What I am unclear on is if some of you are saying Martin had no right in fighting Zimmerman, if he indeed did. Without knowing the particulars of their engagement, could reasoning that Martin was employing his own means of self-defense? I mean, Zimmerman was told not to follow Martin. Had he listened, none of this would have occurred. Him not heeding that direction shows of some sort of aggressiveness on his behalf to me. Again, no one knows what happened once he approached Martin, but I mean we know who the initial aggressor was based off of that information, although not sure what, if anything, that does for the case.
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