The 911 call that George Zimmerman made to report Trayvon Martin as a "suspicious guy," has been sent to FBI headquarters in Washington D.C. for further analysis to determine if he uttered a racial slur, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Martin was killed as he was walking through a gated community, carrying candy and iced tea. Neighborhood crime-watch volunteer George Zimmerman shot the teen, claiming it was in self defense.
AUDIO: George Zimmerman 911 Call
During the 911 call, there has been speculation that Zimmerman uttered the racial slur, under his breath, " f*king c**ns" after he tells the dispatcher that Martin was heading towards the back entrance of the complex. Zimmerman also allegedly says, "these a**holes always get away."
"The 911 call has been sent to the FBI headquarters for further analysis to determine if George used any racial slurs. If it can be determined that Zimmerman uttered the racial slur, he could be charged with a hate crime.," a source close to the situation tells RadarOnline.com. "The FBI has the technology to isolate portions of the call and enhance the audio. The FBI will be turning over their findings in a formal report to the United States Justice Department and prosecutors in Florida to determine if any criminal charges are going to be filed against Zimmerman."
During the call the dispatcher asks Zimmerman if he is following Martin, and he says yes. The operator then tells him, "we don't need you to do that."
Trayvon Martin's girlfriend was on the phone with him as Zimmerman was following him, and will be subpoenaed to appear in front of the grand jury when those proceedings begin on April 10.
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