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NEW WITNESS CONFIRMS TRAYVON MARTIN WAS THE VICTIM

By Staff

ATLANTA, March 29, 2012, 6:47 p.m. - CNN is set to report tonight that Trayvon Martin was topped and then shot in the back by George Zimmerman, according to emails sent to the press.

CNN spokeswoman told the press in three separate emails:

"Tonight on Anderson Cooper 360°, new eyewitness - who has never told their story and actually saw the shooting take place - speaks to Anderson Cooper. The eyewitness – who has asked to remain anonymous - will describe what happened the night Trayvon Martin was shot.

"Anderson Cooper:  What did you observe after the shot? 

"Eyewitness:  As I said it was dark, but after the shot, obviously someone, one man got up and it was kind of like that period of him – I can’t say I actually watched him get up – but maybe it was only in a couple seconds or so that he was walking towards where I was watching.  And I could see him a little bit clearer, and see that he was a Hispanic man and he was, you know, he didn’t appear hurt or anything else, he just kind of seemed very, worried or whatever, walked on the sidewalk at that point, with his hand up to his forehead and then another man came out with a flashlight.

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"Anderson Cooper: Were you able to observe who was on top, who was on bottom, were you able to see faces, or any details of the people scuffling?

"Eyewitness: No, just that it was… that it was that it was dark.  I mean, the only reason I could say that if I was to have to say who do you think it was, I would have to say only the larger man, because after the larger man got off, then there was a boy, obviously now dead, on the ground, facing down."


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