Turning Points: The Trayvon Martin Case

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Was It Trayvon or Zimmerman Calling Out for Help on the 911 Recording? 

Zimmerman claims that the screams on the 911 calls are his, saying that he screamed in fear of his life. However, a leading expert in voice identification said in April that based on comparisons with Zimmerman’s voice in calls he made to police and recordings from the other 911 caller, it was not Zimmerman screaming, but Trayvon.
(Photo: AP Photo/State Attorney's Office)

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