It's the same thing with our foreign policy where we have to go poking our nose into things which are not our business or endangering our safety and then when someone fights back they're the bad guy.
None of us were there but one thing we do know is that the operator told Zimmerman NOT to keep following Martin.
Unless Martin was commiting a crime when Zimmerman first happened upon him, then why did Zimmerman approach Martin at all?
Don't people have the right to walk in a neighborhood?
It sounds to me like Zimmerman was looking for a fight and he got one - just like the U.S. does with foreign nations.
You might say Zimmerman got "Benghazied" - but in his case he lived to tell about it.
"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
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