Comment: problem is that Stand your ground law was not Zimmerman

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problem is that Stand your ground law was not Zimmerman

Stand your ground says you don't have to back away, you can stand your ground and not run because you were not in your house or your own property.

Zimmerman was at his car waiting for police and then was assaulted by a punch in the nose and then knocked to the ground where he was repeatedly punched in the face, his shooting of the aggressor was a simple case of self defense.

Stand your ground basically means deadly force can be used even if you were not on your own property.