Why THC In Trayvon Martin’s System Doesn’t Matter

According to CNN, the autopsy report of Trayvon Martin states that there were traces of THC present in his body the night that he was killed. Cannabinoids of an undisclosed amount were said to be found in his urine according to the medical examiner.

Specifically there was 1.5 nanograms per milliliters of THC and 7.3 nanograms of THC-COOH which in lay terms just mean that there was both indica and sativa strains is his system at time he was murdered.

Given these facts, what exactly does this mean for the trial? If you ask me, nothing is changed.

This is a murder trial, not a check into the lifestyle of an teenager whose life was taken before he even got the chance to reach adulthood. Any lawyer will tell you that despite the presence of the cannabinoids in Martin’s system, it doesn’t prove that he embowed them on purpose or even of his own will. Do I need to explain a “contact high”? Because of his murder however, everything said about cannabinoids discovered from the toxicology report stands by itself and the question of how they got there will never be answered as the absolute truth died along with him.

On February 26th, teenager Trayvon Martin was shot and killed by 28-year-old George Zimmerman in Sanford, Florida. Zimmerman was arrested on April 11th and charged but murder and has since then pleaded ‘not guilty’ by way of self defense.

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Author: Blake

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