Sanford Police Release Full Camera Surveillance Video
The Sanford Police have released the full, six minute camera surveillance video of George Zimmerman's arrival at the police department.
MSNBC reports the video was taken four hours after the shooting. Also:
Update: USA Today says the video shows it was taken at 7:52 pm, 35 minutes after the shooting. [More...]
In the video, there are no readily visible signs of injuries to Zimmerman's head or blood on his clothes. However, he is wearing a red jacket, which could obscure blood stains. Also, at one point, an officer pauses to look at the back of Zimmerman's head, which he claims was injured by Martin.
Appearing on NBC's TODAY on Thursday, Zimmerman's attorney Craig Sonner described the video as "very grainy." He also pointed out that Zimmerman had been "cleaned-up" and received first aid in the four hours between the incident and Zimmerman's videotaped arrival at the police station.
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