Friend: Trayvon Shooter Is ‘very, Very Sorry’
March 26, 2012 by staff
Friend: Trayvon Shooter Is ‘very, Very Sorry’, A friend of neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman called for prosecutors investigating the shooting of Trayvon Martin to immediately release all the evidence in the case to quell cries for Zimmerman’s arrest, and suggested that because of the growing controversy surrounding the case “George has virtually lost his life, too.”
Joe Oliver, a family friend who spoke with Zimmerman on Saturday, has taken to the airwaves in recent days to push back with increasing rhetorical force against claims that Zimmerman should be arrested for the shooting. Zimmerman has not been charged with any crime.
In his efforts to defend Zimmerman, who he says has gone into hiding in fear of his life, Oliver, a former television journalist, has made a number of incendiary — and at least in one case — apparently contradictory comments.
Yesterday, Oliver told ABC News’ David Muir that he “didn’t even know whether George pulled the trigger.” He reiterated that claim Monday to George Stephanopoulos on “Good Morning America.”
Authorities have said since the beginning that Zimmerman admitted shooting Martin, and numerous eyewitnesses have told ABC News they heard a gunshot, and ran out of their houses to find Zimmerman standing over Martin’s body.
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