A medical report conducted the day after George Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin shows he went to the doctor’s office because he needed a note to return to work.
The morning after he killed Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman went to a clinic with what appeared to be a broken nose, two black eyes and two cuts on the back of his head. But the physician’s assistant who treated him determined he neither needed X-rays nor had he suffered head trauma, newly released medical records show.
Zimmerman declined to go to an ear, nose and throat specialist even though it was recommended, the physician’s assistant wrote. She also suggested he see a psychologist because of what he had just gone through.