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CBS Exclusive: Zimmerman attorney comments on newest medical evidence

Good morning it's Christine Nelson! So much to tell you about on this Friday, May 18. WBTV News This Morning is on from 4:30 a.m. - 7:00 a.m.

Even more new medical evidence than you have already heard about is coming out in the Trayvon Martin case. WBTV has been pouring over it and so has George Zimmerman's attorney. In fact, CBS This Morning will have an exclusive interview with him this morning to get his thoughts on whether the prosecution's case is getting weaker based on the new info coming out.

Another exclusive you'll see only on WBTV that will make any mother mad! It's about an autistic boy who says he was bullied at school. What his mother says happened and we have the response from the school. Watch our exclusive report.

Plus we'll show you the video again, that WBTV was able to get first, of the violent jewelry heist that happened at A. Bonnart Jewelers in Charlotte.

Don't forget to stay through our 6 a.m. hour for all new stories!

See you on the air!

Christine

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