posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 01:47 PM
Originally posted by lovebeck
What about the 911 operator CLEARLY telling Zimmerman to not go after the "suspect" and that the cops were on their way? He did so anyway, with a
loaded gun. Even if he was a cop, had no probable cause to stop and question the kid, he was walking home from the store, not casing houses or lugging
a bag of criminal tools and stolen goods on his back.
No you can't hear that. I should disregard your entire post based in this misinformation, but I will correct it for like that 100th time. The
operator NEVER tells Zimmerman not to go after the subject. He tells Zimmerman "we don't need you to do that" which is pretty far from a command
and Zimmerman seems to comply and is heading back to his car when he is jumped. Also, even if it were a command, the operator is not an authority
Zimmerman reminds me of one of those types that always wanted to be a cop but fell short in his endeavors. Look how that failed dream turned
He reminds you of that because that's what the prosecution wants him to remind you of. How did the dream turn out?
Is he guilty of Murder 2? That is for the jury to figure out. From what I have watched of the trial, seems to me the prosecution is doing a pretty
good job of proving their case. Zimmerman told the police that Martin was trying to take his gun away, but yet there was NO DNA to back up his claim.
Overzealous neighborhood watch guy thought he finally nabbed a real criminal but instead killed a teenager carrying Skittles and AZ Ice Tea.
He isn't guilty of Murder 2. The Jury will find that for sure. You haven't been watching the same trial as everyone else because both of the
prosecutions key witnesses have ruined their case. First Rachel Jeantel who was on the phone with Zimmerman admitted she lied during the first
interview and deposition. Pretty big problem when her story was the only thing that countered Zimmermans. Then the prosecution called the police
investigator Serrino who got on the stand and said he believe Zimmerman's version of the story.
You are wrong, Zimmerman said Martin tried for his gun. That does NOT mean he ever touched it, it just means he went for it. Also, even if he HAD
touched it you have to understand how DNA works. You understand that usually DNA comes from a bodily fluid, skin flake, or hair right? If you can
gather it from a finger print it's called trace DNA. It was raining so if he had touched the gun there might not be trace DNA, or it could have
washed off. Likely though he just went for the gun and never got a hand on it.
Finally, it doesn't matter what the teen was carrying, I'm sure Jeffrey Dahmer washed down bits of people with iced tea at least once, but it is
worth noting that those oh so innocent items he was carrying were 2 out of 3 ingredients for a watermelon lean. Basically a mixed drink for getting
down cough syrup (something Martin did to get high and openly discussed on his facebook).