Along with the 284 pages of documents released by State Attorney Angela Corey revolving around the FBI’s investigation of George Zimmerman and the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, statements by lead detective Chris Serino were also unveiled.
The State released a second page of Serino's statement to the FBI, in which Serino said he thought Zimmerman's story seemed "scripted" when he talked with police.
Serino also says he talked to sources in a white supremacist community and none had heard of Zimmerman.
He went on to say that one Seminole County Police Department Sgt. "pressured" him to charge Zimmerman, even though he didn’t think he had enough evidence.
To read the completed two-page report from investigator Serino's FBI interview regarding the Trayvon Martin shooting, click here.