I'm not convinced Martin was "bashing his head on the concrete". The wounds Zimmerman had were consistent with someone on the bottom who was raising their head (a natural inclination) thus getting his head bounced off the pavement with every punch. One head bash on the concrete would be enough for unconsciousness or disorientation to the point he wouldn't have been able to defend himself. I think his wounds were from when he first hit the pavement and in reaction to getting punched.<quoted text>
What convoluted logic!
You give hoodie a pass for decking George because "George" reached in his pocket, but then don't explain why Hoodie kept pummeling George and bashing his head of the concrete.
Do ya thunk, just maybe that's why the Jury identified more with George?
Gee, maybe George was supposed to be a mind reader and know that hoodie would stop pounding his head against the concrete before he fractured his skull and passed out, to be left for dead.
You libs are so logical!!!!
In the end, George wanted to be a tough guy but when things went south for him he took the pussy way out.