Voice samples of murder suspect George Zimmerman were released today as part of the discovery in the Trayvon Martin murder case in Florida.
Zimmerman, 28, can be heard yelling "Help, help," repeatedly in voice reenactment audio samples recorded on March 22. The voice samples were used by investigators to be compared with the male voice heard crying on a 911 call.
Zimmerman told police he called out for help before shooting and killing the 17-year-old high school student on Feb. 26. But 2 independent voice analysts hired by the Orlando Sentinel determined that Zimmerman's voice did not match the voice heard crying on the 911 tape.
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Trayvon's parents say their son's voice is the one heard crying in distress on the 911 audio moments before he was shot and killed by Zimmerman.
Zimmerman is being held without bond in a Sanford, Florida jail pending a bond hearing on Friday.
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