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Monday, April 9,2012

Special Prosecutor Won't Use Grand Jury in Trayvon Case

The special prosecutor for Florida state's investigation into the shooting death of Trayvon Martin will not send the case to a grand jury, her office announced Monday, cautioning that the decision should not be interpreted as a signal about whether George Zimmerman will ultimately face charges.

The Associated Press reports that Angela Corey, the Florida state attorney tapped to lead the state's investigation, has a reputation for not using a grand jury if one is not required, and that her office had previously suggested that she could chose not to employ one in this case.


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I'm just an audio guy.. I make no claims to anything else.

I took the 911 call with the most audio informatiion regarding screams, pulled down some of the louder noises (the actual shot and a few times the woman caller gets a bit loud) so they don't hurt you while listening to the softer noises... Then ran it at a slower speed and pitch corrected it 100 percent true. Anyone with an ear for music can tell not a note has been changed.. Digital affords you this luxury. In the analog days we had to physically slow the tape/medium down and you lose pitch and clarity.

THIS AUDIO IS NOT ENHANCED per sey.. not like enhancing a photo.. the only enhancing has been to adust volume levels so you don’t hurt your ear listening to everything at relative volume levels.

There are a few swirling artifacts in this copy because I had to compres the wav file to a 128 kbps mp3 to fit on my page so you had a player to hear it on.. These artifacts are slight and will not distract.


This exercise is just a way to access the call and hear things you would not of as easily (but every bit of audio information from the original is still there) just listening to the raw recording. Akin to slowing down video without the frame per second limitations.