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On the heels of recently released discovery materials in the Trayvon Martin case, this evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" invites attorney Benjamin Crump to share his insight and reaction.
As Thursday's autopsy reveals trace amounts of THC to have been found in Martin's system, Crump points instead to the tests that were not run:
"What's really relevant is the fact that there was no toxicology report on George Zimmerman," says the attorney for Trayvon Martin's family. "We don't know what else was in his system, with the prescribed medication that he was on, to have him get out of his car in the rain, and profile, pursue, and confront Trayvon Martin and then kill Trayvon Martin."
Asked about a new photo showing Zimmerman with an injury to his nose, Crump suggests it pales in comparison to what his client's son endured:
"Trayvon Martin was fighting for his life, he was fighting a man with a nine millimeter gun," Crump tells Piers Morgan. "If George Zimmerman suffered superficial injuries, Trayvon Martin suffered a fatal injury. George Zimmerman did not have to go to the hospital that night for his injuries. Trayvon Martin was certainly taken away in an ambulance."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, then tune in this evening at 9 p.m. as the attorney for Martin's family further details Thursday's discovery material.
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