Prosecutor: New Trayvon Info Coming

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Protesters sign a portrait of Trayvon Martin at a demonstration on April 10, 2012 in New York City. Lawyers for George Zimmerman said Tuesday they were withdrawing as his legal representatives. Zimmerman, a self-appointed neighborhood watch captain, shot and killed the unarmed Martin in Sanford, Florida on February 26. Protesters nationwide have called for Zimmerman's arrest since the shooting.

Florida State Attorney Angela Corey, who is handling the Trayvon Martin case, released a statement Tuesday saying she “is preparing to release new information regarding the Trayvon Martin shooting death investigation” at a press conference in the next 72 hours. The official statement from Corey came on the heels of an announcement by shooter George Zimmerman’s legal team, which said it was breaking off its relationship with Zimmerman and hasn’t spoken to him since Sunday. "I'm not sure ... who he's talking to," attorney Craig Sonner said of Zimmerman. Zimmerman created a website Monday to solicit donations to help with legal costs.