Trayvon Martin: ABC News Video Shows No Evidence of Broken Nose for Zimmerman
In an exclusive video from ABC News there is no evidence that George Zimmerman, the man who killed Trayvon Martin, suffered a broken nose or an injury to the back of his head as his attorney Craig Sonner had claimed.
In an article from ABC News dated March 25th Craig Sonner revealed, "George Zimmerman suffered a broken nose, and had an injury to the back of his head, he was attacked by Trayvon Martin on that evening. This was a case of self defense."
While the attorney is attempting to make a case for self defense a new exclusive video blows holes in that argument.
The video shows George Zimmerman in handcuffs the night of the murder, exiting a police car and walking around with no evidence of bruising, blood, or any injury for that matter.
This would be very important evidence for the prosecution should the police choose to arrest Zimmerman.
Zimmerman has been reported to have been pursuing the unarmed Trayvon Martin, who appears to be guilty of nothing more than walking home, which would have negated the ability of the defense to utilize Florida's controversial "stand your ground" law.
Zimmerman's attorney had been making the case that at some point that Trayvon Martin began pursuing George Zimmerman, threatened George Zimmerman and then began beating the armed George Zimmerman.
Watch the video exclusive from ABC News: