Trayvon's father Tracy Martin watched the video and told MSNBC:
"It just shows that everything that Zimmerman has been saying, that the police have been reporting, is false.
From what I saw, Zimmerman had no blood on his face, had no grass on the back of his clothes, no cuts on the back of his head."
Family attorney Benjamin Crump said the video is evidence that Zimmerman's story is a lie and that local officials botched their investigation.
Crump said the video and lack of evidence of a struggle knocks down Zimmerman's claim of self-defense. Trayvon Martin was talking on his cell phone and unarmed when he was shot and killed in February by the neighborhood watch captain.
"You're witnessing a conspiracy in the first degree," Crump said. "If they don't arrest this guy — there's a conspiracy at this point."
In the video, Zimmerman, 28, is shown arriving at the Sanford, Florida police station in a police car, exiting with his hands cuffed behind his back and being led to questioning, with no visible signs of abuse.
Crump said the national outpouring of outrage won't stop until Zimmerman is arrested. Then and only then, will justice come for Trayvon. #HoodiesUp
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