I quoted from Wikipedia. The sources are documented.<quoted text>I heard that story. The jury didn't find it compelling.
<quoted text>We have witness testimony, we were told Tray acted out of fear of rape; homophobia. That's what Rachel Jeantel claimed:
<quoted text>I've cited my sources, what about CM's? Sucks to be wrong, like not having a dad to tell you if you whoop somebody you might get shot.
If Martin acted through fear, how does that mitigate (your favorite word) Zimmerman's actions that led to the confrontation? What would you or Q or I have done as teenagers if we were being chased though the dark by a stranger? Flight? Fight? Sheer blind panic? Here's to the good fortune that I for one never had the misfortune of finding out.