trayvon martin's mother sybrina fulton*The Trayvon Martin case is turning out to be a bit more complicated than most anticipated.

The autopsy report revealed that the 17-year-old teen who was gunned down in Stanford, Fla. by an armed neighborhood watchman in February, had THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, in his blood.

The report was included in the piles of evidence in the case and released by prosecutors.

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Other new details in the case include reports of the suspect sustaining minor injuries the night of the fight.

As we reported, photos reveal George Zimmerman had a 1-inch laceration on his head and forehead abrasion, including a bloody nose.

The suspect told police that night that he did not have any other bruises or cuts, but his back hurt.

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A huge question lingering in the case is whether or not the shooter was actually injured during the altercation. Zimmerman claims he was defending himself only because Martin, who was unarmed, allegedly attacked him.

Other evidence released by the prosecution includes 911 calls, video and several documents.

The evidence was released to the public Thursday.