No visible injuries on Zimmerman tape

Updated

For the first time, we are seeing what George Zimmerman looked like immediately after he shot and killed Florida teenager Trayvon Martin.

ABC News obtained video surveillance footage of a handcuffed George Zimmerman getting out of a police car and walking into the Sanford police station. At least from this vantage point, there appears to be no obvious signs of a scuffle: bruises, broken nose, blood stains or other injuries. It’s hard to see close-up details.

George Zimmerman’s attorney Craig Sonner — the guy who fled from our show on Monday, leaving Lawrence O’Donnell to interview an empty chair in his place — told NBC’s Today the video is “very grainy.” He also said Zimmerman had been “cleaned up” with first aid before this was taken.

msnbc’s Lawrence O’Donnell got analysis on the newly released police tape from ABC News correspondent Matt Gutman, Joy-Ann Reid, managing editor of TheGrio.com, Eugene O’Donnell, former NYPD detective and Richard Kurtz, funeral director who saw Trayvon’s body.

 

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No visible injuries on Zimmerman tape

Updated