Knock-Knock Joke Falls Flat in Trayvon Martin Case

George Zimmerman's lawyer delivers a joke to jurors in his opening statements.
1:25 | 06/24/13

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I think. The evidence will show. That this is a sad case. That there are no monsters. You. Sometimes. You have to laugh. To keep from crying. So let me. At considerable risk let me let me say. Would like to tell you little joke I know how that these to do weird in this context under these circumstances. But I think -- the perfect audience for it. As long as you. Don't if you don't like it we don't think it's funny and appropriate that you don't hold it against mr. Zimmerman can hold it against me. -- -- I have your assurance. He won't. -- goes. Do not not. Who's there. George Zimmermann. George Zimmermann who. All right good. You're on the jury. Nothing. That's funny. After what you folks have been through the last two or three weeks. Let's get on to however is serious business wire here.

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