The only thing about W6 - and he clarifies this in his later statement - is that he only assumed the guy on the bottom was screaming.
Martins' back was to him, and George's head was away from him. He wouldn't be able to *see* who was screaming.
I wonder if they asked him if afterwards if the guy he talked to sounded like the guy that had just been screaming.
W6 also had this to say about who he thought was screaming .... it wasn't Trayvon.
"That's why I thought, when I first gave my statement, it was coming from the guy on the
bottom. One, he was on the bottom, so of course, I'm thinking, "Why would the guy on the top be yelling
'help'." Two, it was a clear 'help.' It wasn't an echo-y 'help,' bouncing off, you know, another house from
the guy facing away from me. It was more of a projected, ah, 'help' at that point. So that's why, when I say I can't truly see the face if the the guy on the bottom was yelling 'help,' that's why I thought, ah, you
know, the 'help' was coming from the guy on the bottom at that point. Because it was a clearer 'help,' and
it wasn't a, you know, kind of an echo-y, you know, bouncing off walls type of 'help.' If that helps."