Trayvon Martin Investigator Wanted Manslaughter Charge (VIDEO)

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Source: Matt Gutman / ABC News

The lead homicide investigator in the shooting of unarmed teenagerTrayvon Martin recommended that neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman be charged with manslaughter the night of the shooting, multiple sources told ABC News.

But Sanford, Fla., Investigator Chris Serino was instructed to not press charges against Zimmerman because the state attorney’s office headed by Norman Wolfinger determined there wasn’t enough evidence to lead to a conviction, the sources told ABC News.

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  • Not enough evidence, or not enough interest at the time to get evidence. The lead investigator had it right, State’s Attorney didn’t want to put in the foot work to get a conviction. However, the lead investigator does not have to yield to the S.A. findings and could have pursued other avenues. They at least had enough evidence to get the process started. One iffy witness as opposed several creditable witnesses and 911 call pretty much does him in, hindsight facts are stories made up with the evidence presented at hand, give em more evidence in come new excuses and more stories suited for internet jabber