Sunday, October 28, 2012

Sanford City Commissioner Says Voice Calling For Help Is NOT Trayvon Martin

It's official. The voice heard in the 911 tapes in the Trayvon Martin case was that of George Zimmerman according to Police. This provides further support that George Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin in self defense. City Commissioner Patty Mahany represents the Sanford community where 17-year Trayvon Martin was shot and killed. She talked exclusively with FOX 35 (click this link for article) Tuesday about what investigators briefed her on and why she thinks people are jumping to conclusions.

"The limited knowledge I have of the case is that the Sanford Police Department is confident it is not Trayvon Martin crying for help on the tape, that it is George Zimmerman." She says she's also been told there was only one gun-shot, not two, the other sound appears to be a door being slammed.

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