ZIMMERMAN: Off of that sidewalk there's another sidewalk that goes between two rows of townhomes. It's my understanding that Trayvon went between the two rows of townhomes, and George was walking down the main sidewalk to see if he could see where Trayvon was going.
He continued walking down that sidewalk to the next street. He wanted an address. All he could see was the back of the townhomes and he could not see an address. So he asked the dispatcher to have the responding unit call him, and he could tell him the address. So he walked down to the end of the street -- I'm sorry, to the end of the sidewalk to the next street to get an address. He did not know at that time where Trayvon Martin had gone. As he was walking back to his vehicle, there was a sidewalk that goes to his left and Trayvon came from that area where the sidewalks meet. He asked my son if he had a problem, and George said, no, I don't have a problem. Trayvon said, well, you do now. He punched him in the face, broke his nose, knocked him to the sidewalk, and got on him and started beating him.
HANNITY: So he was walking back to the car, is what you are saying. Trayvon confronted him. He reached for his cell phone and Trayvon, this is confirmed -- his nose was broken. Is it true he had lacerations and injuries to the back his head, sir?
ZIMMERMAN: Yes, sir. He did.
HANNITY: OK, and his nose was broken that night, but he denied medical care although he was treated at the scene. Is that true too?
ZIMMERMAN: I believe the medics cleaned him up at the scene. Following that the police took him to the police station for several hours.
HANNITY: All right, walk us through it. First of all, did he stop when the dispatcher said, "stop" and how did we get to the point where the shot was fired. Explain that part of that because that is obviously the key moment in this thing.
ZIMMERMAN: When the dispatcher said we know longer need you to do that, and George acknowledged OK. He no longer knew where Trayvon was. So he continued walking down the sidewalk directly in front of him to the next street to get an address. He got an address. He was walking back to his vehicle. Trayvon came from his left side, asked him did he have a problem. George said no. At that point Trayvon said well you do now. He punched him in the nose, knocked him to the concrete, and started beating him. George was there yelling for help for at least 40 seconds. It's clearly him on the tape. There's absolutely no doubt about who it is. A neighbor came, saw what was happening. Saw George being beaten. Heard George yelling for help and the neighbors said he was calling 911. That's what he went inside and did.
HANNITY: How do you know, sir, that that was your son on the 911 tape? I know there's been conflicting reports about this.
ZIMMERMAN: Well, when I first heard -- first, I heard the Martin family say that that was their son, and I thought, well, they are a grieving family and maybe the tapes were not too good. But then when I heard the actual recording, me, my family, friends, everybody knows absolutely that's George.
HANNITY: We continue with George Zimmerman's father, Robert, his attorneys, Craig Sooner and Hal Uhrig is with us.
Mr. Zimmerman, let me go back. Obviously, you are telling the story of your son and none of us were there and I know people are trying to put this together. But I would argue there's been a rush to judgment.
By that the president has weighed into this. We know that members of Congress have used terms like Trayvon was hunted like a rabid dog, racial profiling was involved in the case, that was Bobby Rush. Reverend Jesse Jackson, he killed an unarmed 17-year-old kid and then, quote, "walks away." This is racial profiling and lies. You know, so many things have been said that he was executed for WWBGC, walking while black in a gated community.
What do you say to the president? What do you say to these members of Congress? What do you say to all these activists and people who have, quote, "rushed to judgment" here?
ZIMMERMAN: I just believe it's very sad that so many people are not telling the truth on purpose for their own agenda. I really thought that we had gotten past a lot of racial problems.
HANNITY: You said about the president, you didn't see so much hate. You didn't expect or foresaw so much hate coming from the president or members of Congress. What did you mean by that, sir?
ZIMMERMAN: Well, immediately the Congressional Black Caucus, the NAACP, I don't know how many agencies and organizations were calling for the arrest of George.
HANNITY: They are still calling for it.
ZIMMERMAN: And 95 percent of the facts -- yes and 95 percent of the facts of that been verified by Sanford, the city of Sanford, they said that George's story is consistent with every eyewitness account and every piece of evidence they have.
HANNITY: All right, let me go to the attorneys here, Craig Sonner and Hal Uhrig. Gentlemen, thank you both for being with us. Appreciate you being here tonight.
Let me talk about the eyewitness in this case. Because wasn't that eyewitness available from that first night and didn't he say that he saw Trayvon beating on George Zimmerman?
HAL UHRIG, ZIMMERMAN'S ATTORNEY: I'll let Mr. Sonner start with that one.
CRAIG SONNER, ZIMMERMAN'S ATTORNEY: Well, as far as, you know, those were the reports that came out. You know, a lot of information on this case was released from the beginning. No one is going back and saying, well, what do we know?
Because I believe Trayvon Martin's father, I saw an interview that was dated some time back, and he relayed what the police had told him. We've heard several accounts by Mr. Zimmerman and George's brother, and those all line up the same way. There are police reports. There's evidence that has been released that shows a story of George Zimmerman acting in self-defense. And how the other -- how these other things, how these other conclusions is drawn is really a mystery as to how the media could put that kind of a spin on a story. And first and foremost, there is really -- none of this evidence that's been released so far would even be admissible in court yet. There will be evidence in this case that will be admissible in court and we need to wait until that comes out instead of rushing to judgment.
HANNITY: Well, one of the things is, you know, I think the most important thing is that this eyewitness does exist. It seems to have been ignored. Then you have the doctoring of tapes by NBC News and then you have ABC News making a conclusion about the videotape.
Let me ask you this question. I have been told, and there's a lot of rumors, that there is more evidence that is out there that has not come out. Can you tell me, can either one of you attorneys confirm that for us?
SONNER: Well, there's -- the police have done an extensive investigation. I know that. There is more evidence that will come out. I'm not at liberty to discuss that because --
HANNITY: How big an impact would that have on the case then?
SONNER: I believe there's enough physical evidence to draw the conclusion that everything that has been said in these -- that we've learned so far, that George Zimmerman was acting in self-defense that night, is all going to match up. It's all going to be confirmed by physical evidence.
UHRIG: Sean, if this case --
HANNITY: Go ahead.
UHRIG: If this case comes down to a case of the law and the facts, then George Zimmerman is going to be justified in what he did. Unfortunately, it's been turned into something it was never intended to be.
On the morning of February 26th, we had a peaceful town where people went to church and sat together in multi-racial congregations, they stood in line in the grocery store and we didn't have a town of unrest because of race relations. Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton brought that to town. They turned it into a racial event when it never ever was one. Once all the evidence is out and you understand how the law works and what the facts are, this is a pretty clear case.
HANNITY: And I go back, Mr. Zimmerman does not have any history of racism that we know of. He doesn't -- he did tutor minority children. He did, in fact, stick up more a minority that was hit outside that bar incident?
UHRIG: All of that is true. When you have the conclusions that are drawn, these rallies are the loudest voices and supposedly the most intelligent voices. They are coming to conclusions that are absolutely unsupported by history or fact.
HANNITY: All right, last question. What about the bounty that has been put on Mr. Zimmerman by the new Black Panther Party. I haven't seen any evidence that that person has been arrested. Are you demanding the arrest of the new Black Panther Party member that put that bunt at the out there?
SONNER: You know, I think none of us were appointed to be roving attorney generals so that's not my job to do that. I would hope some justice would be brought. I'm not going to stand here and say you should go and arrest him.