Trayvon Martin lead investigator wanted George Zimmerman arrested the night of the fatal shooting - Crimesider - CBS News It's clear there's a lot more here--than meets the eye. Obviously--the lead investigator at the scene did not believe Zimmerman's story of the account. But the audacity that Zimmerman is still walking free--after BREAKING the Stand your ground law--which does not include pursuit--which he was directly told by the police dispatcher not to do--is enough to arrest and charge him with reckless manslaughter. I do not believe this was a racial hit. I believe that anyone wearing a hoodie (white--asian--latino) would have met the same fate that night with Zimmerman on patrol. Here was an hispanic man--a wanna-be--cop--who had called police 47 times within the last few months--who has a record of assaulting a police officer and another charge of domestic abuse--who was looking to be a hero that night. Martin was just in the wrong place at the wrong time.