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    Zimmerman Shooting: 911 Recording, Police Docs

    Zimmerman Shooting: 911 Recording, Police Docs

    More updates expected…

    OK folks, just a hit-and-run post here on the Zimmerman/Apperson kerfuffle.

    Commenter “Merrymary” from our previous post on this subject (George Zimmerman Attempted Shooting – New Facts Released) was kind enough to send me the audio of the third-party 911 call made after Matthew Apperson fired a shot at George Zimmerman; she also provided some police documents. (Thanks!)

    We, in turn, provide them to you.

    Here’s the 911 call, or at least the brief portion released so far by the police:

    Here’s the Lake Mary Police Department written press statement:

    And here’s a partial (preliminary) police report, which is largely just a check-box document they need in order to initiate a criminal investigation. What’s listed there that appears as a “criminal charge” should not be taken as substantive.

    Stay tuned—I expect we’ll have more as the day proceeds.

    –-Andrew, @LawSelfDefense


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    Gremlin1974 | May 13, 2015 at 5:55 pm

    I really don’t understand how you can “assault someone with a deadly weapon” and not “intend to kill” them.


     
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    MouseTheLuckyDog | May 13, 2015 at 9:10 pm

    Here is a key question:
    when this goes to trial, will the 911 call be admitted in it’s entirety? If so, is that sufficient to geta self defense instruction?
    That seems to me to be the key question in prosecution. If that is sufficient to get an instruction, then he this guy will not take the stand, and a lot of his flakiness does not come in. Then his lawyer will allow GZ’s reputation to work for him.

    I suspect this was the guy copying GZ’s phone call to police when his girlfriend fought with him.

    Question: At what point in time will/has Mr. A’s concealed carry permit be revoked and will/has he been relieved of his weapons?


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