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George Zimmerman shot and killed Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black teen, during a confrontation in Sanford, Fla., in March 2012. Zimmerman was later arrested but was found not guilty of 2nd degree murder in a July 2013 trial.
Gary W. Green
Photos: George Zimmerman makes court appearance
Reaction to George Zimmerman case
Courtroom reaction after Zimmerman not-guilty verdict
Zimmerman trial protesters
Photos: Week 5 of George Zimmerman trial
Photos: Week 4 of George Zimmerman trial
George Zimmerman trial: Day 1
Photos: Week 3 of George Zimmerman trial
Evidence Photos: Trayvon Martin cellphone pics released (Warning: Some graphic images)
Photos: Zimmerman in court over several motions
Evidence Photos: Bloodied George Zimmerman, gun used in shooting
Zimmerman released from jail
Photos: Zimmerman released from jail
George Zimmerman's first appearance
Photos: George Zimmerman arrives at jail
Trayvon Martin photos released
Photos: Trayvon Martin case
Thousands march to Trayvon Martin rally
Trayvon Martin rally held in Sanford church
Photos of Trayvon Martin
Trayvon Martin: Childhood Photos
Raw: George Zimmerman reenacts Trayvon Martin shooting
Raw: George Zimmerman interview with CVSA expert
Raw: 911 call Zimmerman made to Sanford police (Explicit)
Raw: Screams, gunshot heard on 911 call
Audio: Martin shooting 911 Calls 1-3
Audio: Martin shooting 911 Calls 4 to 6
Audio: Martin shooting 911 Call 7
Raw: Zimmerman scream audio samples released
Calls Zimmerman made to Sanford police
Original: Zimmerman controversial comment (Explicit)
Expert Enhances Zimmerman comment (Explicit)
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