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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 15, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) An ABC News report on the medical report in the Trayvon Martin case in Florida that indicates the extent of George Zimmerman's injuries after his fatal confrontation with Martin introduced. [In interview, ABC's Matt GUTMAN - outlines what is in Zimmerman's medical report and the doctor's recommendations.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Telephone interview held with Martin family attorney Ben Crump about the medical report. [CRUMP - states the family position on the doctor's report, the police video that showed few injuries; states Trayvon did not start this fight and lost his life; says listen to the 911 tape; indicates Martin was fighting for his life.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; studio: Jeffrey Toobin) Ask Crump questions about the evidence and discuss the facts from the medical reports that will be useful to Zimmerman's defense.

Cooper, Anderson;
Toobin, Jeffrey

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