And that is also probably WHY, there was so much evidence left OUT of the trial as well.<quoted text>'But if anyone ignorantly assumes it's okay for people to intentionally harrass (in any shape, fashion or form--especially with intent to harm in any shape, fashion or form others) they usually do have another thing coming to them.'
Martin was being stalked, he must have determined Zimmerman's 'intent' and acted to protect himself.
A stranger was stalking him, so he confronted him as is his right.
So you agree Martin had every right to defend himself.
Ommissions of evidence doesn't make them ANY less considerable in evidentiary bearings on the eventual outcomes of TRUTH in Just the Facts.