You don't make any sense. There was no possible way Zimmerman was running while talking to the dispatcher. Walking yes,running no. His speech and breathing were not consistent with someone running. Additionally, GZ was not in well enough physical shape to carry on a conversation and run at the same time which is why he took a few moments for his breathing to slow.I've posted this before, but will again. As anyone that runs/jogs enough can tell you, when you stop running after getting out of breath, your breathing doesn't immediately drop pace to normal. You 'pant' to catch your breath. More so if you're out of shape. If you slow down to a jog or fast walk, you have to keep your breathing regulated to keep going. I know this because my husband and stepdaughter are personal trainers helping me get back in shape and they are always making me 'walk cool' after a workout.
Also, put yourself in the shoes of a 17yr old. If someone were following, then running after me (as a 17yr old), I would not lead that person to my home where a younger sibling/friend was and put them in danger too. I would run away, hide, and wait for the person to give up. The assumptions that Martin didn't go straight home and have a snack because he was looking for a fight are very close minded. It's also a huge assumption that Martin knew Zimmerman supposedly stopped chasing him and took his time with the call, so he had plenty of time to just walk to his door. If that were the case, why wouldn't Zimmerman have told the dispatcher where he was, and was heading (to his truck's location) ISO, having LE call his cell for a location?
If the teen was concerned about someone following him, he would go right home, ask for help from the surrounding homes, hide, call his dad,call police, have his girlfriend call police, etc. He didn't do any of those things which suggests he was not concerned at all. His body was found within a few feet of where he was staying which supports my claim that he had plenty of time to get in his house, if he were afraid for his safety. Zimmerman would have had absolutely no idea where TM was if he remained hidden because it was dark and Zimmerman lost sight of him. Martin would have noticed GZ wasn't walking behind him as well. It would be next to impossible to lose sight of someone in the dark and miraculously within minutes find them.....unless of course.......TM wanted to be 'found'. There can be no other explanation for this. If TM were afraid, TM would have gone home or hid within the shadows of darkness. Zimmerman would never have stumbled upon him on his way to the car. If TM were afraid, he wouldn't have sucker punched GZ to the ground. For some reason, TM made his presence known to Zimmerman who was walking towards his car. That suggests TM was being combative and confrontational. GZ was attacked by TM and GZ shot him in self defense. It's not complicated.