George Zimmerman’s trial is still a work in progress. However, evidence is continuing to mount that the arrest and charge of Mr. Zimmerman may have been the wrong call, after all. In the most recent piece of evidence, the Smoking Gun reports that Zimmerman passed a lie detector test about his behavior the night of the shooting:

According to a “confidential report” prepared by the Sanford Police Department, Zimmerman willingly submitted to a computer voice stress analyzer (CVSA) “truth verification” on February 27. Investigators concluded that he “has told substantially the complete truth in regards to this examination.”

Zimmerman, the report noted, “was classified as No Deception Indicated (NDI).”

Along with questions about whether his first name was George and if it was Monday, Zimmerman was asked, “Did you confront the guy you shot?’ He answered, “No.” He was also asked, “Were you in fear for your life, when you shot the guy.” Zimmerman replied, “Yes.”

Here’s a page of the report itself, straight from the Sanford Police Department:

George Zimmerman Passed a Lie Detector Test After Shooting Trayvon Martin

Now, it should be noted that lie detector tests can be fooled, so much so that entire guides exist on the internet for how to do so. However, given the path the case has been taking over the past few weeks, and also given that Sanford police interrogators are probably better at administering these tests than average, we suspect that at least some validity has to be applied to these results.