thedutchiedutch Posted March 25, 2012 #76 Share Posted March 25, 2012 Well, if i am walking the streets at night, like Trayvon did, for whatever reason, and i see a guy standing there, watching me, like Zimmerman did, i would be a little freaked out. Zimmerman clearly decided from the start that Trayvon was up to no good and he mentioned that they always get away. This shows that Zimmerman was clearly frustrated and biased. Which makes me think that he was not suitable to be a so called neighborhood watch captain. To make a long story short, Zimmerman snapped. He overreacted and made up his mind. He was not going to let this one away. I don't think this was a race issue but it definitely was stereo typing and Zimmerman should pay for this. For crying out loud, Zimmerman was adviced by the 911 dispatcher not to follow Trayvon. But Zimmerman had to pursue and therefore Trayvon is unfortunately no longer with us. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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