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New developments in the George Zimmerman murder trial in about two hours we will see the last part of a hearing.
They decided the jury in a trade on Martin case will get to hear experts talk.
About the sound of someone screaming in the background of the famous 911 call.
And who that person may be here's the portion of the call.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I'm unable -- not sure there's usually screaming outside.
I can't you know I wanna go out there I don't know what's going on -- -- -- -- They're sending it.
And now judge Alex Iraq for a host of judge Alex judge -- -- -- -- this is become the hottest issue in the case so far.
Both sides arguing that they should be that the defense wants expert testimony honesty out.
The prosecution wants it in.
What do you think is likely to happen -- what are they really arguing over.
Well what they're arguing over -- scientific testimony these experts have analyzed the recording the voice on the -- -- called to try to identify who was yelling for help that's a critical critical component of the case because.
If Fremont as yelling for help it's impossible for George Zimmerman to prevail on the claim of self defense when the person that you were supposedly defending yourself from his.
His is begging for their life.
-- -- Zimmerman is yelling for help but it buttresses his claim self defense so it's critical the problem is that.
With the FBI analyze the and I -- one called their experts said look we enhance that and there's still no way to tell because there's only really two or three seconds of usable.
Tape there and we can't identify it and actually said that they would be disturbed if any expert.
-- pretended to be able to identify who the people on the call work.
Com who who the person screaming was but as you know Megan -- want to tell you that you can get an expert will say anything so of course the defense has an expert who says this is -- government's voice.
And the prosecution has that an expert to who say this is -- bonds voice in fact ABC.
Actually had an independent expert analyze and that experts said that they they thought that by a wide margin it sounded like George Zimmerman voice when they did -- analysis but no expert has been able to say.
We're confident in our results.
And the techniques they've used.
Our way out there I frankly don't think that the judge is gonna -- that.
And we won't judge it actually judge who fan the expert testimony the tapes still comes in and then what injuries -- -- its own conclusions.
Got -- merit unless Omar argues that the tape is more prejudicial than probative because nobody can identify the screaming voice.
And tries to get it.
It kept out but I just don't see the judge keeping it out it's of the -- vital piece of evidence in the what will happen is the parents -- probably come in and say.
I know my son's voice that's -- bonds voice and Benjamin's parents will say that's Georgia woman's voice and the juror who really aren't helped by that at all so it's it's a difficult situation.
Last question the judge decided to not let the prosecutors.
Zimmerman profile -- -- -- in their opening statements significant victory.
Maybe I mean you know I didn't like to see it in the indictment because this and not typically the language it would put an indictment but.
Make no mistake about it race is not an underlying issue in this case race is going to be a prominent part of this case because -- -- second degree murder which requires a showing of ill will -- hatred -- an evil intent.
There have been no trade bonds so that's got to be a race that's going to be a race motivated.
Theory on their part well.
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