Responding to comment on another thread.
Trayvon reaches the mailboxes (after which George lost sight of him, prompting his statement to the dispatcher, “these as*sholes, they always get away.”)
Dee Dee implied to de la Rionda
that Martin was caught in the rain outside 'the gated place', and entered the complex already running to the mail shelter (5:33-53).
As an aside, this would make more sense if Martin came in the front entrance. That would also fit better with Crump's version.
He runs into the apartment complex and runs to the first building he sees to try to get out of the rain.
Dee Dee told de la Rionda the phone call disconnected about this time, putting it about 15 minutes before the police call began recording (5:54-58).
Zimmerman never said he lost sight of Martin at the mail shelter. When he worked on the map for Singleton, he explained in detail how he lost sight of Martin 'behind these houses'.
I've done some research on whether Zimmerman would have been able to see Martin walk down the middle of TTL and round the corner of 3251 RVC, as he seems to have told Singleton. I think he could have.
The same research leads me to think Martin could not have walked eastward on TTL from the mail shelter without Zimmerman seeing him.
From 'These a*holes' to 'he's running' is about 30 seconds.
The drive from the clubhouse to parking on TTL took 41 seconds in the reenactment
Martin would have to run to cover the 380 feet from the mail shelter to the backyard area in 30 seconds. He's supposed to loiter for 'a couple of minutes', and then Dee Dee said he was 'walking'.
How did Martin have time to double back and circle the truck? How did Zimmerman have time to be circled?
Why didn't Zimmerman say a word about this second approach on the police call? Why is all the drama, the hand in the waistband, part of the first pass in the police call, and part of the second pass in the interviews, whenever there is a second pass? Why hasn't Dee Dee said that Martin doubled back and circled the truck?