Author Topic: Day 1: Opening Statements, June 24, 2013  (Read 19625 times)

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Re: Day 1: Opening Statements, June 24, 2013
« Reply #255 on: June 25, 2013, 11:17:24 AM »
The 711 cashier testified that there were no cameras outside the 711. 

AFAIK he's right. One of the inside cameras has a view of the parking lot through the window.

Photo set.

ETA: Martin isn't visible for most of the time he was in the parking lot. He passes in front of the window when he leaves.
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Re: Day 1: Opening Statements, June 24, 2013
« Reply #256 on: June 25, 2013, 01:49:17 PM »
Responding to post on another thread.

IIRC, Guy didn't even mention W-2 yesterday.

I'm sure that's correct. Good point.

That was something I meant to be watching for, and it slipped my mind completely.

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Re: Day 1: Opening Statements, June 24, 2013
« Reply #257 on: June 26, 2013, 05:36:49 AM »
The way Guy dealt with Zimmerman's injuries is almost funny.

Guy told the story of Martin's death twice, in a short, preview version, then a long version.

In the short version, Zimmerman walked up to Martin, pushed the gun into his chest, and shot him. In the long version, otherwise more detailed, the shooting was not recounted at all. It was alluded to, implicitly letting memory of the short version fill in.

Only then, after Martin's death in the long version, were Zimmerman's injuries mentioned by Guy. He immediately moved into minimizing their severity. But wait a minute. Be the injuries heavy or light, why did Zimmerman have injuries at all? That's not part of the story.

I'm thinking Guy may be setting up the idea that Zimmerman's injuries were self-inflicted.

 

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