It certainly is a changing story. Trayvon was on top of him. Trayvon struggled for the gun. Trayvon turned to come back to beat him up some more? Which story will it be tomorrow?
Yes it is which shows we still do not know what happened, although many people seem to think they know every last detail of what happened even though they have seen none of the physical evidence, or the bodies involved (Martin and Zimmerman).
The problem is Zimmerman wasn't that injured from his "fight". You can argue all you want about 'bleeding' but it takes more than a little blood to make one fear for their life.
We don't really know, now do we? By the time he was brought to the station (in handcuffs by the way for those who keep saying he was never even taken in to the station) time had passed, the EMS had been there, police had talked with him a little, it wasn't like he just got his head knocked into something two seconds earlier, several minutes had already passed. I have had head injuries, and after a few minutes I've gotten my bearings back and although slightly dazed was able to function and speak coherently.
Further, it's not about bleeding which makes a person fear for his life. The comments I made on bleeding were to indicate there does not have to be a lot of blood from a head trauma. What can happen, what may of happened to Mr.Zimmerman (if he was actually injured, and I say if because I don't know), is this- He was pushed, or punched and maybe fell backwards or maybe he was tackled down (we have been handed all scenarios). If as has been said in some reports his head was then banged against the sidewalk then he might very well have felt fear and in danger of losing his life. Perhaps he fell, then Trayvon made a move...either to help or to attack. In either case, perhaps George Zimmerman pushed him away or even hit him. Trayvon Martin then became angry, grabbed Zimmerman by the ears and smashed his head against the cement a couple or 3 times. Zimmerman at this point might well have felt he was in danger.
Or do you really believe Parados, that if you were mugged and the mugger smashed your head against the cement or a brick wall or anything else, you'd stop, feel around to your head and say "Doh gosh, I'm not bleeding much so my life must not be in danger.
" You would most likely feel your very being was being threatened with an uncomfortable end. You might very well fight back, if you could.