Someone has to tell George's story, the jury will expect that.<quoted text>
It will be interesting to see what happens. I just can't imagine Zimmerthugman on the stand. Which one of his stories will he tell? Will he be able to hold his story together under cross examination?
So, if you are right then they will probably go ahead with the SYG hearing. If he's going to testify, they have nothing to lose by having it. IMO.
Perhaps the whole thing was just a horrible mistake...but it was George's mistake not Trayvon's. Trayvon was just doing whatever, mosying along and by George's own words he passed on two opportunities to speak to the teen, one at the clubhouse and another when Trayvon passed by his truck the second time.
Based on what I've learned to date there was no legit reason for
George's call to Sanford PD dispatch, it was only 7 PM and just moments past dark.