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Thursday, March 29, 2012


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Did Zimmerman have corroborating injuries? I hadn't heard about them, but I'm (deliberately) not following the story very closely.

tim aka The Godless Heathen

‘Even though a dispatcher told George Zimmerman not to follow Martin…’

A small point, but maybe of some importance, I believe the dispatcher said, “You don’t have to do that…” Not a command but rather a suggestion.

Also, 911 dispatchers are not of any authority, one doesn’t have to do what they suggest, advise or tell you to do. And therefore it has no bearing on this case or any other.

But it does help if you want to paint Mr. Zimmerman as a racist, cold blooded killer.

For the record, I believe both parties are to blame for the initial confrontation but having said that, I also believe they both had ever right to be doing what were doing before that. Though walking between houses in a neighborhood you don’t reside in, at night, with a hoodie on, and objecting to someone questioning your presence, isn’t the brightest idea.

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