Along with “Witness 9” statements, Special Prosecutor Angela Corey also released 120 recorded jail phone calls made by George Zimmerman when he was in the Seminole County Jail.
In the phone calls to his wife, it was revealed that Zimmerman had high blood pressure due to the stress, according to a Seminole County jail doctor.
Zimmerman made at least 17 calls to his wife, sister and other family members the day after he was arrested for second-degree murder.
Here are some key highlights of the phone conversations with Zimmerman's wife, Shellie and other members of his family:
-In one phone conversation with his sister, she told him:
"I'm so glad that you're behind four walls, and all these people who have something to say can't get to you."
-As for his family coming to visit him, Zimmerman said, "I don't think it's smart."
-In one call to his sister, Zimmerman schooled her on the court process, as she wanted to know what's going to happen at the arraignment.
-Being behind bars also shook Zimmerman, as he told his wife in one call that he was having nightmares.
-Zimmerman's wife told him in one jail call that he was a celebrity telling him, "Dang, you're like a celebrity!"
-When Zimmerman’s wife wanted to visit him in jail she told him-
"I'll call Mark, or call FDLE to figure out the best way to get me up there"
-The day after Zimmerman was arrested, his wife told him that it's possible his case could be thrown out before his arraignment, which turned out to not be the case as he still awaits trial for second-degree murder.
-In one jail call Zimmerman instructs someone named "Ken" to talk in code while talking about money. "Ken" may have had control over Zimmerman's paypal account at one point.
-In another call Zimmerman tells his father, Robert Zimmerman, not to worry about his wife, Shellie, she will be taken care of.
-The couple spoke nearly a dozen times by phone during his first 24 hours in the jail.
Other calls revealed interesting tidbits about Zimmerman's life behind bars and before:
For a time, he wanted to be a priest, he said.
CBS News sent Zimmerman's parents a bouquet of flowers.
"Are you serious? They've got some nerve," Zimmerman said during a conversation with his sister.
"They said they know we are going through a difficult time and if we need someone to talk to we can call them," said his sister.
While in a Seminole Co. jail, Zimmerman called controversial Pastor Jones to ask that he not protest in Sanford but instead come and pray with him or stay in Gainesville to pray for him.
In the conversation, Zimmerman thanks Jones for his support and prayers and asks him to allow the city and country to heal and that gods will be done.
He asked that Jones let the police do their job and not protest in his name, but wanted Jones to come pray with him.
Stay tuned as more information on the jail calls come forward.