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Tonight high drama and the George Zimmerman Trout trade -- mother testifying today that the voice heard on the 911 audiotape screening in the background.
Belongs -- -- dead son and a Fox News exclusive the attorney for trade on Stanley is here to go on the record.
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Shoot someone in -- it's flying itself on its face an incident -- we're not exactly sure what the State's case since.
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Hello and welcome to on the record I'm Kimberly Guilfoyle and for -- SUS tonight -- As dramatic and emotional -- -- today in the George Zimmerman murder trial the medical examiner testifying trade on Martin's survive for one to ten minutes.
After being shot by -- amendment.
-- bonds' mother also testified today joining -- now and on the record exclusive is the attorney for trade on Martin's family.
-- parts mr.
parks thanks for joining us on the program tonight.
So an emotional day in court Serena -- taking the stand you spoke with the family how are they doing with the prosecution is now rested their case defenses began.
What it's been a tough day here in -- they have for the family obviously they anticipated the day.
And they were very -- as they prepared and we worked with them to prepare them.
It -- that moment came we're so grateful to him to take this thing and it was tougher.
To go in to talk about just on that did -- the -- shot again at the carrier.
What she recognized as his voice they did to the question about it she maintaining hope that it was it was.
Really really something that she -- she didn't have to go through but obviously be allowed to ask her.
Probably the -- -- that though was -- -- -- sitting through court.
It to hear about how the bullet in -- designs.
Heart and how it broke into pieces that went into as long.
How blood filled his loans in his last moments on dole who are very tough moment for him as he tried to hold -- as best he could to keep it together.
Is very tough -- is their child to their loved him very much and -- that the tragic way.
In in which she died now like I mentioned before the prosecution of course has rested.
Content to speak with the family your thoughts reflections on whether or not you feel that.
The DA's office put sufficient evidence forward to get a second degree murder conviction.
I believe they have it I think that you can't always go back to the best evidence in this case is are the non emergency -- one tapes there.
Zimmerman made to the police department.
In his mindset and so when you start talking about and said you take the history -- us now and evidence of Georgia will always call in the cops mainly on young black men.
At the end the night of the called.
How he talks about the fact.
Of this -- be suspicious and called on the eighth hole and how it could always get away with so.
That goes -- -- markets did that created a very serious about it said that we saw in statement after statement.
But how adored -- -- clearly had -- his mind that all these occurred that it happened in his neighborhood and he had hit it to do something about it.
Okay -- the prosecution has the burden and it is a high one mr.
parks to prove that there was essentially implied malice that.
-- -- and -- evening essentially was going out to you know get justice that he'd been tired of the the burglaries that were happening in his gated community.
That that they had been going up unsolved he saw what he believed was suspicious behavior on the part but -- on -- but you also had testimony.
From the prosecution witness says.
That in fact -- -- on Martin was on top.
A Georgian and one of the prosecution witnesses even saying.
That it appeared that he had and mixed martial arts and and then -- kind of wrestling hold on top of them did any of that testimony surprised you where the family we're expecting that.
Of course were expected but let's remember now you -- -- have been a lot of mid to dump him be -- -- pile up and who was part of help.
You have to always remember who started this altercation right we've heard testimony on three different occasions.
George -- could have introduced himself betrayed by the AM neighborhood watch what are you doing right we don't know that join that -- -- was here to -- doing.
Georgia in this statement that he did he gave these talks about what -- I walked past his truck.
-- -- put his hand in his in his.
In his what he was wearing.
He was tried to intimidate George -- -- privileged moment away from him and did when they finally met behind the town houses.
Trade -- say hey why you follow me so -- -- was not the aggressor here and I think it's important because.
Jordan -- could have done something to stop this incident in -- had to follow the instructions of the -- -- stayed in his vehicle as he was instructed.
-- would have never have happened.
Well you know mr.
-- in this state of Florida the prosecution has the burden to prove that it was unreasonable self defense that George Zimmerman didn't have a reasonable fear.
-- death or great bodily injury that he could die that night the statement that range used by the prosecution.
-- Zimmerman is saying in fact he did have that the air he does have injuries physical injuries broken nose and -- lacerations to the -- ahead that are consistent with his statement.
That trade Bob Martin was on top of them so at what point does he lose his right his ability.
To defend and south.
I he certainly doesn't have an obligation to die if he feels that his -- getting -- stand right I mean that's.
That's the law the state of Florida.
I think your -- -- -- -- to a large degree.
What you need to look at not just that the photo that was taken outside right after it happened not just a photo that was in the police car but what the total four I was later I was to get -- at the police station.
They show the very good George -- and that's the -- -- at all compared to the other photos.
To lead to get the public see it and make your decision.
Now they -- what should've -- they're men -- that night if he felt that he was about.
To die based on the positioning his head hitting this man what should be done.
OK I think you have to back up and think about what happened George Zimmerman is the person who was fallen tree but got out of the car right wing.
And when he confronted for a bunch of the Saint Louis was -- his pocket as if it was about the -- -- -- out.
At that point trailer and had to defend himself that he didn't know what he's got a complete -- put out of his pocket it did but beyond that let's fit into the -- today when they go to the ground.
-- George Finland's old statement they handed -- what he says that my head was a little bit on the sidewalk he could've moved.
Beyond that you've heard testimony listed -- -- on -- lay -- were up by.
-- the moon's arms holding the -- was holed about a mile in about -- knows what that's important because.
We now know from -- -- good.
That this alleged in the may -- down style didn't happen like that and so you have to take the evidence of totality not just you sound bytes right.
To do get a real feel for what's going on but most of Portland.
What happened on that night of whatever -- he took to the -- would have little bloody lost right.
Did not wore him picking out a gun and sticking it to the heart of -- -- shoot him in the heart know what you -- there.
We'll -- testimony from the medical examiner yes that then gunshot wounds straight through the heart so that I think was at some evidence for the prosecution today.
But out -- we certainly want to thank you for being on the program and joining us this evening and money that's spent some time out with the Stanley -- this is a tough.
Emotional day in time for them thank you.