I thought MOM referring to Lauers exterior light not being on
If you are talking about the part I am thinking of, O'Mara didn't say it wasn't on. He said the state hadn't proved it was on, and it was their burden.
I don't think he was talking about a light in the back. From the beginning of the case, and I mean the case, not just the trial, I don't recall that there has ever been an issue about the lighting of that unit in the back. I think O'Mara was talking about this light,
and whether GZ could see the house number on 1211 Twin Trees Ln.
I think that's a moot point, except as another illustration of GZ fantasizing or confabulating. By his own account,
GZ had reached Retreat View Circle by the time the dispatcher asked him where he wanted to meet the police. On the NEN call
, it was after that when the dispatcher asked him for the address where his truck was parked (2:52).