1:57 .... heeeee's baaaaack.
O'Mara confirms that Serino was in charge of the investigation, met with Tracy and Green on either the day after or the day after that. Purpose was to being them up to peed with the progress of the investigation. Tracy was concerned there was no arrest. O'Mara asks Serino to outline the setting - conference room, PD second floor. Played 911 recording at his desk. Agrees this was a cubicle/cubby. Who was sitting where? Serino facing his monitor, Martin was to Serino's back left, Brandy (shows posture, I'm just listening).
Did you play the Lauer 911 call? Yes, played all of them. How did you play the Lauer recording? It was audible, as clear as Serino could make it, could have been off CD of e-mail. What was Martin;s response. Emotional, understandably so. Let him rest on the sounds, then asked if that was his son in the background. Verbal and non-verbal, looked away, and under his breath, as Serino interpreted it, said "no." Never asked it be played again. Did not indicate trouble hearing. Green was consoling Tracy. Did not ask Green. Green did not volunteer an opinion if it was Trayvon.
Who else nearby? Sgt. Leon Sisla.
Cross exam by Bernardo. Did Sisla linger? He was there when the tape was played. Was Singleton around? No, Serino did not see her.
Bernardo describing how difficult it is to deal with family members who have lost loved ones.
Did you tell Tracy that he would hear a shot, would hear the death of his son? Not that Serino recalls. Do you recall the order of playing the calls? No. Do you realize these are gut wrenching, emotional? Yes. Do you agree that Tracy reacted appropriately to the calls? yes.