Trayvon Public Info Blocked

Despite the intense interest in the Trayvon Martin case, authorities are invoking the “active criminal investigative information records exemption” to keep from having to reveal any details into their investigation of George Zimmerman. No documents, videos or factual information regarding the case will be released, said special prosecutor Angela Corey’s office in a statement Thursday. The national media has descended on Sanford, the city where Martin was shot and killed. Zimmerman remains uncharged because of Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law, but authorities are investigating to see if they can bring charges.