You're a liar!...so says the 911 transcript.<quoted text>
He said "OK" and the running noises (can be clearly heard on the tape) stopped. There is no evidence whatsoever that he continued to follow Martin after that point.
Lots of ways. There's NO evidence to indicate which. One thing is clear though, Zimmerman stopped running (you can actually hear this on the tape), and spent the next three minutes on the phone with the dispatcher... while Martin was doing what, walking home? That was less than two minutes away at a walk, and we know from the tape that he started out running. The fact that he didn't make it home in those three minutes proves that he wasn't intending on going home, so what WAS he intending?
He can't say it if he didn't KNOW it. Martin could have cut in between buildings at three different places without Zimmerman seeing (Remember on the tape Zimmerman said: "I don't know where this kid is").
Wrong conclusion based on facts not in evidence. Two people can walk a circle in opposite directions and meet half-way around, neither is "following" the other.
At the 2:26 mark the 911 operator tell Zimmerman he shouldn't follow Trayvon.
At the 2:34 mark Zimmerman responds "OK".
The call ends at the 4:07 mark, 1:33 after Zimmerman said "OK".
There's also no evidence Zimmerman didn't take up his pursuit of Trayvon after the call ended, after all he (Zimmerman) has been caught lying to a judge regarding the amount of money he had available to pay for a defense attorney.
ZImmerman said, at one point in the transcript, that Trayvon was coming towards him. Then he said Trayvon was running away. Well, if he ran away how did Zimmerman manage to come into contact with him...unless he pursued him.
Zimmerman's story just doesn't have the ring of truth to it.
On a side note, are you saying Martin can't take a walk through the neighborhood of his mother's boyfriend? Why, because he's black?
Damn! Well I guess I better stop taking walks through the neighbohood I live in, as well as the neighborhood my girlfriend lives in.
What Trayvon MIGHT have done, or what two people can/could do is irrelevant. What needs to be determined is what actually DID happen.
Try again, little fellow, because this latest pile of bullsh*t you tried to sneak past simply doesn't pass the smell test.