O'Mara is showing Good pictures of the clothing both people were wearing that night. Based on the colors Good saw that night, Martin may have been on top of Zimmerman at some point during the altercation.
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O'Mara is reviewing his materials.
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Good gave his first statement to police the night of the shooting, and he mentioned to police that he thought he saw a mixed martial arts "ground and pound." Good said yes, he did say those words that night.
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"I couldn't see anyone when I first went out there," said Good.
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Good said he did not see a gun during the altercation.
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O'Mara asked Good again who he thought was screaming, and he reiterated that he thought it was the person on the bottom.
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Good said he was inside his town home dialing 911 when he heard the gunshot.
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O'Mara is playing the 911 call where screams can be heard on it for Good.
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O'Mara asked Good if he saw Martin slamming Zimmerman's head on the ground. Good said he did not see Zimmerman's head hitting the concrete.
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Good said he thought the person on the bottom was yelling for help.
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O'Mara asked Good to define "ground and pound."
"It's usually when someone is on top in a mounted position I believe. In the dominant position, but like I said, the person on the bottom is able to throw punches back, but I did not see any of that," said Good.
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O'Mara asked Good if the person on top was in a mixed martial arts stance. Good said at first he thought it was what he calls a "ground and pound."
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O'Mara got down on the ground and demonstrated how the person on top looked to Good.
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Good is explaining to O'Mara how the two individuals were on the ground wrestling on the ground about 15 to 20 feet away from his town home.
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O'Mara is starting at the beginning, asking Good about the first noise her heard that night.
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Good said he heard someone yell "help, help." De La Rionda has finished his questions for Good. O'Mara has asked for a couple of minutes to review his exhibits.
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De La Rionda showed Good a map of the neighborhood to show the jurors where Good saw the two people wrestling on the ground.
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Good said he heard the gunshot after he went back inside. He heard the gunshot as he was dialing 911.
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De La Rionda is showing Good pictures of his neighborhood to help orient the jurors to his point of view the night of the shooting.
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Good said when he walked out of his town home, he could not see the hands of the person on the bottom. Prosecutor Bernie De La Rionda is about to play Good's 911 call from that night.