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Should he have been afraid to go down that sidewalk?
No. And neither should have Trayvon Martin.
Should any of us be afraid to go down any side walk?
Ummm--yes. Absolutely. Depending on where you are. C'mon, man, there's plenty of places in Detroit I wouldn't feel safe walking down in broad daylight even if I was armed to the teeth.:noid:
But we have Zimmerman on the phone with the cops recording the encounter.
Okay, well, no one's denied that. But that doesn't address what I said, namely, the inconsistencies and outright falsehoods in his story.
Zimmerman lost him, encounter ended.
Lost him temporarily. And then the encounter resumed.
She said the last thing she heard was "you got a problem" followed by a "no" and that matches up with what Zimmerman said.
Absolutely incorrect: The very last thing she heard Martin say was "Get off, get off," and she also testified it was Martin screaming on the 911 call.
But they were seperated, how did they come together again?
It appears Zimmerman found him. Caught up with him, if you like. He broke into a run to pursue Martin, fool--it's not like he just shrugged and waited for the cavalry to arrive. He was determined to get the guy.