- Aug 16, 2015
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He didn't corner anybody. Martin outran him like he was standing still. He could have went home, went to the store and back, and Zimmerman couldn't get near him. No, the police did not tell Zimmerman not to follow him, a dispatcher did. A dispatcher has no more authority over a person than the guy that asks you if you want to supersize your happy meal.Wow, frankly, sounds like MOST boys about that age.
He was shot after a stranger stalked him and cornered him. At no time did ZImmerman identify himself as Neighborhood Watch and the police specifically told him NOT to follow the person.
But don't worry, whenever a racist shoots a black Child, Racist from Cleveland will be there to defend it.
But since I intensely studied the situation and you didn't, the dispatcher didn't tell Zimmerman to do anything. He just said the police didn't need him following Martin. On the recording, you can hear Zimmerman stop running. His voice returned to it's normal quiet tone, his panting stopped. He did stop chasing after Martin.
Martin ran and hid behind the houses. He waited until Zimmerman was off the phone before he attacked because he probably suspected he was talking with police.
What? Oh come on man. Are you some kind of junkie or something?Yes, Race Relations got worse when it was clearly you racists lost your shit over the black guy being in there.
The only people to bring up race during his two terms were you guys--not us.