Surveillance video taken after the Feb. 26 shooting of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin reportedly shows no evidence of injury to his accused killer, George Zimmerman.
Zimmerman, 28, says the 17-year-old hit him in the nose and pounded his head on the sidewalk. Witnesses confirmed his story.
But a lawyer for Martin's family said the video shows no visible signs of injuries to Zimmerman's head or face, and no blood on his clothing.
Click play to watch the Sanford Police surveillance video, recorded the night of the Trayvon Martin shooting.
"This certainly doesn't look like a man who police said had his nose broken and his head repeatedly smashed into the sidewalk," Ben Crump, an attorney for Martin's family, said in a statement.
Zimmerman was released without charge. The case has sparked outrage across the country with protestors calling for Zimmerman's arrest and prosecution.