There is no conflicting testimony in terms of his bloody nose and bloody head. We have the pictures. There is no conflicting testimony that Zimmerman was on the phone for over 4 minutes and the last 2 minutes of that he was clearly not following Martin. There is no conflicting testimony that Martin was aware of Zimmerman and that he could have easily gone home if he was fearful of him.Glimmerjim wrote:It has just been a common position of his to discount the lack of opposing first-hand testimony. There are conflicting reports by witnesses, and conflicting interpretations of both parties actions. Yet only one party will be able to personally present his case to the jury.
What conflicting reports am I relying upon?
What we do not know is why when he had the opportunity to avoid confrontation, did he choose not to? That is not to say that he even with absolute certain chose to confront Zimmerman. I believe he chose to based on many things we have learned. Why did you not go home Trayvon? We will never get to hear him offer a reason. Was the his girlfriends statement that he should run away because he was scared the truth or lies fed to her after the fact? If true, it really raises the question of why not go home? I just do not believe her. It makes no sense.