In each call, George Zimmerman announces that he is part of the neighborhood watch and many of the calls sound similar to the Feb. 26, 2012 call he placed on Trayvon Martin. You may read the official police report regarding the prior 46 calls in the document below.
George Zimmerman admitted to officers that he shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin on Feb. 26, 2012, but states that he had spotted Martin whom he reported for looking suspicious, then after following Martin, walked to his truck, where Martin approached him, then attacked him. George Zimmerman claims he suffered a broken nose and gash to the back of the head during the assault.
His story has been discredited by Trayvon Martin’s family, Martin’s girlfriend, and several witnesses have come forward stating that what they witnessed was not self-defense. As the city of Sanford, Florida has lost trust with many community members and calls from the NAACP and government leaders for an investigation, the U.S. Department of Justice and FBI are now investigating possible civil rights violations, while Rick Scott and Pam Bondi (Florida governor and attorney general) appointed prosecutor Angela Corey to investigate the criminal aspect of the case.
Click the video player below to hear some of George Zimmerman’s prior 911 calls. You may hear the 911 call Zimmerman made on Feb. 26, 2012 where he reported Trayvon Martin as suspicious in the following link: Trayvon Martin 911 calls
George Zimmerman 911 Call History