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Florida / Martin Death / Zimmerman / Evidence / A Discussion (Part I) #1022153

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 17, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on a trove of evidence in the Florida death of Trayvon Martin in February examined; video of Martin in the store, photos of shooter George Zimmerman with injuries, including a broken nose, shown; details given of the Sanford police report and the FBI analysis of the phone calls.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; studio: Martin Savidge) The words used by Zimmerman in the 911 audiotape, the questions about the unidentifiable voices on the tape and pictures of George's hands discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with InSession's Sunny Hostin and criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos and John Jay College of Law professor Lawrence Kobilinsky about the new evidence in the Martin case. [HOSTIN - says the real issue is who started this confrontation.] [GERAGOS - separates argument from the evidence that undercuts the prosecution's case; comments on the inconclusive voice evidence.] [KOBILINSKY - comments on the forensic evidence about the shooting.] [ALL - debate the distance between the two men at the time of the shooting.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Savidge, Martin

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