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SELF DEFENSE??? DOesn't self defense IMPLY that there is some sort of OFFENSIVE THREAT present in your space?
How is walking home from a convenience store with a Soda in one hand and a package of Skittles in the other talking on a cell phone a THREAT to your freedom or well being?
You are so convinced that this is about the 2nd ammendment or the "stand your ground" law. NEITHER is applicable in this case.
Trayvon was not breaking into anyone's property or George Zimmerman's. Trayvon was not armed, or posing a threat to anyone. Trayvon was walking home from a convenience store. Trayvon did not initiate the confrontation. Zimmerman FOLLOWED TRAYVON.
The "self defense" posture will not fly here.
You cannot stalk someone and by doing so, posture yourself as a THREAT to them, and then cry foul when they punch you in the face. Zimmerman generated and engaged this situation BY NOT FOLLOWING THE ADMONITION OF THE 911 operator.
Your argument is as limp the brain you usually think with.
Your name calling indicates your level of education and argument to be on par with most low brow knuckle draggers. Do you also collect SSDI? Let me guess, you hate democrats, but you sure do love the "socialistic perks"! HA HA HA!
Zimmerman maintains that Martin circled back and attacked him.
Zimmerman is innocent until proven guilty.
Therefore, the state must prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that Zimmerman did not act in self-defense.