Never before seen evidence in the case against George Zimmerman will be released after 5 p.m. today, according to Special Prosecutor Angela Corey's office.
The evidence will reveal new details of Zimmerman's fatal encounter with 17-year-old Trayvon Martin on Feb. 26 in Sanford. Expected among the documents: Trayvon's autopsy, eyewitness accounts, cell phone records and police records.
The documents are to be released as a result of the discovery process, during which state prosecutors were required to turn over their evidence in the case to the Zimmerman's defense.
The Sentinel will review those documents as soon as they become available.
We will finally know the Truth.
I don’t understand why O’Mara wanted to keep this stuff a secret. If public opinion turns in favor of Zimmerman on the basis of the real evidence, the feds probably won’t prosecute him for a “hate” crime, and Judge Lester may feel more comfortable dismissing the case before it even goes to a jury.