Trayvon Martin's Mother Says Her Son Was The One Screaming on 911 Tape

Not George Zimmerman


SANFORD, Fla. — The mother of teenager Trayvon Martin testified Friday that she believed the screams on a 911 call heard on the night of her son's death were his, not those of George Zimmerman.

"I heard my son screaming," said Sybrina Fulton, who listened to the 911 tape of the final moments of his life on Feb. 26, 2012.

Fulton said she had to listen to the tape only once to know it was her son. She also testified that she didn't think her son was responsible for his own death.