George Zimmerman claims he shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in self-defense on the night of February 26th, 2012. Despite the fact that Trayvon only had a bag of Skittles and an iced tea in his possession, Zimmerman has stuck with this story.
Now, if he really did shoot Martin in self-defense, claiming that Martin attacked him and beat on him, one would assume Zimmerman would have suffered some type of injuries, even minor bruising. However, the NY Daily News has revealed the EMS records from that night show that the man had no injuries.
Read the news report below:
On Friday, the NY Daily News obtained EMS documents suggesting Zimmerman, who an ex-colleague said was fired from a security job for being too aggressive, did not sustain serious injuries in the fatal encounter.
Paperwork detailing the EMS response to the shooting scene shows that a call for a second ambulance was canceled.
An audiotape containing the EMS communications, also obtained by The News on Friday, records unidentified workers discussing the scene.
Zimmerman's condition is mentioned briefly in the 30-minute recording.
"Do we have a second patient?" a man asks.
"That's affirmative. We have a second patient," a woman replies. "The second patient is not a gunshot."