QUOTE-"You weren't there during the attack and neither was anyone else."<quoted text>
You weren't there during the attack and neither was anyone else.
According to Zimmerman, Trayvon said to him after overtaking him, breaking his nose and slamming his head on the sidewalk, "You're going to die tonight."
What if Trayvon did say that? And what if Zimmerman wasn't armed and had to endure his head being slammed on the sidewalk until he was unconscious or dead?
At what point during an attack does one have the right to defend themselves by any means possible?
Then how do YOU know what went on?