Oh yeah, but whenever WY said the dispatcher suggested Zimmerman let him know if Martin did anything else, it was a "slam dunk" argument that Zimmerman was just following instructions, right?<quoted text> You are misleading. The state has already admitted it was a suggestion for Georges safety not to confront a possibly dangerous criminal. NOT a COMMAND or INSTRUCTION by a police officer. Therefore totally irrelevant to the case. NO LAW BROKEN. Martin would be alive today had he not attacked an armed victim.
You can't play both sides of this, friend. Either the dispatcher had authority or he didn't. Evidently for you it depends on what argument you want to make, huh?