I think we may have been missing a really important piece of evidence, and I may have been wrong about something.
This whole time we've been assuming George never went back to his truck, and instead spent the two minutes between the end of his call and the start of the confrontation.
I think this is incorrect. I think George went back to his truck, and then went back out looking for Martin
My evidence: At 02:08 when George says "He's running", he gets out of his car and you hear the door chime. That's the 'hey, dummy, you've forgotten your keys' - and the chime only ends when the door is shut. Second is 03:22 of his NEN call
: When he tells the dispatcher directions to his truck, he says (as the NEN dispatcher is talking over him), "the keys are in the truck".
But we know from the evidence that George's keys with small flashlight were found near the T.
I think George went back to his truck to turn the engine off and retrieve the small flashlight on the keychain since his big flashlight wasn't working. He then went back to look for Martin.
George never mentions going back to his truck.
Can anyone find a fault in any of the above?