Also in this playlist...
This transcript is automatically generated
Another alert coming in now big developments today -- we're taking a very close look at a major new document dump in the George Zimmerman trade on -- murder investigation.
The prosecution revealing today some critical unseen evidence key witness interviews.
And a first look at what FBI agents determined when it comes to a possible.
Hate crimes charged.
Zimmerman keep in mind.
Trade on Martin's family believes his race had something to do with this murder Trace Gallagher live in our West Coast newsroom with more Trace.
280 pages -- a lot of this we have seen and heard before but make no mistake there are some big takeaways here that will be used as fuel for both sides.
When this goes to trial -- FBI interviewed a number.
A former or current Sanford police investigators including the lead investigator in this case Chris Serena this is important because remember.
Chris -- is the one a month before George Zimmerman.
Was actually charged with second degree murder who recommended that he should be charged saying.
And I'm quoting here just the act of following him was the instigation.
And nothing else but Serena went on to tell the FBI would it concerns racial motivation.
That he said quote.
Zimmerman actions were not based on -- skin color rather based on his -- the total circumstances of the encounter.
And the previous burglary suspects in the community remember there had been a rash of burglaries in that area.
Going on to say local gangs referred to the community as -- we're typically dressed in black and war buddies he ended.
By saying that George Zimmerman was quoting again.
And having a little hero complex.
But not as a racist now.
The FBI also spoke to many of George government's former coworkers all of them saying they saw no indications that he was racist.
Even his former girlfriend who accused him in court papers of being violent.
-- hitting her several times.
What on to say that he was not a racist and her quote is this.
That she observed Zimmerman as he socialized and played basketball with white black and Hispanic man.
Zimmerman never exhibited any biases or prejudices.
And did not huge racial epithets of any kind now there was a quote on George Zimmerman is MySpace page after he moved from Virginia to Florida.
Where he wrote and again I'm quoting.
I don't mind driving around scared to hit Mexicans walking on the side of the straight soft ass wannabe thugs messing with people's cars when they ain't a row.
Keep in mind George Zimmerman is half Hispanic so as you look at the totality of these 280 pages -- This is a racially charged case but there doesn't seem to be a common theme.
Of racism when it comes to George -- including the cops and the people who knew him best bearing very interesting Trace thank you and.
Filter by section