Trayvon's older brother took the stand, and said he recognized his brother's voice on the tape.
Jahvaris Fulton also testified that he told a reporter soon after hearing the audio that he wasn't sure it was his brother's voice on the tape. Jahvaris Fulton said today he remembered saying that, but explained he was in denial and "hoping" that it wasn't his brother's voice on the tape.
But O'Mara asked him why last year he had told a reporter that he wasn't sure if the voice belonged to Martin. Jahvaris Fulton, in explaining his comment to the reporter, told O'Mara he was "shocked" when he heard it.
"I didn't want to believe it was him," Jahvaris Fulton said.
O'Mara asked to play the television interview for jurors, but Judge Debra Nelson denied his request for the time being.
What a fucking joke. Let in the Sean Hannity video with Zimmerman about an issue that has nothing
to do with the trial, but don't let in a news reporter's question about a fact that is material to the case.
Defense attorney Mark O'Mara began his questioning with an offer of condolences, which prosecutors objected to, as "not a question."
Stay classy, de la Rionda.