SHOTLIST:

POOL - AP Clients Only

Sanford, Florida 28 June, 2013

1. SOUNDBITE: Bernie De La Rionda, Prosecutor:

"Did it appear to you as if the defendant had been in a fight, sir?"

RESPONSE: (Jonathan Manlo - Zimmerman Neighbor) "Yes"

Rionda: "Did he speak to you sir?"

RESPONSE: (Jonathan Manlo) "Yes"

Rionda: "Did he respond to your questions?"

RESPONSE: (Jonathan Manlo) "Yes"

Rionda: "Did he appear as if he appear as if he was out of it, like not thinking clearly?"

RESPONSE: (Jonathan Manlo) "no"

2. UPSOUND: Rionda:

"What did you tell her and what did she say, and also, more importantly, if the defendant said anything while this was going on?"

3. SOUNDBITE: Jonathan Manlo, Zimmerman Neighbor:

"OK. I had a connection with her right away and I said, 'your husband has been involved in a shooting. He's being handcuffed and he's going to be held for questioning by the Sanford Police Department.' And, about that time he cut me off and said, 'just tell her I shot someone.'"

3. SOUNDBITE: Don West, Zimmerman Defense Attorney:

"What caught your attention first was George Zimmerman?"

RESPONSE: Jonathan Manlo, Zimmerman Neighbor:

"yes."

WEST: "and, when you saw him there, he was breathing hard?"

Yes.

WEST: He was staggering?

Yes.

WEST: "And it looked to you like he had just gotten his butt beat?"

Yes.

WEST: "And, you approached him?"

RESPONSE: Jonathan Manlo, Zimmerman Neighbor:

"yes"

WEST: "you weren't fearful of him?"

"no"

4. SOUNDBITE: Mark O'Mara, Zimmerman Defense Attorney:

"And, what is that just on the bridge of the nose, sort of going towards his right eye?"

RESPONSE: Stacy Livingston, EMT/First Responder:

"Appears to be a small laceration."

O'Mara: "Did you note that as well, that he had a laceration on the nose?"

RESPONSE: Livingston, EMT/First Responder:

"I did not."

O'Mara: "In your experience, is that consistent getting struck in the nose?"

RESPONSE: Livingston, EMT/First Responder:

"It could."

O'Mara: "In your experience, is that consistent with getting struck in the nose by a fist, in the nose?

RESPONSE: Livingston, EMT/First Responder:

"it could"

O'Mara: "similar to the injuries to the nose itself and the swelling, are they also consistent with a fist strike to the nose?

RESPONSE: Livingston, EMT/First Responder:

"very possibly."

SHOTLIST:

Two former neighbors of George Zimmerman have been describing what they saw and heard during and after Zimmerman's fatal encounter with Trayvon Martin last year.

A man who went outside after hearing a gunshot says Zimmerman asked him to call his wife and tell her that he shot someone.

Jonathan Manlo took cellphone photos of a bloodied Zimmerman and of Martin's body, and those photos were shown to jurors today.

He said Zimmerman didn't appear shocked, and that he acted calmly. It was after police arrived and handcuffed Zimmerman that Zimmerman asked him to call his wife.

Earlier, another neighbor who saw a struggle between Zimmerman and Martin said it appeared that the teen was straddling Zimmerman as they scuffled on the ground.

Zimmerman has claimed that he shot Martin in self-defense as the teen was banging Zimmerman's head on the ground.

But Jonathan Good says he didn't see anyone being attacked that way.

 

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