All the “Whose voice was on the 911 tape?” and other items the defense is throwing at the jury — including the latest “Reefer Madness” gambit — are just smoke and mirrors.
Simply: George Zimmerman was told by the 911 dispatcher not to approach Trayvon Martin, but he did. If George Zimmerman picked a fight and then started to lose that fight, it wasn’t Trayvon Martin’s fault. Trayvon Martin knew that he was being followed and he was creeped out. But he wasn’t doing anything but returning home. He had a right to be in the complex. He was visiting with his father after making a run to the store.
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