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updated: 9/11/2013 11:58 AM

Police work to extract video from Zimmerman iPad

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  • In this still image made from dash-cam video provided by the Lake Mary (Fla.) Police, George Zimmerman is detained by officers on Monday, Sept. 9, 2013. Police in central Florida have been focusing on a broken iPad in their investigation of a domestic dispute between George Zimmerman and his estranged wife Shellie this week. Shellie Zimmerman called 911, saying her estranged husband was in his truck and threatening her and her father with a gun. She also said her husband punched her father in the nose. Hours later, she told police she hadn't seen a gun.

      In this still image made from dash-cam video provided by the Lake Mary (Fla.) Police, George Zimmerman is detained by officers on Monday, Sept. 9, 2013. Police in central Florida have been focusing on a broken iPad in their investigation of a domestic dispute between George Zimmerman and his estranged wife Shellie this week. Shellie Zimmerman called 911, saying her estranged husband was in his truck and threatening her and her father with a gun. She also said her husband punched her father in the nose. Hours later, she told police she hadn't seen a gun.
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LAKE MARY, Fla. -- A police spokesman says that law enforcement analysts are having difficulty extracting video from an iPad used by the wife of George Zimmerman, which remains key in determining whether either will face charges after a domestic dispute.

Lake Mary police spokesman Zach Hudson said at a news conference Wednesday that an iPad used by Shellie Zimmerman to record an argument with her estranged husband is in "bad shape." He says it could be several weeks or months before its video is analyzed because investigators don't currently have the necessary tools to extract it.

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Hudson says without an examination of the footage, he doesn't expect there to be an imminent charges against either person.

A police report on the incident is expected to be released this afternoon.

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