“Without a Doubt on a Stack of Bibles”: Trayvon Martin’s Cousin Swore to Police Voice Screaming on 911 Tape Was Trayvon’s
Prosecutor Angela Corey has released another batch of evidence in the Trayvon Martin murder case against George Zimmerman. The new information includes some of what the F.B.I. learned from its investigation, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
The report says that Zimmerman’s back was wet and had grass on it. Smith also quoted Zimmerman as saying, ”I was yelling for help but no one would help me.”
Zimmerman had his concealed weapons permit in his pocket.
An officer who witnessed Zimmerman enter the police station ”did not notice any injury to Zimmerman’s nose,” but observed Zimmerman “was ‘grunting’ as if in pain.”
Sanford police officers, Zimmerman’s ex-girlfriend, and his neighbor Frank Taffee were all interviewed by F.B.I. agents. Agents also spoke with Zimmerman’s former girlfriend, as well as his neighbor, Frank Taffee, and employees at the gun store where Zimmerman bought the firearm used to shoot Martin.
Authorities also interviewed Trayvon Martin’s cousin, who said he did not see Trayvon smoking marijuana the day before he was murdered.
When one of Corey’s investigators asked Trayvon Martin’s cousin who was screaming on the tape, he swore ”without a doubt ‘on a stack of Bibles’ ” that it was Trayvon Martin’s voice.
Additional evidence to be released today includes the following:
Also being released today, according to The Sentinel:
- Cell phone records from Trayvon Martin’s father, Tracy
- Emails from Zimmerman and Sanford Police Chief Bill Lee
- Crime scene photos and diagrams
- Seminole County jail records. Zimmerman has been arrested and freed on bail twice since he was charged with second-degree murder on April 11.
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