You're right, they don't need you.<quoted text>They certainly don't need me. Anybody can see what happened just by the 911 call and where the confrontation took place. Martin ran away from Zim but he didn't go very far. Obviously, he stopped. So I'm certain this will be brought up in court. If he kept going, he would have been home and watching TV by the time Zim got off the phone with the police.
And, judging by your comments on this thread, they don't want you. You may be a hoot and holler for this thread and even Faux-News, but in a courtroom in the state of Florida...you'll be completely out of your element.
In a courtroom, you'll need to explain how Thug Zimmerman got to the point where the murder took place. That is, if you want to convince a judge or create reasonable doubt before a jury.
Such non-evidentiary statements as "it's more than conclusive" and "there is no other reason" and "anybody can see" just won't cut it in a courtroom.
Again, that's good for ratings, but doesn't help Thug Zimmerman in a Florida court room. He doesn't need you, you're right.
You'll also need to explain why this, YOUR statement, isn't not true...
"He was in the safety of his SUV. This kid presented no threat to him whatsoever."
Don't quit your day job.