This show dissected the Trayvon Martin case from day one. Zimmerman said he acted in self-defense. He said Martin attacked him, knocking him to the ground with a punch that broke his nose, and that Martin then climbed on top of him and began hammering his head against a sidewalk. Prosecutors say Zimmerman profiled the black teenager, assuming he was about to commit a crime, followed him and killed him. We explored all the evidence to determine where does the truth lie. Now you can sit in the jury box before the trial begins, and decide whether George Zimmerman killed Trayvon Martin in self defense, or was this a case of cold blooded murder. THE EVIDENCE HAS SPOKEN...
My guests were Brian Stirgus, Alberta Paris and A. J. Houston.