That's what the elite-conservatives would have you believe.He honestly didn't do anything wrong under Florida law. True, he did creep the kid out by following him which is probably why the kid started the fight, that much has been said. But Zimmerman had a gun and the law states he could defend himself so he shot. It wasn't an issue of hate but a guy who took his neighbourhood watch gig a little to serious, but didn't break a law. He's being investigated, he is on trial and the trial will hopefully end with a not guilty charge for him. They've already backed up his statement, witnesses already confirmed what he said. He did absolutely nothing wrong in the state. He waited for police, he explained what happened, he has shown more remorse then I've seen from other killers. It was the wrong place at the wrong time and two people made mistakes, not just Zimmerman, Martin fucked up as well.
This case isn't straight black and white, or black vs. white it's just what law did he ACTUALLY break? He didn't lie in his statement, he didn't flee the scene, he didn't break A SINGLE LAW. People want him arrested based on the fact it was a young, unarmed man who was killed but the problem with that is they have no legal grounds to actually put him in prison, if you can find some then let me know, because as I see it he was following a person he hadn't seen before in the gated community who kept on walking and then started yelling and eventually hitting him. The minute people can just think about what must have happened during this situation to cause a rational, likeable person to use deadly force to kill a teenager then they can start to argue the case, because I just see two people who made mistakes and one ended up dead. No hate, no crimes, no ulterior motives, just a series of bad choices that led to a sad, avoidable outcome.