[Updated at 1:26 p.m. ET]
When Manalo connected with Zimmerman's wife and started telling her what happened, he says Zimmerman cut him off, saying, "Just tell her I shot someone."
The prosecutor asks Manalo about Zimmerman's demeanor. He describes it, "Like I was taking too long to say what I had to say."
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An officer on the scene told Martin he was going to put Zimmerman in handcuffs, according to Manalo. The officer also asked Zimmerman if he had a gun and he said yes and lifted his arm, showing him the gun, which was in his waistband holster.
Zimmerman asked Manalo to call his wife, which he did on his own phone. He says he put Zimmerman's phone back in his pocket.
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The flashlight wasn't turned on, according to Manalo and Martin wasn't moving. The prosecutor asks him what he said to Zimmerman.
"I asked him, 'Do I need to call 911?' He says, 'No, I just got off the phone with them,' " said Manalo.
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Zimmerman was squatting when Manalo took the picture of the back of his head. This happened before police arrived. Manalo says Martin's hands were beneath his body when he snapped the picture and he didn't tamper with the body. Manalo also took a photo of a flashlight on the scene.
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Manalo says he was the first one to come into contact with Zimmerman after the shooting -- police arrived later.
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Prosecutor de la Rionda points out on a map and in photos where Manalo met up with Zimmerman that night.
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Manalo says he used a flashlight to illuminate the scene. He took a photo of Zimmerman and Martin's body on the ground.
[Updated at 1:10 p.m. ET]
Manalo says he left through his garage with a flashlight. He saw a man, whom he can now identify as Zimmerman, who had a cell phone up to his ear, and he could see blood on Zimmerman's nose and the back of his head.
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The prosecution has called Jonathan Manalo to the witness stand. His wife, Jeannee, testified earlier in the trial. The couple lived in Zimmerman's neighborhood the night Martin was shot. He heard a noise that night while building a coffee table with his daughter.
"It sounded like grunts. We thought at first it was a couple of dogs barking," Manalo said. "They were loud enough that I could hear it through the window."
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The jury is being seated.
[Updated at 12:59 p.m. ET]