Why George Zimmerman Passed the Voice Stress Test

On the evening after killing Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman was administered a voice stress test. Some refer to it as a lie detector test. Only two questions were asked of Zimmerman that pertained to his killing of Trayvon Martin;

1. “Did you confront the guy?”

2.”Were you in fear for your life when you shot the guy?”

This video approaches how Zimmerman’s answers registered no stress or indicating that he answered truthfully.

(The test results are not allowed at trial.)

Posted on 06/18/2013, in Evidence, George and Shellie Zimmerman, Justice For Trayvon, Videos and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.

  1. blushedbrown

    I’ve always said the reason why he passed to the “stress test” was because he wasn’t stressed any more, he got to kill. His vitals taken at 7:40 were normal. I truly believe GZ was a psychopath in the making.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hare_Psychopathy_Checklist

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    • Mornin’ Blushedbrown. GZ and Jodi Arias remind me of each other. What their victims experienced before and during death is nothing to them. Jodi felt the need to stab Travis 29 times, slit his throat and shoot him in the head. GZ felt the need to shoot Trayvon in the heart within 40 seconds of the wrestling; get on his back to hasten his death; and tell residents that he had already called 911 when he knows that he called NEN and no ambulance would be dispatched.

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      • blushedbrown

        Good Morning Xena! So sorry for the late response, please forgive. Jodi Arias, what a piece of work that woman is, I caught some of the highlights of the trial from “In Session”, the things that came out of her mouth were unbelievable.

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    • Sorry BB. But gz is an ALREADY MADE, FULLY BLOWN, ALL OUT psychopath!!

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  2. You so so so right blushed

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    • blushedbrown

      Yep.

      I often wondered about his teenage years in Virgina. I wonder what made his parents send him to Florida.

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  3. He was terrified that the police would get there and Trayvon would say……….

    “…thank God you guys are here…this nut case is waving a gun at me and I didn’t do anything……I was just walking down here and trying to get home…….then he grabs my shirt and he’s flinging me around…then he grabbed and pinched my wrist”

    Officer “What’s your name…..you again George??? please turn around and put your hands behind your head…..one at a time, slowly”

    Fogen “…but, um….he was just walking around and I don’t know what his deal is….um”

    Officer “Don’t move and you have the right to remain silent….anything you say……”

    This is how it should have ended…………then charges for unlawful detention and such followed by the lawsuits……but noooooo trigger happy shithead had to pull his trigger.

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    • @racerrodig. Absolutely!! GZ wanted help to restrain Trayvon. No one would get involved in that. Trayvon would not stop screaming. The last thing GZ wanted was for the cop to arrive and find him holding an unarmed teen in a wrist lock at gun point without another person there to share the blame.

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      • Yep, leading to that old “Dead men tell no tales” to rear it’s ugly head.

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      • ugh, so true..

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      • towerflower

        Exactly, which is why he leads into some of his comments of “I knew I was out of time.” He wanted the cops to call when they entered the community. I would like to know if his phone went off right before the gunshot. I believe that this is the reason of “I knew I was out of time.” He had gone too far with the teen and needed to silence his mistake.

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        • @towerflower. Good point. GZ had one of two choices; i.e., continue to restrain Trayvon while Trayvon screamed out in pain and for help, or silence him with a fatal gunshot.

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  4. am loving this one by llmpapa!

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  5. towerflower

    Another important factor in these tests are what the person is on, medication wise. Since GZ was never tested we don’t know if any of his prescribed meds had an influence on his state of mind for this test.

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