On the NEN call, the state doesn't want you to remember Sean's "let me know if he does anything else" (which is on the timeline, which goes back with deliberations. Tells the jury to listen to how Zimmerman says "fscking punks" and "they always get away." Says he was going to play (in closing) a tape of Guy and de la Rionda using those words as a contrast, decided not to, tells the jury to listen to the NEN call for Zimmerman's tone.
He says, keep in mind, when Zimmerman and Sean were talking, they had no idea this would be dissected in court. They were just talking. Where is he going? Which way is he going now? He says maybe at this point Zimmerman cracks like the guy in the movie "Network" (I'M mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore!!!). No, he says, listen to Zimmerman later in the call. he says "OK" and stops following.
O'Mara put the weather report in so you can hear that the wind was up that night. Zimmerman isn't running after Martin, was he tracking him? You, the jury get to decide that. But he draws back to the ill will, spite, hatred. Referring to the NEN call, "what's your name" "George" and so on.
Is there any evidence in this case that supports the contention that he ran anywhere, or that he ran after Martin after he said "OK"? Let Guy tell you that there is even evidence that Zimmerman walked after Martin.