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And there's new fallout today in the investigation of the shooting death of an unarmed Florida teenager.
Seventeen year old -- Juan Martin's shot and killed by neighborhood watch volunteers George Zimmermann.
Who has claimed that self defense in this case now the teen's parents are demanding to know why -- Zimmerman has not been arrested.
Steve Harrigan is live in Miami on this story Steve what's the very latest today.
Martha attorneys for -- on Martin's family had asked the Justice Department to investigate why the local prosecutor.
Did not file any charges against the admitted shooter.
George -- in the meantime the special prosecutor who's in charge in this case said -- despite growing protests and calls for an immediate arrest.
There would be no arrest and tell her investigation is complete.
The problem with making an immediate arrest is we have laws in the state of Florida that she could only hold a person.
For certain amount -- before they have to be released from jail.
That's why when there's an intensive investigation and affirmative defense he wouldn't necessarily rushed to an arrest.
That special prosecutor has given no public timetable.
As to when that investigation will be finished Martha very interesting so is there any new light that is being shed.
On what the scene was that night what really happened.
Police state appears that more and more tiny details are coming satellite.
The latest are some recorded calls from the emergency medical responders to the scene of the shooting.
On February 26 initially two ambulances were called to the -- of that shooting.
Once portray it on -- the second ambulance was canceled before it arrived presumably that was for Zimmerman and keep -- -- -- said he fired in self defense.
And Thurmond's family members say his nose was broken his head was pounded into the pavement Martha.
Steve thank you very much Steve --
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