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A flashlight next to Martin's body caught Manalo's eye, so he took a photo of that as well, which is being displayed again in court. Manalo describes where he was standing when he took the photos.
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Defense attorney West pulls up the photo Manalo took of Martin's body. Manalo says the body position is how he saw it when he arrived -- Martin face-down on the ground. He says he used a flashlight to illuminate the scene.
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Manalo says the neighborhood watch signs were a reminder for neighbors to work together and call 911 if they saw anything. He didn't view them as a warning to outsiders coming into the neighborhood.
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Manalo says Zimmerman wasn't hyperactive or subdued, extremes he would associate with someone being in shock. He agrees that Zimmerman was flat, direct.
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West is asking if Zimmerman seemed to be abrupt, telling him to tell his wife that he wasn't shot but he had shot someone else. Manalo agrees.
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Manalo says Zimmerman told police he was the shooter and he also immediately complied with the officer who wanted to take his gun.
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West asks Manalo if Zimmerman told him, "This guy was beating me up, and I shot him."
"I was defending myself and I shot him," added Manalo.
Zimmerman never asked him to take a photo of his head. Manalo says he decided to do it himself.
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Manalo says Zimmerman asked if he was bleeding. He saw Zimmerman squat down.
"He was breathing hard, he looked like he had just gotten his butt beat," said West.
"Yes," said Manalo.
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Defense attorney West has started his cross-examination. Manalo says he didn't see what happened before the shot. He describes how he left his house -- walking carefully, not running.
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"He wasn't acting like anything different. He was coherent, he was responding to my questions just like any other person," said Manalo. He also says Zimmerman never looked back at Martin's body and he appeared calm.
Prosecutor de la Rionda has finished his direct examination.