"No one knows what really happened that night." -Peggy R
Then why do you think he's guilty?
Pull back from everything else you said, and just focus on that.
Why did you even bother writing that sentence? Truth is, one person on the planet does know what happened that night. We all heard his story, and a relatively random selection of six people determined that they couldn't prove his story [of what happened that night] false. Can you [prove it false]? Perhaps you think him guilty of something other than murder. If that's the case, please clarify for what you find him guilty. If you're to be ambiguous regarding Zimmerman's guilt, perhaps you can also ambiguously ponder what ambiguous notions of guilt Martin may also have borne. But you don't know "what really happened that night". So your conjecture is only bound by your whim. Happy pondering to you! [or a happier letting go!!]
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