You are quite the genius. You told us the other day that Team Thug Zimmerman doesn't need you. Then I told you that they don't want you.<quoted text>How did he know which way Martin was running? As your map shows, they broke off at the corner at the front of the row house. Apparently, this is where Zim lost sight of Martin as he described to the 911 operator.
At that point, Zim stopped running; also evident on the 911 tape. Zim probably walked around a bit while Martin stopped when Zim was finishing his call to 911. Zim didn't know where Martin ran to.
So he cut through the yards to get an address of the east houses to give police. Surprise! Martin was right there to encounter Zim. All that time, he was behind the row house and never tried to run home either on the street or the back sidewalk.
Given the fact that the attack took place after Zim hung up with 911, one has to ask: if both parties were moving south--one running and one walking, how did the encounter take place???? In fact, as your map shows, Martin was actually a few steps north of where Zim cut through the yards.
Turns out we're both right. HA!
You are a real genius! BUT your theory won't cut it in the courtroom. You know why? Because Thug Zimmerman's story keeps changing.
Thug Zimmerman's story to 911....
"Sh!t he's running." WHICH WAY? "Down towards the other entrance to the neighborhood." WHICH ENTRANCE IS THAT? "The back entrance."
Here's another story from the Thug....
Thug Zimmerman's story on the Hannity/ThugZimmerman/O'Mara Entertainment-Fundraising Hour....
"Yes. He was like skipping, going away quickly. But he wasn't running out of fear." WHAT? "He wasn't running." HE WASN'T ACTUALLY RUNNING? "No, Sir."
Ok, first Thug Zimmerman says Trayvon was running, then he says Trayvon wasn't running.
You do see where you'd run into problems in the courtroom with that theory you laid out, right?
Give us another of your fantastical theories and assumptions. You may as well, because Team Thug Zimmerman can't use them.