Would you want to see autopsy photos of Trayvon Martin? It's being reported that several organizations, including news networks, have filed for the release of sensitive information pertaining to the George Zimmerman case. Some of the sensitive pieces they want released include the autopsy photos of the 17-year-old man gunned down by Zimmerman.
If these photos are released, they'd quickly make it to the eyes of the public where they could be used in ways that are insulting to the family as well as harmful to the impending trial. Remember, just because George Zimmerman is free on bond doesn't mean he isn't going to trial. With the release of photos of Trayvon Martin and other evidence from that night, it may be harder than it already will be to find a jury. This will undoubtedly end in the same mess as the Casey Anthony trial. Remember that?
So would you want to see autopsy photos of Trayvon or do you think these documents should be sealed from media and public view?
Crime analyst and profiler Chelsea Hoffman can be found on The Huffington Post, Chelsea Hoffman: Case to Case and many other outlets. Follow @TheRealChelseaH on Twitter or click here to contact Chelsea directly.