Prosecutors released photos of the hoodie that Trayvon Martin was wearing the night he was shot and killed by George Zimmerman. On the left of his shirt, a bloodstain is clearly visible. Also released was a statement from lead investigator Christopher Serino that Zimmerman “profiled the unarmed teen because he was wearing a hooded sweatshirt, not because he was black.
Documents show that some officers thought Zimmerman’s nose was broken, but others didn’t. The officers agreed that Zimmerman, 28, had cuts on the back of his head.
The documents also provide an account of Martin’s activities with his cousin the day before the shooting and show crime scene photos.