This backs up what we have been saying here:
Just look at the timeline we have here.– It is confirmed as per the 911 call Zimmerman made that night that once he was on foot looking for Trayvon Martin that he had LOST sight of Martin.
This is huge. It indicates that there was no post-phone call pursuit, as we have been saying all along. There was one pursuit: it was 25 seconds long. It ended almost two minutes before the end of the George's call to non-emergency dispatch. So our timeline is now:Police say there is about a one minute gap in between the time of end of Zimmerman’s phone call to them where they don’t know what happened and after that one minute is what they hear on the 911 call made by the resident as the struggle is in progress.
0.00: (approx. 7:00 pm): Zimmerman's call to non-emergency dispatch. He is in his vehicle
0.58-2:06: Trayvon approaches Zimmerman's vehicle.
2.06: Trayvon changes his mind and starts to run. Zimmerman still in his SUV.
2.10: Zimmerman gets out of his car. (2.10-2.14)
2:14-2:39: Zimmerman pursues Trayvon on foot. He is winded. Huffing and puffing. (Windedness: 2.20-2.45 on the tape)
2.23: Dispatch asks if Zimmerman is in pursuit.
2.26: "We don't need you to do this."
2.39: Trayvon completely disappears. Zimmerman no longer sees him.
2.39-2.45: Zimmerman's breathing calms down
2:45-4.11: Zimmerman and dispatch discuss where to meet police officer; Zimmerman gives his name and address, but registers fear that Trayvon might still be around somewhere. Clearly he doesn't see him or know where he is.
4.11-5.11 (approx): Unclear. Zimmerman claims he walked back to van and Trayvon attacked him.
5.11 (approx): First 911 calls from neighbors start.
This we have to wait to be confirmed in its entirely, but there is a lot of evidence to to back most of it up.Zimmerman told police that he’d lost sight of Martin and was headed back to his SUV when Martin confronted him and that’s when the altercation allegedly started. Zimmerman’s claims are that Martin asked him what his problem was and said that he had a problem now, and punched him in the nose and slammed his head against the sidewalk and was on top of him, beating him up, and that he (Martin) was reaching for his (Zimmerman’s) gun, and that he (Zimmerman) had no choice but to shoot to save his life.
Gotta read her whole post: http://sistertoldjah.com/archives/20...e-falls-apart/
However, she makes many of the same points we've been making here, which is a GOOD thing. It means that there are actual facts that can be backed up.