That must explain the complete lack of blood on Zimmerman. Gravity stopped working for a period of time.
He was supposedly cleaned up by the EMS.
I have had a few head injuries over the years, there is often very little blood exiting the head wound. Most head wounds from falls or mild impact (a can falling from a shelf and hitting the forehead) don't yield a lot of blood.
A few years ago is a prime example. I fell, hit the back of my head, there was apparently an open wound. The people who got me up on my feet commented about it. They said it looked bad and I should have it checked on. At the time, our local hospital hadn't closed and I was only a few blocks away.
In the ER, the wound was looked at and cleaned up. There was brief discussion about a couple of stitches but it was indicated that wasn't really necessary since it wasn't pouring out blood. A simple bandage and a reminder not to irritate the area for a few days or to wash the scalp for at least 24 hours.
The total of blood was a few drops on the shirt collar....cold water and quick wash took it right out, and from when I was in the waiting room of the ER and I leaned my head against the wall. Nothing major.
In 1993 I took a fall, hit the back of my head against the outside of a store and there was some blood. Again, nothing of major amounts and nothing seemed to have gotten on my shirt collar.
Head injuries don't usually yield a lot of blood, if there is hair it will absorb some of the blood. George Zimmerman has some hair. Main point, head wounds don't always yield a lot of blood.
Yeah, thinking back to the 4th grade. I slipped on ice, hit the back of my head against a car bumper. There was a small amount of blood...I saw it on my hand when I touched the pained area. My hood absorbed some and I continued home from school. My mother never knew anything had happened. Point here, there wasn't a lot of blood, which may be the case with George Zimmerman.
At any rate, it wasn't that gravity stopped, he just didn't have major blood loss and whatever was there was cleaned up to get rid of dirt which could cause an infection. The EMS tapes (if real) which were leaked out confirm a 'second patient' without a gunshot. If the patient isn't George Zimmerman then who pray tell is it? And why would they refer to him as a patient if he had no injury?