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Rock'n chair Rambler  
Over Taxed, TX  
April 12, 2012 2:17pm
 
Resident, apparently you haven't followed the case very closely, because you have the facts wrong, according to Zimmerman's statement, the 911 tape and timeline, and eye witness statements and police report regarding the injuries to Zimmerman that they observed.

It is not harrassment to merely "watch" someone who you believe to be suspicious. Zimmerman told the dispatcher on the 911 tape that Trayvon had run off. He then went back to the front of the appartments to look for an address. There is no indication at all, besides mere speculation and fantasy that he chased Trayon, harrassed Trayon, or even followed Trayvon after he said OK, when the dispatcher said, "we don't need you to do that".

In fact, if he had been chasing Trayvon, why did the dispatcher ask, "are you following him?" He would have asked, "are you chasing him?" You would hear heavy breathing on the tape, which you don't.

Where do you get your facts? What makes you think that race had anything to do with Zimmerman's initial suspicion of Trayvon? Please explain.

"This is what we have. Whatever the process bears out we'll be forced to live with it."

Yeah, I recall how people "lived with it" after the jury acquitted the officers involved in the Rodney King case.
So, we'll see how it goes this time, when, due to a total lack of evidence, the jury acquits Zimmerman and Sanford erupts in flames.
     
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