was supposedly bashing Zimmerman’s head? His body got there because in the grass is where Martin was shot as he screamed for his life. Jane Surdyka witnessed a murder. Watch Jane Surdyka’s testimony on the YouTube link below and pay close attention to Don West’s cross examination. He is very well aware that this witness saw a murder while BDLR appeared to be clueless. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RR4xCYlytwM