My extrapolation is his injuries were minor and not life threating to use a gun.<quoted text>
That's not the first time Zimmerman was caught lying. However, a hypothetical scenario wherein Z hit his head during a confrontation is not proof of Zimmerman's guilt. The verdict is up to the jury, and hopefully they will consider the entirety of the evidence according to law as per instructions from the court.
I personally think 2nd degree murder may be overreaching on the part of the prosecution. Manslaughter seems much more reasonable. Even if Zimmerman were justified in using deadly force **after the fact of his reckless misconduct** that resulted in the death of a child who was minding his own business, Z would still be culpable.
According to the woman doctor on the stand Zimmerman injuries were so very minor and is consistent with hitting his head one time on cement.
Maybe the punch to his nose caused him to fall.
The charge of 2nd degree is too harsh IMO.
Zimmerman lied too many times and it will come back to haunt him.
Thank You Hannity.