"Among other things," said Serino.
"Did you feel he exaggerated the manner in which he was hit?" asked de la Rionda.
"Yes sir," said Serino.
[Updated at 10:09 a.m. ET]
Zimmerman told police he got on Martin's body and spread his arms out, holding them down. De la Rionda shows Serino a photo taken by a neighbor that shows Martin on the ground with his hands under him. Serino says the positioning of the arms is inconsistent with Zimmerman's statements.
[Updated at 10:07 a.m. ET]
Serino says the street Zimmerman didn't know the name of was the street that goes through the front gate.
[Updated at 10:05 a.m. ET]
De la Rionda is now playing part of Zimmerman's reenactment with police. Zimmerman says he got out of his car to find an address. The prosecutor puts up a photo of a neighbor's house, showing the address on the front.
"There's an address right there staring at him?" asked de la Rionda.
"Yes there is," said Serino.
[Updated at 10:01 a.m. ET]
Prosecutor de la Rionda plays more of Serino's interview with Zimmerman. Serino says he remembers challenging Zimmerman about whether he was smothered or not.
[Updated at 9:58 a.m. ET]
Serino says he bluffed about Martin's phone maybe having filmed the incident. He also said there may have been cameras in the neighborhood. De la Rionda says Zimmerman would have known what cameras were in the neighborhood. The prosecutor also asks if there was any evidence that Martin used his phone before being shot. Serino says no.
[Updated at 9:55 a.m. ET]
During his interview, Serino asks Zimmerman what's behind his statement about "these [expletives]."
"People that victimize the neighborhood," said Zimmerman.
[Updated at 9:53 a.m. ET]
"Isn't it accurate that he was profiling Trayvon Martin as a criminal?" asked prosecutor de la Rionda.
The defense objects, calling it speculation, and the judge sustains.
"If I were to believe that somebody was committing a crime, could that not be profiling that person?" asked de la Rionda.
"It could be construed as such, yes," said Serino.
"Was there any evidence that Trayvon Martin was committing a crime that evening, sir?" asked de la Rionda.
"No sir," said Serino.