Turning Points: The Trayvon Martin Case

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  • Sanford Police Department
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  • Trayvon Martin
  • Shellie Zimmerman
  • Debra Nelson, Benjamin Crump
  • George Zimmerman
  • Trayvon Martin
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  • George Zimmerman
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  • Martin Family Attorney Ben Crump
  • Bill Lee, Sanford Police Department
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  • George Martin
  • George Zimmerman
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  • Mark O' Mara
  • George Zimmerman
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  • George Zimmerman
  • Shellie Zimmerman, George Zimmerman
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  • Debra Nelson
  • Trayvon Martin
  • Mark O'Mara
  • George Zimmerman
  • Trayvon Martin
  • George Zimmerman
  • Sybrina Fulton, Tracy Martin

More Discrepancies in Initial Police Report

Chris Serino, the lead detective in Sanford Police's investigation into Trayvon's death, apparently altered his original report four different times. The most notable change was his recommendation of downgrading second-degree murder charges against Zimmerman to manslaughter on the night of the shooting, claiming evidence supported the lesser charge. (Photo: RED HUBER/MCT/Landov)

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