From my viewpoint it appears Zimmerman’s case is getting stronger with every new bit of evidence released:
Prosecutors released more evidence in the George Zimmerman case Tuesday afternoon including an unredacted police report and the results of a voice stress test given the day after he shot Trayvon Martin.
The supplemental discovery was released at 1 p.m. and includes video and audio recordings of police interviews with Zimmerman, a 29-page Sanford Police report without statements redacted and an exemption list that notes redactions to the evidence.
The video released by prosecutors shows the same reenactment with additional footage of detectives asking Zimmerman about his injuries.
In the short clip, Zimmerman points out cuts and bruises on his head but says he wasn’t injured elsewhere.
“He was just focused on my head,” Zimmerman says.
In the stress test, Zimmerman answered “No” when asked “Did you confront the guy you shot?” He answered “yes” when asked “Were you in fear for your life, when you shot the guy?”
The examiner concluded Zimmerman was telling the truth.
The way I read the “tea leaves” is that the prosecution and perhaps even the media is slowly preparing the public for an acquittal or perhaps even dropping the charges.