Source: Evan McMurry / Mediaite
A recorded scream was at the center of an unusual Saturday court hearing in the George Zimmerman pre-trial, with speech experts differing over whether it was Trayvon Martinwho could be heard in the background of a 911 call.
Earlier this week, voice forensic experts testified that the voice belongs to Martin, who would have been screaming just before Zimmerman shot him; one of the analysts claimed that Martin could be heard saying, “I’m begging you.” The identification was made by comparing the audio to other recordings of Martin’s voice.
But on Saturday, ZImmerman’s attorney called speech scientist George Doddington, who said, “That’s imaginary stuff,” and labeled the earlier experts’ methods “absurd.”
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