Even more George Zimmerman discovery evidence has been made public today and this collection focuses on exemplars, which are samples of Zimmerman’s voice meant to be used for comparison as to who screamed for help – him or Trayvon Martin.
The recordings released today were from March 22nd, the day Special. Prosecutor Angela Corey was given the case.
Zimmerman made voice samples for cops so they could test and compare who was screaming for help on that 911 call. The voice on the call has been highly debated, as many say it is Trayvon calling for help, while Zimmerman believes it is him screaming for help.
The audio samples released are mostly silent and it appears parts were removed before being made public – although there is some distant yelling heard.
In the exemplars we hear many cries of “Help me!” although Investigator Dale Gilbreath testified at Zimmerman’s first bond hearing and said that FBI tests were inconclusive.
Two sound experts with the FBI tried to analyze the background cries for help heard on one 911 call and concluded it was impossible to determine whose voice it was.
Zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder for killing 17-year-old Trayvon Martin during a sidewalk confrontation on the night of Feb. 26 in Sanford, FL. Zimmerman says he shot Trayvon in self-defense.