Yes, I absolutely support the right to a trial.<quoted text>
OK judge skimmer...there is this funny thing we do in America called a trial.....I guess you support that as long as they agree with you eh?
see ya in 5 or 6 months......
Latest news.......school records, face book, gang tats, bloody Zimmerman photos, etc. are in by the way..........LOL
However, my own opinion, based on all evidence that I have seen so far, is that Zimmerman is guilty.
Re: Zimmerman's bloody photos. These raise some interesting questions. With all that blood on Z's face, and his claim that Trayvon covered his nose and mouth with both hands to the extent that he could not breathe--how is it that none of Z's DNA showed up on T's hands?
Another question. The blood on the back of Z's head seems to originate from a short laceration near the top of the head (laceration, btw not quite what would be expected from bashing a head against concrete, which would be more likely to cause abrasions). The picture of the blood trail shows the blood running from the lac to the bottom of the ear. Now, George claims to have been on his back--in which case gravity would dictate the blood flowing into the grass--and then gettin up following the shooting--where gravity would draw blood straight down to the nape of the neck. In order to achieve the particular pattern seen, George would have needed to be in a face-downwards position--as in someone astride someone else leaning forward--exactly the position that he describes, but in reverse.
As far as Facebook, school records, gang tats and all--you are assuming facts not yet in evidence. Now your report of gang tats can easily be discounted by the coronors report--which provided the size, position and description of existing tattoos. School records are, and have been, in the hands of O'Mara for a couple of weeks. We can believe that there were no aha's there or they would have gone straight up on his website. Facebook is nothing more than a fishing expedition looking for ways to discredit the victim because the defense hasn't been able to pull together a case based on the evidence.
Again--if George Zimmerman had chosen to stalk the Boston Strangler as he walked home, unarmed, from the store--he would not have had the right to shoot him down.