Originally Posted by chiefzilla1501
If the neighborhood was constantly getting robbed, then you don't see the obvious that Trayvon Martin walking home seeing a suspicious guy that's following him home might think there was a creepy guy trying to murder and rob him?
All Zimmerman had to do was follow basic protocol and none of this would have happened.
An unarmed person shouldn't turn around and confront a guy who he think's might be trying to murder and rob him.
I just can't find any strength in your position on this. You might not like Zimmerman's history or the whole idea of armed citizens, but there was nothing wrong with Zimmerman keeping an eye on his own neighborhood while armed nor with following a suspicious character. None of that justifies the confrontation that Martin started.
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