So come again! How exactly did Zimmerman create the scenario to find himself "Face-to-Face" Trayvon Martin. You do realize that once Zimmy decided to stalk and confront Martin without identifying himself, he automatically lost his argument and rights under the SYG law. The irony is, the moment Zimmerman blocked Martins path after having stalking him, the SYG law immediately reverted to Trayvon.Originally Posted by JDubya
Trayvon was confronted suddenly, not only by a stranger that had been following him, but suddenly Trayvon found that same stranger in Zimmerman who was now menacingly confronting him and blocking his path! The truth is, Trayvon was now scared shit-less and when you are scared for your safety.....what is your first inclination? I'll tell you what! You try to defend yourself!
Zimmerman was never afraid...b/c Zimmerman knew he was FUCKING ARMED!!! Now Zimmerman finally got the scenario he was dreaming for all this time. He found a young black teenager alone all by himself and set up the scenario to use DEADLY FORCE!!!
Remember, Zimmy didn't have to ID himself......however, Martin didn't have to ID himself to Zimmy. Where did Zimmy have the right to block someones path after having already stalked and followed Trayvon, it was Zimmy who created the situation to be PUNCHED in the nose!!! Point is Zimmy had no right to "Block" Martins path.
Trayvon may have thrown the first punch to "Get Away From Zimmy" or in self-defense b/c Zimmy initiated the fight himself. Remember, Martin tried on several occasions to get away and avoid Zimmerman, (1) first walking fast, (2) by jogging, and (3) by taking a short cut between the apartments. And despite it all and to his shock! Trayvon found that Zimmy was waiting for him!
Now, how many times through-out that entire horrific night did Zimmerman try to avoid from confronting/coming face-to-face Trayvon???? Not one fucking time!
Zimmerman's sole intent and goal on that night was to find a way to profile, stalk, confront and provoke the entire situation with Trayvon, so he could use deadly force. Sadly, on that night Zimmerman was successful with all his goals.