"I felt he was suspicious, because it was raining. He was inbetween houses, cutting between houses. He was walking very leisurely for the weather," Zimmerman told Hannity.
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The interview with Hannity aired on July 18, 2012. The interview begins with Zimmerman discussing how he was going to Target the night of the shooting when he spotted Martin. He also said there had been some crime in his neighborhood recently.
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Prosecutor De La Rionda told the court he intends to play Zimmerman's interview with Fox's Sean Hannity for the jury.
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The judge has recessed court for lunch until 1:30 p.m. ET. The running update will pick back up when testimony resumes.
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"He may have had it [the gun] still in his hand as he jumped on top of Trayvon and perhaps holstered when it saw the flashlight. I don't remember specifically," says Osterman. De la Rionda has him look back in his book, and Osterman says Zimmerman holstered his gun and then pinned Martin down.
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"You haven't made anything up to help one side or the other?" asks prosecutor de la Rionda.
"Not whatsoever," says Osterman.
He says Zimmerman told him he put out Martin's hands and pinned them down. He also says Zimmerman was afraid he missed Martin, so he put his gun in his holster and got on top of him. The prosecutor has finished his questions.
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If the evidence suggested something different from his book, then Osterman says he would defer to the evidence.
O'Mara has no further questions for Osterman.
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Osterman wrote the book four months later. He says this was his best memory of what Zimmerman said, he didn't take any notes, the two didn't talk further and he didn't show Zimmerman a draft.
"We were not able to contact each other after he was arrested the first time," says Osterman.
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Osterman says it's not unusual for someone to talk after being shot. He says Zimmerman pinned Martin's hands down after shooting him. (Martin's father shakes his head as Osterman says this.) Osterman says he didn't know Martin's hands were found underneath him.
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Martin reached for Zimmerman's gun, according to Osterman.
"That's when he had to -- he freed one of his hands and got the gun. He either broke contact or knocked Trayvon's hand away ... and then he drew it," says Osterman. He says he believes Zimmerman said Martin touched the gun.
[Updated at 12:11 p.m. ET]