1. Investigation

    Report: Zimmerman Didn’t ID Himself

    SANFORD, FL- APRIL 20: George Zimmerman sits on the stand during his bond hearing in a Seminole County courtroom on April 20, 2012 in Sanford, Florida. Trayvon Martin was shot by George Zimmerman, a member of a neighborhood watch in Sanford, Florida, who has been charged with second degree murder in the shooting. Bail was set at $150,000 for Zimmerman and he could be released from jail as early as April 21.   (Photo by Gary Green/The Orlando Sentinel-Pool/Getty Images)

    Gary Green, The Orlando Sentinel / Pool / Getty Images

    A report indicates that George Zimmerman never identified himself as a neighborhood-watch leader before the February shooting of Trayvon Martin. In the report, Sanford Police Det. Christopher Serino said that Zimmerman first confronted Martin from the car and then got out and pursued Martin. “His actions are inconsistent with those of someone who has stated he was in fear of another subject,” Serino wrote. Serino recommended a charge of manslaughter based on the investigation, but Zimmerman was not charged until a month later. Another investigator wrote that two computer voice-stress tests from the night of the shooting indicated that Zimmerman was telling the truth about what had transpired. But the results of the tests are not admissible in court.

    Read it at The Associated Press