LINK To FBI Witness Information CLICK HERE (discuss in comments)
*Note – I’m sticking this at the top of the page for a day while we go through the data and analyze for any specific points of interest. I have already noted numerous aspects that warrant further research – I’m sure many of you have also.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Media Report from Orlando ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Jeff Weiner Reports – The Orlando Sentinel today obtained the latest cache of evidence in the George Zimmerman murder case, including new details of Zimmerman’s interest in law enforcement and testimony alleging racism and sexism in the Sanford Police Dept.
Federal Bureau of Investigation documents, part of an ongoing civil-rights investigation into the Feb. 26 shooting in Sanford, include interviews with Sanford police, Zimmerman’s neighbors and at least one coworker.
Some of those interviewed said they interacted with Zimmerman in the aftermath of the shooting. As in previously released FBI records, none of those interviewed said they’d known Zimmerman to behave in a racist manner.
The Sentinel obtained the records Tuesday from the office of Special Prosecutor Angela Corey through a public-record request. The names of those interviewed by the FBI were redacted from the documents, in accordance with a judge’s order.
Also in the latest evidence is digital copies of photos taken on the night of the shooting, showing Zimmerman’s injuries. One of the photos was posted on the defense team’s blog on Monday. […]
One [black] woman, who has a vacation home in the Retreat at Twin Lakes community, told FBI agents she had interacted with Zimmerman in his role with the neighborhood watch. A black woman, the witness described Zimmerman as respectful and mild mannered.
She said she emailed Zimmerman after the shooting, and he called from a number she didn’t recognize and “began telling her that what was being said about him was not true.” The witness later found an email in her junk file from Zimmerman, asking her “to give him some type of personal reference regarding his character.” *The woman didn’t respond. (more)
*Of course she didn’t respond; If she, a black woman, had actually provided any positive commentary about George Zimmerman she would have been run out of town by Natalie Jackson, Francis Oliver and Seminole NAACP head Turner Clayton Jr.