nietoperz wrote:Considering how much I've disagreed with him over the years it feels odd to say this, but FEL is right. In the end, the only man alive who actually knows what happened that night is Zimmerman, and everything else is just conjecture and speculation, and as such tied in with people's personal prejudices and expectations.
Everyone gets very heated about this need but nobody can really be one hundred percent correct in their assumptions about that night. I reckon it's probably best to just wait and see what the trial manages to establish.
All true, after all, given facts and more facts, we can choose to change our judgement or if you prefer pre-judgement on this.
I still stand by what I've said to date, but as the court case goes on, I may change.
How many more facts do you guys need, why isn't the physical evidence enough? Are you influenced by the media bias and the confirmed defamation they have perpetrated against Zimmerman?
I think the reason why people get heated about this is the prosecution doesn't have a fucking leg to stand on, other than the media bias and the race card on the field. If Zimmerman and Martin were the same race, there would be no trial and no issue, the only reason why there's a trial is because it's good for ratings.
Zimmerman is getting railroaded in order to generate content for the news cycle, which conveniently distracts everyone from real issues behind the scenes.