The first thing a guilty murderer does is call 911 or run to police to claim self defense. That’s exactly what GZ did. But the KEYWORD here is “why should you GZ follow Trayvon against the advice of an authorised 911? Continue –>
JUDGE FOR YOURSELF
1a. Trayvon was avoiding trouble, trying to hurry home.
1b. GZ was practically fishing / searching for the trouble.
2a. Trayvon was not prepared or armed.
2b. GZ was prepared and ready for this trouble/confrontation. Continue–>
10. Somebody who is more confident of winning a fight and is not afraid will strike
first or try to whisk you around to halt if you did not stop. Trayvon was afraid and
GZ was not afraid that night. With the power/confidence of gun pervading him and
wanting to be in total control of the situation (why should this small baby face
young black boy be asking me “why are you following me” when I should be doing
the questioning. May be he doesn’t realize I have a gun) GZ must have thought. Continue–>
1. As a NWV (neighborhood watch volunteer), GZ (George Zermamer) was only to observe and call 911 if he saw any suspicious person around his neighborhood. As long as there was no murder or emergency search for persons. Continue reading “Trayvon & George Zimmerman – Part 1 of 3” »
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