Originally Posted by fan4ever
Kind of like some of the people in this thread think some of his "nutty behavior" recently increases the likelihood of his guilt in the Martin trial? I guess it only goes one way; Zimmerman does something good; doesn't count...bad...counts.
I maintain his innocence because you can't prove Zimmerman did anything aggressive or overzealously. There is absolutely a window of suspicion that he did do something wrong, but again, it's unprovable.
There are plenty of people who do outwardly good deeds, but under the surface are capable of bad things. So yeah, if you do something bad, I think it's silly to suggest that because you did a few good things that that makes you incapable of doing bad things. And I think it's absolutely fair to say that when you do something bad, that outrules any good you've done.
Sorry, I don't think Zimmerman is a good person. Does that make him guilty? No.