The surveillance video above was taped inside the Sanford, Florida police station. It shows George Zimmerman emerging from a police car the night he shot Trayvon Martin. Zimmerman’s attorney Craig Sonner has asserted that Martin broke his client’s nose and left the neighborhood watch captain with a gash on the back of his head. “I think the video speaks for itself,” the Martin family’s attorney, Benjamin Crump, told miamiherald.com. “You don’t see any broken nose. You don’t see any blood on his head. You don’t see any stuff on the back of his clothes. You have to ask . . .
why did this police chief, state attorney and now this acting police chief conspire to protect George Zimmerman for killing this unarmed teenager?”
Alternatively, you could ask if the surveillance video—taken after Zimmerman received first aid with ABC’s GD logo obscuring Zimmerman’s face—is clear enough to prove anything. And wait to hear if Sanford police took photographs of Zimmerman’s injuries.