On body positions: M.E.'s tell you that as long as you can position the decedent's body in line with the shooter, in a way that is consistent with the bullet path (and obviously, with the barrel of the firearm), that they could be standing, squatting, one pinning the other, etc., etc., etc. In other words, the bodies can be contorted in any infinite number of ways to accommodate the path of the bullet. Here, the M.E. said, straight. The bullet and particles then penetrated the heart and lungs from a front to back direction of travel, and did not exit the body. So the travel was very short, not through and through, was just "straight in," and did not deflect. This could mean they were standing and GZ fired directly into his chest . . . but there is no evidence to corroborate that theory, and in fact, eyewitness testimony is TM on top, GZ on bottom, "MMA throwing down," screams for help, and a shot. There is no evidence that they stopped struggling and / or got out of that superior/inferior position before the shot. I do not know if GZ's jacket was examined for high velocity spatter, but would not be surprised if it had and some was found. That would still be consistent with the bodily positioning identified by the witness(es) and GZ.