Video Tape in Trayvon Martin Case Challenges Story From Police
A new police surveillance video showing the killer of unarmed black teen sporting no obvious injuries despite claims of self-defence has heightened calls for the man's arrest, with Trayvon Martin's grief-stricken mother calling it "the icing on the cake."
"Thank God for surveillance video," Benjamin Crump, the lawyer for Martin's family, told "CBS This Morning" on Thursday, "because obviously there was a conspiracy to cover up the truth and sweep Trayvon Martin's death under the rug."
Crump said the video refutes the claims of police and George Zimmerman that the 140-pound Martin, 17, beat him up so badly his nose was broken, and that he shot the boy in the chest in self-defence on a rainy Florida evening a month ago.
"This certainly doesn't look like a man who police said had his nose broken and his head repeatedly smashed into the sidewalk," he said.
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