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Florida / Martin Death / Zimmerman / Evidence / A Discussion (Part III) #1022402

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 18, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A ton 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, audio recordings played of a discussion between the assistant state attorney and Martin's girlfriend, the 911 phone call from Zimmerman and the Sanford police report.

(Atlanta: Randi Kaye) The ambiguous evidence in the Martin case examined; photos shown of Zimmerman's head injuries, his clean hands; details given about the lack of Zimmerman DNA on Martin's body, what "witness 13" said about Zimmerman's condition. the 911 call with someone yelling, the FBI inconclusive voice analysis. the view of "witness 22" of Zimmerman and the question of drugs in Martin's system.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What witness 6 said noted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former prosecutor Marcia Clark and criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos about the new evidence in the Martin case. [GERAGOS - says Zimmerman's injuries are consistent with what he said about his injuries.] The girlfriend-assistant state attorney conversation played. [CLARK - says the girlfriend's testimony is compelling and unembellished.] [GERAGOS - says the girlfriend's testimony may be hearsay and not get into the record; wonders if this will go to trial in a stand your ground state.] [CLARK - downplays Zimmerman's injuries.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi
Duration:
00:13:20

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