George Zimmerman Passed a Lie Detector Test the Day After His Confrontation with Trayvon Martin
June 27, 2012 - 12:13 pm
Perhaps this is among the reasons Sanford Police elected not to arrest him.
A day after killing Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman passed a police lie detector test when asked if he confronted the teenager and whether he feared for his life “when you shot the guy,” according to documents released today by Florida prosecutors.
According to a “confidential report” prepared by the Sanford Police Department, Zimmerman, 28, willingly submitted to a computer voice stress analyzer (CVSA) “truth verification” on February 27. Investigators concluded that he “has told substantially the complete truth in regards to this examination.”
Zimmerman, the report noted, “was classified as No Deception Indicated (NDI).”
You know what I’d like to see? NBC editors subjected to lie detector tests to determine why they edited Zimmerman’s 911 call to make him sound like a racist. I’d be very curious about how they answer whether the edits were truly accidents or something else.