So George was not in pursuit of Trayvon?<quoted text>
Wow...talk about tap dancing. Were you Ginger Rogers in a previous life??
And sorry, but "following like a creep" and "in pursuit" are your OPINION...not facts. And you are right. Martin wasn't obligated to do anything. He could have stood right there and not said a word. He could have hung around and waited for the cops to show up. He could have told Zimmerman to go f**k himself. He could have done a lot of things. But apparently, that's not what happened is it? He put an guy, who was LEGALLY carrying a concealed weapon, in fear for his life, and that armed man ended that threat. Who actually initiated the physical conflict is all Zimmerman's word against Martin's...and Martin isn't saying shit is he?
What was it then? Coincidental that he ended up in the same path? George made a mistake in advising the police that he tracked Trayvon down when he should have said it just somehow happened?
Martin isn't able to say anything. Most murder victims can't.
What we know is that there's a dead unarmed kid who was headed home and would be alive if some freakish cop wanna be would have left him alone. That's what we know.
Now we have to sort out this little story the shooter has brought forward as a defense and determine if one - it's factual and two - if George acted correctly and three - determine if Trayvon attacked George for no God damned reason or acted in self defense.
From my vantage point George's goose is already in the oven baby. You believe what you want.