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Published on Jun 30, 2012
I have divided this video into three parts. This first part covered the events leading up to the physical confrontation, focusing on contradictions between the 'What' of the re-enactment and Zimmerman's call to the police. This video examines the 'When,' the contradictions between Zimmerman's account in the re-enactment and the timeline established by the physical evidence of Zimmerman's police call and the first 911 call. The third part will cover the confrontation and aftermath - dealing with events that occurred after the police call ended, focusing on contradictions between the re-enactment and various witness statements and 911 calls.
For additional analysis of the Martin/Zimmerman case evidence and testimony, see http://whonoze.wordpress.com/. (Note, this is a not a forum for general opinion and commentary on the case, just evidenciary issues.)
I suspect many people will find one of the most significant aspects of Zimmerman's re-enactment to be the way it contradicts DeeDee's narrative, as presented in her interview with Florida States Attorney Bernard de la Rionda. My analysis of DeeDee's statement suggests that her account is unreliable on several points (see post at blog above). She routinely collapses time and space (of course, she has no visual references to the scene she is attempting to describe). Contradictions between the re-enactment and DeeDee's account of the start of the fight between Martin and Zimmerman will be taken up in part 3 of this series.