Stacey Livingston (Paramedic)

Sanford Fire Department: 20th witness called by Prosecution (the State)

Overview:

Stacey Livingston
This is the information page for Stacey Livingston (Paramedic Sanford Fire Department), a witness in the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case. You will find links to the available documents and media below. You can also locate other corresponding testimony and information on the site.

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Name:

Stacey Livingston

Witness Summary:

Stacey Livingston says, when they pulled in, there were several officers on scene. Paramedics were advised of two patients. One was shot and had CPR performed. They determined via cardiac monitor that the gunshot victim was deceased. Police were doing CPR. She hesitates on who checked ABCs. She says she is not sure, but she was on Trayvon’s left side.

She was getting ready to do CPR, and states she lifted his shirt. She went to lift his sewatshirt and felt something big in it–like a soda can. She placed it aside. She saw a bullet hole in his chest.

Michael Brandy was putting on the heart monitor–or maybe the other paramedic who was there did it. Since it wasnt a cardiac arrest situation, they did not perform CPR. She says she thinks it was the lieutenant who said “This is a crime scene now. Let’s just back out.”

She says Zimmerman was sitting in the police car with his legs out. She and others went up to him to assess him. His nose was injured–some of the blood was dried. He had two small 1-inch lacerations on the back of his head. They tried to clean him up. The police asked if he needed to go to the hospital. She doesn’t know how, but someone determined that the police would take him.

Zimmerman was complaining of his injuries. He didn’t say a whole lot while she was there. He didn’t seem to be impaired. She didn’t do any other assessments of his body while he was being treated. Investigator asked her whether he complained about his knees, but she doesn’t remember. He was complaining on of the injuries she saw, and he he didn’t complain about anything else. She doesnt think he complained about his hands.

Zimmerman didn’t make any statements about what occurred, and she didnt ask anything. She says that Martin was never conscious. They confirm that he never made any statements. She said that Trayvon was laying on his back and the officers were doing CPR. He was wearing a sweatshirt with a waist pocket. She knows because there was a can in his hoodie pocket. She took it out and sat it next to him. He had a shirt underneath. He had a wound to his chest, and he wasn’t even bleeding.

Interviews / Testimony:

Testimony in the trial of George Zimmerman from 6/28/2013:

The following interviews are the full, uncut audio files released as part of the discovery court proceedings in the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case. Names and some other identifying information have been redacted to protect the identities of the witnesses.

Florida Department of Law Enforcement – March 24, 2012 (~13 min)

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  • Guest

    Ok…if Trayvon wasn’t even bleeding, then whose blood and mixed DNA was all over Zimmerman’s clothes in numerous stains?

    From ME report, I understand that Trayvon bled into his chest.

    • http://www.facebook.com/cortez.harris3 Cortez Harris

      perhaps the witness that changed his story, maybe he was the one seen with a white T-shirt, maybe GZ had an aid in this crime

      • skeptical

        I wondered about that white t-shirt, black sneakers person one witness mentioned. no other mention than on a 911