Miami funeral director Richard Kurtz said that his examination of Trayvon Martin's corpse revealed no cuts, scratches or bruises, only a gunshot wound to the chest. His account appears to be another one of the many contradictions in George Zimmerman's claims that he shot Trayvon Martin during a life-and-death struggle. "We could see no physical signs like there had been a scuffle [or] there had been a fight," Kurtz told CBS News.

Cutting away the Hollywood glare and pundit pontification that's been going on, you have to understand that statements like these make crystal clear that a change in fundamental law is happening. George Zimmerman walked away from a scuffle he instigated and since then the nation has gone on a rollercoaster of a ride. As more facts continue to pour in from family members on both sides of the fence, Kurtz's account is very important. Trayvon "looked perfectly normal to me when he came in and the story just does not make sense that he was in this type of scuffle or fight in anything that we could see," he added.

Another day, another contradiction to George Zimmerman's story.