An audio expert speaks about the 911 call involving Trayvon Martin’s death.
Audio expert Ed Primeau, who has about 30 years of experience behind him, analyzed the 911 call that was recorded while a struggle was going on between George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin. On Monday, Primeau said “he doubts the screams came from Zimmerman.”
“I would put my reputation on the line and say this is not George Zimmerman screaming,” he told CNN on Monday morning.
Prior to this report coming out, The Orlando Sentinel stated that Primeau and another audio analyst came to the same conclusion.
Martin, a 17-year-old high school junior, was fatally shot by Zimmerman on February 26 as he was patrolling his neighborhood.
According to ABC News reports, Chris Serino, the lead homicide investigator was pushing for charges to be pressed that night against Zimmerman. However, the state attorney’s office overruled Serino.
“It certainly confirmed all of my thoughts that this investigation had been botched from the beginning and that people other than me knew that there was supposed to be an arrest made,” Martin’s father, Tracy, told CNN after the ABC News report.
Zimmerman maintains that he killed the young boy in self-defense after he punched him in the face and slammed his head onto the sidewalk, according a report by the Orlando Sentinel that was confirmed by Sanford police.