It seems like every member of the Zimmerman family has something to say to the press lately - everyone except George, that is.
Robert Zimmerman Jr., the brother of Trayvon Martin's shooter George Zimmerman, appeared on Piers Morgan's show to speak out in his brother's defense. This interview comes not 24 hours after Robert Zimmerman Sr. broke his silence to plead his son's case to Fox Orlando.
While the elder Zimmerman came off as angry and defensive, Robert Jr. makes a more compelling case. He describes George's account of that night in graphic detail, reiterating the version of events that casts Trayvon Martin as the aggressor. Robert Jr. went on to guarantee that when the medical records from that night are released, they will corroborate George's story.
"We're confident the medical records are going to explain all of George's medical history," said the younger Rob Zimmerman. "His nose looks swollen in that video. I'm his brother."
Robert Jr.'s stated goal on CNN's Piers Morgan show was to correct some of the "mythology" and untruths being propagated about his brother and family in the media.
Piers Morgan presses Robert on his version of events, reminding him that Trayvon Martin was carrying nothing more than an iced tea and a bag of skittles on the night of the shooting. Robert deflects this point, doubling down on George's claim that Trayvon tried to take the neighborhood watchman's gun. Zimmerman Jr. then continued to parrot a quote that his father produced on Fox Orlando.
"[Martin] said, 'you have a piece, you're going to die tonight.'" Robert Jr. insists.
See a video of the interview below: