It sure doesn't mean a law abiding citizen that is donating his time free of charges as Neighborhood Watch Captain should not recognize a stranger acting suspiciously that just happened to look like the perps who were terrorizing the neighborhood either. AND neither should he have felt the need to stay in his damn truck either. It would be standard followup procedure by myself to attempt to keep the suspect in view to give his exact location to police.<quoted text>"Shacking up"? You must be in the geezer age bracket.
So the father didn't actually live there. That doesn't affect his son's right to be walking there.
Im quite sure had George Zimmerman called 911 when he found the family in a crashed truck that was on fire and told the operator Im going to pull these people to safety he would again be told "We don't NEED you to do that". But once again Zimmerman put his life on the line to help a fellow man and his family without hesitating to think selfishly of his own safety. That speaks volumes for the guy. I cant help but think it would've been funny had he crouched down and saw a family of blacks and told them OMG I cant help you because Ive noticed you are black and I could be ACCUSED of racially profiling you!!!!! Hahaha. Call Al the pal and Messey Jessey and send em in!