He wasn't on Neighborhood Watch. He was going to the store like any other resident there. He had his gun because he obviously took it when he went to places like the store. I carry my gun to most places I go as well. Nothing wrong with that.<quoted text>
I don't agree with your theory as to the cause of Zimmerthugman's actions. Zimmerthugman had called 911 and cops were on the way. He was told not to follow Trayvon. NW rules state to never approach a suspect. Police tell them at every NW meeting to NEVER approach a suspect. All NW is supposed to do is call 911 and report any suspicious person.
Neighborhood watches can't tell you anything. They can suggest, but can't instruct. Whether you are involved with a Neighborhood Watch or simply a concerned citizen, the only rules you have to follow are those written in law.