I think this has been proven to be inaccurate. First, TM's feet are roughly 30' from the T and it had fallen off of George and been rolled over to perform live saving measures meaning it could have been another 5' or so closer when the shot occurred. Also, I don't recall Z ever saying where he fell is where the struggle stayed with no movement. John saw them outside for what ,5-10 seconds and he has them moving from the grass to the concrete and its clear it moved back to the grass before the shot. The witness on the end unit seems to describe a slow moving conflict with what sounded like wrestling on the ground and cries for help.
Seems to me most of the evidence has Z getting struck by the T, stumbling south (the way the land flows) and as he stumbled, TM got on top. The exact distance of this first event is unknown, but I'd guess this put them somewhere behind the end unit witnesses or about 10-15 feet from the T. The fight then moves another 15-20 feet over the next minute or so. It really doesn't seem all that difficult to believe that the bodies moved this far on the ground over this amount of time.
All distances cited below are IMO but based on google earth ruler tool and an overlay of the total station map that ALREADY was in agreement with my earlier assessment based solely on photo analysis. What do you base your estimates on?
It's 30 feet to the tan bag from the south edge of the T. So TM's feet are more like 44 foot away from the inside of the T. And rolling a body over five feet probably puts them back on their face again - try it in bed, and I hope you don't fall off. Plus we don't know which way he was rolled, but his cell phone was father south. I doubt the body was moved farther than the width of Trayvon's skinny hips.
Yes, the struggle on the ground may have moved some
but the objects around are in a circle less than eight foot across at most, IMO. I doubt it moved far since GZ claims TM was "riding" him the whole time, and engaged in many activities such as head banging and smothering etc. Do you claim the fight went to the ground after
TM got on top of hims somehow (piggyback?) because that's not what George claims, ever.
Fifteen feet south of where GZ stood in the walk thru video is even with the north edge of the building. So if you are trying to claim halfway down past 1211 TTL then the distance is more like 25 feet. If the fight then went to the ground and moved to where the body/shell casing were found then it moved another 20 feet on the ground. Looking forward to your You Tube video of a "cowboy on an inverted inchworm" demonstrating that part of the move. Don't forget the head slams and smothering, MMA, etc.
Whatever the actual distances are, they are not favorable estimates pulled from thin air and waved away with vague explanations.
Here's GZ's orignal descriptions to SIngleton, the night of the killing:"I fell to the ground when he punched me the first time"
"as soon as he punched me i fell backwards into the grass."
"and he punched me in the nose. At that point, I fell down…"
and during the "stress test" he tells it like this:
"and he just punched me in the nose, and i fell backwards and to my side, and he ended up on top of me"
George's story IMO sounds like he was on his feet on the sidewalk at John's backyard at the moment he was punched. How did he get there and what were the two doing at the time?