Zimmerman's lawyer: 'Stand your ground' doesn't apply in Trayvon Martin case

I don't know what happened when George Zimmerman shot and killed Trayvon Martin. It seems very likely that Zimmerman followed Martin because Martin was Black. It also seems very likely the police should have arrested Zimmerman.

The statute on 'stand your ground' is primarily when you're in your house," said Craig Sonner, attorney for George Zimmerman. "This is self-defense, and that's been around for forever — that you have a right to defend yourself.

Amid the rush of loud outrage and vocal protest from the parents of Treyvon Martin and their supporters the silence of one character in this tragic tale has been deafening: George Zimmerman, the free man who shot Martin and

Tampa Bay's Fox 13 reported that the witness, who agreed only to be identified as “John,” saw the struggle and it was his testimony the police used to let Zimmerman go free (John spoke to Fox 13′s Orlando Affiliate, Fox 35). His statements to the cops

Amid the rush of loud outrage and vocal protest from the parents of Treyvon Martin and their supporters the silence of one character in this tragic tale has been deafening: George Zimmerman, the free man who shot Martin and