The thing is that the stnad your ground law is based on the subjective view that the person feels in danger of their life. That is why whether or not Trayvon was being chased or Zimmerman was being chased is part of the story. It's not about whether that was against the law.Dont be dense Tonka, I am speaking after the knocked Z on his ass. After he slammed his head into the dirt, and maybe even after he looked into Z's eyes and told him he was gonna die.
Thats 3 times, so dont WTF me about it.
And FOR THE BILLIONTH TIME!!!! z FOLLOWED HIM, HE DID NOT ATTACK HIM. Again, quit trying to make it like Z broke some law! He did not M broke the law when he attacked Z.
Thats the facts jack. Like it or not.
If someone does follow you around, and Trayvon lived through it, he could have filed a restraining order against him. He didn't get the chance, though.