O'Mara digs out that this prospect viewed Martin as a kid (press accounts); and explains that impressions formed in the past, if not touched on in trial, may surface during deliberations, and may be a half-true impression (or worse).
O'Mara succeeds in getting more memories out of the prospect. Zimmerman's raised money to help them pay bills. O'Mara asks if this issue, they got moneys, doesn't come up in the case, would that memory or recollection be part of her calculus, or would she limit her calculus to evidence?
She's a third shift worker. Watches local channel 9, stopped taking the Sentinel. She likes CSI type programs. O'Mara wonders how believable she finds that sort of programming.
She claims only a total of 3 or 4 contacts with the case in news, conversations, web-surfs.