Responding to post on another thread.
And I think he was at Lakes Edge when he took shelter from heavier rains. It coincides with the bank videos at 6:39 where the windshield wipers were not on intermittent but consistently moving IIRC. If you add 15min it gets you to 6:54.
I'm not getting the point of the last sentence.
Now I'm looking at Martin's phone records,
from 6:30 on (pp. 6-7).
At 6:30, just after passing out of the view of the 7-11 cameras, Martin called North Dade. The connection lasted 13 minutes, to 6:43. Must be Dee Dee. She didn't mention the 6:43 connection break to de la Rionda.
At 6:41 Martin took an incoming call, that lasted 4 minutes. Three way? Or was he juggling them? Or did Martin take more than a minute to sweet talk Dee Dee off the phone, until he could finish his business with Caller X? Either way, Dee Dee hasn't spoken a known word about any of the other calls Martin received.
Have investigators identified Caller X? I doubt it was Chad. I think his call would have been one of the under-a-minute ones, which I'm ignoring.De la Rionda
told Dee Dee 'We've got all the phone records' (5:02), but he never asked who else Martin was talking to.
At 6:45 Martin was done with Caller X, and called North Dade. The call lasted 5 minutes.
At 6:49 Martin got another incoming call, which lasted 4 minutes. This time Dee Dee was off the phone before the end of the next minute.
To me it looks like two of the disconnections that Dee Dee implied were the phone 'acting up' (4:59), might have been Dee Dee clearing the line for Martin to talk to someone else.
At 6:53 and 6:54 Martin made calls to North Dade that were billed at 1 minute. These may have been calls to Dee Dee that were aborted for some reason, maybe because the phones were 'acting up'. If one or both of these calls were to Dee Dee, then Martin may have told her he was done with his other call.
At 6:54 Martin got an incoming call that lasted 18 minutes. It would end at 7:12, roughly in the middle of Zimmerman's call reporting Martin to the Sanford Police Department.
At 7:12 Martin got an incoming call that lasted 4 minutes.
The last two calls would be the ones on which Dee Dee claimed that Martin gave her a play-by-play of his encounter with Zimmerman.
Dee Dee told de la Rionda that the phones disconnected about the time that Martin ran to the mail shade, and that it was re-established by Dee Dee calling Martin (5:38-58).
If the rain started at 6:36 or earlier, that would have been in the first half of the 6:30-6:43 call. It could not have been coincident with a lost connection.
So, if we conjecture that the rain started at such a time, that Martin took shelter somewhere in Lakes Edge or Colonial Village, and that Dee Dee was mistaken about the coincident timing of the rain and the phone disconnection, what then? What can we say next about the timeline?
I meant to explore this question, but wrestling with the phone records has already made a longer post than I expected. I'll leave it there for now.