July 3rd, 2013
12:58 AM ET

Lead investigator admits Zimmerman's call showed 'spite'

The lead investigator admitted that George Zimmerman's 911 call showed "ill will" and "spite."

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  1. Matt

    People are forgetting the simple fact that in court the defendant is assumed innocent, it is up to the prosecution to prove otherwise, not for GZ to prove he didn't do it. Following that simple rule, beyond a reasonable doubt as prescribed by law there is more than enough reasonable doubt in this case so how could the jury find him anything by not guilty? I would hope the judge, in his instructions, reminds the jury that while this is an emotional case where a young man tragically lost his live that hey must put aside those emotions and decide based on the evidence provided.

    July 7, 2013 at 10:39 am |
  2. Utsava

    I don't understand that noone brings up that Zimmerman has had history of domestic violence and was aressted 3 times prior to this (aresst records magically dissappeared due to dad's connections); and how could he hold the gun with his left hand on Martin's heart point from the left to the right? And how can he reach the gun from his right pocket lying down? All not possible, because it doesn't fit. He was on top of Martin.

    July 7, 2013 at 2:00 am |
  3. lorey ross

    good nite all and good luck i my opinion GZ is guilt of use of excessive force. that cased a death..

    July 3, 2013 at 11:57 pm |
  4. Latise

    Why do it seem like we're watching 2 different trials? I see all kinds of holes and contradiction in GZ story but the legal pundits acts as if its not significant or relevant. The only ppl on this show who sees what I see is the women. The men all seem to agree with the defense. And why don't Anderson call them out about the contradictions like Morgan did on his show last night. I know AC job is not to take sides but some of the things his legal pundits are saying should be called to question. Just like the former female prosecuted did on the show tonight. All 3 men all missed the prosecution point and went on to say the close contact explained why GZ gun would touch TM hoodie. The lady that spoke blow them out the water with how she viewd the witness statements. In which it brought into question the intense struggle GZ claimed occurred. These guys yesterday basically called the trail over. How do we see two different trails?

    July 3, 2013 at 8:53 pm |
  5. Mary

    Are all of Newton's Laws wrong when it comes to George Zimmerman? Did gravity pull the blood down his nose, but not his head? Why is the blood dripping towards his ear as if he was looking down? Did Newton's third law not apply to George Zimmerman? "For every action there is an equal an opposite reaction." The wounds that George Zimmerman received on his head do not show a force so great that it was life threatening. Look at the blood people. There is no blood trail showing that blood ever dripped down the back of his neck. I AM JUST SAYING!

    July 3, 2013 at 3:39 pm |
    • Latise

      The logic of this case works better if you try to prove GZ wrong. Working with his story, trying to prove him right leaves all kinds of questions! How anyone can say he was consistent is beyond me. And I've never heard its evidenced that that's GZ voice. Any mother knows her child voice and his mother has already said that was her child's voice as she cried. I'm a mother and I know my sons voice from anyone's.

      July 3, 2013 at 9:01 pm |
  6. Mary Anderson

    I think that George will win this case. There was certainly enough evidence that he was the one crying out for help, that the evidence that Treyvon had skuffed knuckles, the fact that George had a broken nose and had been pounded into the cement. There were no inconsistancies that I feel were significant in George's testimony or on tape. He seemed believable and consistent.

    July 3, 2013 at 1:33 am |
    • Latise

      What did I miss, what evidence proves the voice was GZ other than him saying so?

      July 3, 2013 at 9:03 pm |
    • Utsava

      hey, nose was not broken, all he needed next day was bandage, and how do you know that Martin did not act in self defense? Of course Zimmerman says anything he can to get off.

      July 7, 2013 at 2:02 am |
  7. Mary Anderson

    Why doesn't anyone mention that George Zimmerman must have felt as though he were suffocating when Treyvon was covering his mouth while George was screaming for help? I would think that because he had a broken nose he must have felt as if he were dying. Especially since Treyvon said he was going to kill George. I would think that this would qualify as feeling as if George were in fear of his life.

    July 3, 2013 at 1:29 am |