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Mark O'Mara, the defense attorney for George Zimmerman, returned to the program on Thursday to address newly released tapes in the Trayvon Martin shooting case.
When questioned about the 'inconsistencies' between Zimmerman's statements on the new tapes and prior documented accounts including the original 911 call from Zimmerman on the night of the shooting, O'Mara replied, "This is now another part, a chapter of the evidence. It's certainly not all of it. This is not even all what the state has. And we've certainly not seen what the defense intends to present."
"I'm just hoping," continued O'Mara, "as I hoped all along that people will take an open view, wait until all the evidence is in before they make a decision."
Benjamin Crump, the attorney for Trayvon Martin's family, also returned to the program to discuss his reaction to the new tapes, saying, "His [Zimmerman's] credibility is the issue here."
"Why does he not tell the truth on the statement why he got out of that car? If we can't believe what he said from day one, how can we believe anything else after he's talked to people and talked to lawyers and talked to family members?"