What Are the Latest Revelations in the Zimmerman Case?
The Zimmerman murder case -- official records reveal no signs of a racist past. How will this telling revelation impact the trial?
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According to The Associated Press, "Ex-neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman called police at least six times in the months before he shot Trayvon Martin to death, reporting activity as benign as kids playing in the street to detailing the description of a suspected burglar."
The article continues:
The documents and recordings released Thursday point to Zimmerman's growing frustration with suspects getting away with petty crimes in his gated community, though they do little to clear up what happened on the night of the shooting.
In August 2011, Zimmerman called Sanford Police's nonemergency line to report a man in the neighborhood who his wife thought was responsible for an earlier burglary.
"If you'll let the officers know they typically run away quickly and I think they head to the next neighborhood over," Zimmerman said in the call.
When asked by a dispatcher, Zimmerman said the suspect was black. His wife, Shellie, is heard in the background telling Zimmerman not to go outside to follow the suspect.