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In 2012 Anderson traveled across the country and around the world seeking the truth. He met people who were struggling against seemingly insurmountable odds: Syrian refugees, gunshot victims in Colorado, New Yorkers who lost everything they had, widows facing a harsh new reality.
There were crimes that divided communities and launched important conversations about discrimination and ethics. In some cases, justice was served. Convicted of child sex abuse, Jerry Sandusky will spend the rest of his life in prison.
Marcia Clark discusses how a photo showing George Zimmerman bloody and swollen will impact the case and why evidence should never be withheld.
George Zimmerman's attorney, Mark O'Mara, says a bloody photo of his client shows what Zimmerman was going through the night he shot and killed Trayvon Martin.
The picture had previously been given to his defense team as a grainy, black and white image. In the color version they received recently, Zimmerman's injuries are more visible.
"It's frustrating because this type of evidence should have come out day one," says O'Mara. He argues the anger toward Zimmerman would have been quelled if the public had seen the high-resolution photo, which shows "why he reacted the way he did."
A lawyer for Trayvon Martin's family dismisses that assessment because the black and white picture had been released.
George Zimmerman’s defense team has released a color photo showing his bloody face and swollen nose the night he shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
Does the photo help their claim of self-defense? We’ll talk about that and more with Zimmerman’s lawyer Mark O’Mara.
The photo was taken by a Sanford, Florida police officer. Prosecutors gave the high-resolution image to the defense in late October. Previously, only a black and white picture of Zimmerman’s bloody face was released.
The 28-year-old former volunteer neighborhood watchman is charged with second-degree murder in the shooting more than nine months ago. Martin’s family says he was killed “in cold blood” and they claim the unarmed teen was attacked for no reason.
Mark Geragos says video of George Zimmerman re-enacting the Trayvon Martin shooting helps his defense. Sunny Hostin thinks it could aid the prosecution
In a newly released video made the day after the shooting, George Zimmerman walks police through the deadly confrontation with Trayvon Martin.
A Florida judge has ordered the man who killed Trayvon Martin to prison. George Zimmerman’s bond was revoked after it was discovered he and his wife misrepresented their net worth. Anderson talked about the new twist in the case with Zimmerman’s attorney, Mark O’Mara, and the Martin family attorney, Benjamin Crump.
George Zimmerman, the man who killed Trayvon Martin, is heading back to jail. The prosecution accuses Zimmerman and his wife of lying about how much money they had when bail was set.
CNN's Randi Kaye looks at newly released evidence and what witnesses are saying about the night Travyon Martin was killed.
Trayvon's girlfriend says she heard him, on her phone, say "get off" before the shooting. Marcia Clark and Mark Geragos weigh in on how critical her testimony will be for the investigation.