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Dee Dee urges him to run on home, and he tells her he's almost there, tired and isn't going to run anymore.
Dee Dee said that at that point Martin told her he wouldn't run because he was almost home, period (8:57-9:20).
She didn't say he was tired until after the 'couple of minutes', when the strange man appeared again behind him, and for the third time she urged him to run (9:21-10:09).
Dee Dee said she asked Martin why he wouldn't run. She seemed to be starting to say how he answered, but then she interrupted herself to explain how she could tell that Martin was tired from the sound of his breathing.
Then de la Rionda interjected this gem (9:57-10:04):
I'm sorry. Trayvon said he's not running because, he's not gonna run, he said, because you could tell he was tired?
The hypothesis seems to be that Martin would have run, despite being tired, if only Dee Dee had not been able to tell that he was tired. And that's what he told Dee Dee.
Dee Dee solemnly answered in the affirmative. These two make quite a team.
We still don't know what Dee Dee told Crump.
Crump has given us a summary version,
and it's a bit different.
In Crump's version Dee Dee never said Martin was tired.
Crump said Dee Dee urged Martin to run twice. The first time, it was because Martin had slowed down so the following vehicle could catch up with him, so he could get a look inside. So Dee Dee told Martin to run, and he did run.
He's running trying to lose him. He tells her, I think I lost him. So, he's walking and then she says that he says very simply, oh, he's right behind me. He's right behind me again.
The part where Dee Dee said 'keep running' gets a skip in this version.
When Martin was being followed again, said Crump, Dee Dee told him to run again. Martin said he wouldn't run, and he didn't explain why. Instead, he said he would 'walk fast'.
The 'walk fast' line is not to be found anywhere in the recording of Dee Dee's interview with de la Rionda. Martin slowing down for the car to catch up with him, and trying to look inside, isn't there either.