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Zimmerman's police call: Moment by moment

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  • Hear the full phone call Zimmerman made to non-emergency police the night he killed Trayvon Martin -- along with re-enactment video of what may have happened

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George Zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder for killing Trayvon Martin on Feb. 26, 2012. Zimmerman says he shot the 17 year old in self-defense.

Interactive map: The Trayvon Martin killing

After Zimmerman spotted Trayvon Martin in the Retreat at Twin Lakes community, he called Sanford Police Department's non-emergency police line to report Martin. Check out this video to hear the entire phone call between Zimmerman and the non-emergency dispatcher. Plus, to help you better understand the area where Marin was killed, and the minutes leading up to his death, we added re-enactment video of what may have happened that night.

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