Witness #4 Files: Trayvon Martin / George Zimmerman Case


This is the information page for Witness #4 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.

Note: Some of the witnesses have come forward and given media interviews. Consequently, their names are publicly known. In such cases, the names of these witnesses, are included with their caller and witness number.



9-1-1 Call:



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Additional Information:

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  • Ladyloree621

    when will you have that information for us

  • Ladyloree621

    Witness four is Austin’s mom Cheryl Brown

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000719183647 Lisa Anderson Simon

    I hope not. That would be useless since she was at work and not there; and, Austen didn’t really say anything helpful in my opinion. He saw someone on the ground yelling for help and thought the person had fallen and hurt himself but chose to chase his dog who somehow got off leash. I’m hoping Witnesses #4 and 7 are the people who videoed the event and/or saw GZ attempting to restrain TM from going home. Moreover, I am hoping these witnesses saw there was more than one assailant against Trayvon.

  • Pookie

    Video tape? You mean the fake tape the cops told GZ they got from a house security camera showing the whole thing and GZ replied with a Thank God….. Made it up to see how he would react to it. No GZ trying to restrain TM on any tape but if TM ran off and then came back, which is the obvious, then upon approaching GZ from the dark GZ could have placed him under citizens arrest.

  • Lika564

    Yup, I did hope that Det. Serino was telling the truth about TM may have videotaped it b/c he supposedly videotaped every thing he was involved in. I was also hoping that Dets. Serino and Singleton would stick to what they learned in those interviews. So much for hope on that front.

  • Sesv

    The night of the shooting, Lead Det. Serino filed an affidavit that stated he was UNconvinced by Zimmerman’s version of events, and he recommended that Zimmerman be charged with manslaughter.

    “Investigative findings show that (Zimmerman) had at least two opportunities to speak with (Martin) in order to defuse the circumstances surrounding their encounter,” Det. Serino wrote in the report. “On at least two occasions (Zimmerman) failed to identify himself as a concerned resident or a neighborhood watch volunteer.”

    The detective also said Zimmerman’s actions “are inconsistent with those of a person who has stated he was in fear of another subject.”

    In the same report, Serino wrote that Zimmerman’s injuries were “marginally consistent with a life-threatening violent episode as described by him”.

    In the 2/29/12 re-enactment video: “You basically jumped out of the car to see where he was going. That’s not fear,” said detective Chris Serino in the videotape.
    Singleton repeatedly questioned Zimmerman as to whether he thought Martin might have been afraid of him.
    “Can you see how that might frighten him, you’d been following him? Do you think he was scared? Do you think he thought you were trying to hurt him?” asks Singleton in the video.

    Det. Serino, a 15-year veteran of the Sanford Police Dept. and a major-crimes investigator, was DEMOTED to overnight patrolman.

    June 2013: On the stand, we saw a very different Serino. He now helped Zimmerman’s defense. Perhaps his job was in jeopardy if he helped the Prosecution in any way?…

  • Lika564

    Thank you. I found the same info you did. I was stunned at Serino and Singleton for what they did on the stand at trial. It’s unconscionable what they did.