Source: CBS News
ANFORD, Fla. – Police will release the 911 tapes in the Trayvon Martin deadly shooting after the victim’s family has a chance to hear them, reports the Orlando Sentinel.
Martin, 17, was shot and killed by George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch leader who called 911 from his sports utility vehicle, saying the teen was a suspicious person. Officials say the dispatcher told him to stay in his SUV and an officer would be there momentarily.
But Zimmerman got out. He and Martin fought, according to witnesses. At some point, Zimmerman pulled a gun and shot Martin, who died at the scene.
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