Responding to post on another thread.
I have always thought it kind of odd that none of the other witnesses have remarked that they saw Selma Mora.
I thought so too, until I looked more closely at the timeline.
W-18's real-time account has W-13 taking a long time to get to Zimmerman. In his own statements, W-13 said he had a cell phone in one hand prepared to call 911, and he approached cautiously.
The last time W-18 reported W-13 walking was about 7:18:01. She reported seeing him with Zimmerman about 7:19:08.
On Cutcher's 911 call, she called to Mora to come inside for the fourth time about 7:18:42. About 7:18:48, she said 'Get -", and stopped, as if she saw that Mora was finally complying. Just before, about 7:18:39, she told the dispatcher 'there's people at them now'. That's ambiguous, but it could reflect that W-13 had reached Zimmerman by then.
However, W-13 said Zimmerman was on the phone when he approached, and Mora never mentioned seeing that.
Either way, if Zimmerman was on the phone when W-13 approached, he wasn't talking to Mora at that time, and she went back inside about that time if not earlier. So I don't think it's surprising that W-13 didn't notice her.
W-6 was looking out his upstairs window by then, but his attention was caught by the flashlight.
She says GZ told her to call the police but he doesn't mention her either.
He also didn't mention using the phone, but W-13 took a picture of that.
Zimmerman did say he told W-13 he had just gotten off the phone with the police, but if he meant that he called again after the shooting he never made that clear.
On her 911 call, Cutcher said 'they said call nine one one.' Then she started calling to Mora to come inside, and then asked Mora if the black guy was the one shot.
Unreliable as they are, I don't think Cutcher and Mora fabricated the story of seeing and speaking to Zimmerman. I do think it was only Mora, as Cutcher said on 2/26 (18/184
), and is consistent with Mora's written statement (102/184). They first said it was both of them on 3/1.