And your evidence of this is what exactly? Because until you have evidence that Martin didn't attack Zimmerman, then certainly what he had in his blood is more than relevant. All evidence points otherwise. Martin did attack Zimmerman, so the least we should know is what was in his system at the time.<quoted text>
Since the police didn't do their job properly that night, we will never know what he had in his system. If it was only pot, then no I would have no problem with that being surpressed. If TM had a gun on him that night or was wearing the gold teeth, it wouldn't have been surpressed. But since he didn't, it has nothing to do with that night.
GZ was the aggressor, not TM.
If there is any good that came out of the biased judges rulings, it's that prosecution is scared. For whatever reason, they don't want that jury at the scene of the shooting. Usually it's the other way around. Usually the prosecution gets the jury to the scene of the crime and defense fights it. Something doesn't smell good there.