[Updated at 4 p.m. EST]
The FBI interviewed dozens of people after George Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin, but none mentioned thinking the killing was racially motivated, according to evidence released on Thursday.
Hundreds of pages of documents, including FBI interviews with Zimmerman's friends, co-workers and neighbors, were made public Thursday in the Florida murder case against the now-infamous neighborhood watch volunteer.
Zimmerman fatally shot Martin, an unarmed black 17-year-old, in late February. Zimmerman, 28, maintains he feared for his life and shot Martin in self-defense under Florida's "stand your ground law." Sanford, Fla. police did not immediately charge Zimmerman, prompting protests and demands for a federal civil rights investigation.
In addition to those close to Zimmerman, the FBI also questioned Sanford detectives working the case, including leadRead More »from FBI interviews, other evidence released in George Zimmerman murder case