Trayvon Martin's Attorney Says New Evidence Needs 'Context'
Benjamin Crump appeared on The O'Reilly factor to talk about new developments
When news broke that there was medical evidence of a struggle between George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin, Zimmerman apologists silently rejoiced saying that he truly "stood his ground" and was not the hunter that the media has made him out to be.
One of them was Fox News anchor Bill O'Reilly who revisited the Martin tragedy for the first time since he invited his parents on the show for a very awkward interview.
This time he had Martin's family attorney Benjamin Crump on the show to discuss how the new evidence will "challenge" pundits' view on the case.
Crump, in return, asked that the new evidence be put into proper context saying that Martin was fighting for his life against a man with a 9mm gun, and lost.
Check out the clip below.