George Zimmerman Passed Lie Detector Day After Incident


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Sometimes it seems that there are a lot of things that we still do not know about the whole George Zimmerman - Trayvon Martin incident that we should know by now. What we found out today goes further into explaining why the Sanford Florida police Department did not arrest Zimmerman for murder. Because they do not think he murdered anyone.

The day after the shooting took place that killed Martin, Sanford homicide investigator Chris Serino requested that George Zimmerman come into the station to take a lie detector test. Along with questions about whether his first name was George and if it was Monday, Zimmerman was asked, “Did you confront the guy you shot?’ He answered, “No.” He was also asked, “Were you in fear for your life, when you shot the guy.” Zimmerman replied, “Yes.”

Before you wonder if he was anyway strong armed into taking the test, he went there without council and did sign a waiver.

This all goes to show that special prosecutor Angela Corey is completely swinging for the fences in asking a jury to convict this man of second degree murder. That is what happened with the Casey Anthony trial, the prosecutor asked for what was essentially the death penalty and couldn't prove it. Now in this case we have the defendant telling the truth not only on a lie detector but also a voice stress test, and we have no witnesses.