Trayvon Martin Shooter Sues NBC Over Edited 911 Call 23 weeks ago
George Zimmerman, who shot Florida teenager Trayvon Martin in what he says was an act of self-defense, has sued NBC for airing a 911 call...
By Tim Molloy
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NBC had aired altered tape that made it appear that Trayvon Martin's shooter could have been racially motivated
NBC appears to have selectively edited tape of 911 call between the dispatcher and George Zimmerman made just prior to Trayvon Martin's shooting
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