The Defense Team in the Trayvon Martin shooting case released video of George Zimmerman reenacting the deadly shooting.
George Zimmerman told investigators he fired one shot into Trayvon Martin’s torso when he felt the teen reach for his gun while he was smothering him and pounding his head against the concrete.
Moments before, Zimmerman said, Trayvon “emerged from the darkness” and circled his vehicle to confront Zimmerman, who was on the phone with authorities reporting a “suspicious” youth, according to his written statement to Sanford Police.
“I shot him,” Zimmerman said.
Trayvon’s last words: “You got me,” Zimmerman told authorities.
In video evidence released this morning, Zimmerman is heard for the first time in his own words detailing his version of what happened the rainy February night he fatally shot the 17-year-old.
Hours after the shooting, Sanford Police lead investigator Chris Serino did most of the talking during an interview with Zimmerman.
The investigator tells Zimmerman he will face lots of questions about why he thought Trayvon was suspicious:
Ever hear of Murphys’ Law?,” Serino asked.