You would be a big fat liar if you said you wouldn't want the captain of your neighborhood watch to report a suspicious person in your complex after being robbed or even patrol the sidewalks after calling the police. It would be well within their right to do so.<quoted text>Bullsh!t. Zimmerman should have gotten in his car and went home. End of story. Zimmerman created the entire incident.
Did you see the closing arguments where the defense attorney stopped talking for a good long while and then said, "That's as long as Trayvon Martin had to leave the complex"?
He had plenty of time to keep walking and would have never been identified.
Isn't that what you would do if you thought you looked like you didn't belong in a strange neighborhood and didn't have a sense of purpose for being there?
Of course, you would have.
Who would hang around to attack someone who did live there?