The Blaze: Do We Know Trayvon Martin Wasn't An Arsonist Kidnapper?

Glenn Beck's website, The Blaze, would like you to know that Trayvon Martin, the Florida teenager shot and killed by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman, might have been an arsonist. Or a kidnapper. Or even a murderer.

In an article attacking MSNBC's Al Sharpton for “exploiting” the “racial controversy” surrounding Martin's death, The Blaze editor Mytheos Holt writes that “we're also learning more about Trayvon Martin. According to reporters he had been suspended from school.” Martin's English teacher said that he had been suspended for “tardiness,” but Holt says he has “doubts” and listed every single offense that could have resulted in Martin being suspended from school for 10 days -- to include arson, kidnapping, and murder:

Or possibly even of the following, each of which carries a minimum suspension of ten days:

• Aggravated assault

• Aggravated battery against a non-staff member

• Armed robbery

• Arson

• Assault/Threat against M-DCPS employees or persons conducting official business

• Battery or Aggravated battery against M-DCPS employees or persons conducting official business*

• Homicide

• Kidnapping/Abduction

• Making a false report/threat against the school*

• Sexual battery

• Possession, use, sale, or distribution of firearms, explosives, destructive devices, and other weapons.

But whatever the reason, it's a case that you'll probably be hearing more about in the future.

This is a not-too-subtle implication that Martin might have had it coming. After all, he could have been a kidnapping arsonist. Or a murdering armed robber.