George Zimmerman Photo Shows Bloody Head, May Bolster Self-Defense Claim

George Zimmerman Photo Shows Bloody Head, May Bolster Self-Defense Claim

A new photograph showing the bloodied back of George Zimmerman's head has surfaced, shedding new light on the controversial Trayvon Martin case.

Taken three minutes after he shot and killed Martin, the image gives possible credence to his claim that he fought for his life and acted in self-defense.

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Trayvon Martin Case: Is Media Biased Against George Zimmerman?

Trayvon Martin Case: Is Media Biased Against George Zimmerman?

The leak of George Zimmerman's statement to police have shed new light on the Trayvon Martin case, along with accusations of bias against the media and public.

Until Tuesday, the case had been framed from Martin's standpoint, which is certainly understandable to a point, as he was unarmed when he was shot and killed.

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Grand Jury to Hear Trayvon Martin Case, Mull Charges Against George Zimmerman

Grand Jury to Hear Trayvon Martin Case, Mull Charges Against George Zimmerman

Trayvon Martin's girlfriend, who was on the phone with him before the unarmed teen was shot and killed by George Zimmerman, will testify before a grand jury.

The grand jury will be impaneled April 10 to determine if Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch captain, should be charged with murder, according to reports.

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Trayvon Martin Case: Civil Rights Leaders Call For George Zimmerman Arrest

Trayvon Martin Case: Civil Rights Leaders Call For George Zimmerman Arrest

The controversial and tragic case of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed black teenager shot to death by a neighborhood watch captain in Sanford, Fla., last month, continues to make headlines, with leaders calling for the arrest of the shooter, George Zimmerman.

At a town hall meeting Tuesday in Sanford, Fla., where the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Martin took place on February 26, officials from the NAACP, the American Civil Liberties Union and the Nation of Islam urged residents to remain calm.

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