Zimmerman did nothing illegal. It is not illegal to follow someone. The "wannabe cop" was attacked by a "wannabe gang-banger." Seems funny how the prosecution tried to claim Zimmerman was the aggressor and the only wounds Martin had was abrasions on his knuckles and a gunshot wound, where Zimmerman had a messed up nose, and lacerations on the back of his head. The prosecution tried to label his injuries as minor. I wondered if the same injuries had been on a woman and a man had caused them would they still be considered minor injuries?
Maybe now that the trial is over they will quit using the picture of the sweet little 12 year old and use the more recent picture of the 17 yr old, 6'2", 185lb former football player, with a gold grill, tats, and marijuana in his system that was in the neighborhood only because he recently was expelled from school for punching his bus driver.
The police dept. and the County that did the investigation declined to charge Zimmerman due to lack of evidence. Only after the race baiters stepped in and forced the hand of the State were charges filed. Then the special prosecutor was handed this dog of a case. It was not winnable from the start. It really showed when almost every witness for the prosecution helped the defense more than the prosecution.
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This should never be over for Zimmerman, as he snuffed out the life of another human being. Nobody would have died last year if only he had obeyed the 911 operator's directive to remain in his car, but the wannabe cop just couldn't resist pursuing the 'suspicious' black kid with the hoodie.
My genuine hope is that Zimmerman is unable to live a normal life for the rest of his life. Although he is not physically imprisoned anymore, the bars and chains will be psychological for him.