| ||Forensics tests in George Zimmerman's murder trial show that none of the victim's DNA was found on the gun used to kill him, according to evidence released Wednesday by the Duval County State Attorney. Trayvon Martin's DNA was definitely not on the gun's grip, but the tests were inconclusive for the holster. Trayvon's blood was found on the jacket Zimmerman wore. And Zimmerman's DNA was found on the bottom part of the Nike sweatshirt Trayvon wore under his hoodie. Zimmerman's DNA was not found under Trayvon's fingernails.
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