+James Loughran +Dave Wykoff
You guys make a fairly compelling case for Zimmerman being removed from the neighborhood watch committee, but that's not why he's in court. Any neighborhood watch rules he did or didn't break are utterly irrelevant and won't be considered by the jury.
BTW, I don't think GZ ever told anyone he was "on duty," my understanding is that he was on his way to the grocery store when he spotted suspicious activity and immediately called the police.
You say Martin had to defend himself? Defend himself from what? What evidence is there of that? What do you base that assertion on? What evidence of injuries on Martin's body are you aware of?
You said Martin had a right to be where he was. You and I agree on that. So far as walking through that neighborhood, he was within his rights.
Did GZ have a right to walk in his neighborhood? Why didn't Zimmerman have a right to be where he was?+Dave Wykoff
can you tell me the name of the dispatcher who ordered Zimmerman to do anything? Or ordered him not to do something? What day did he give testimony to this in court?
The reason I ask is because they only dispatcher I know of that testified about talking with Zimmerman was the dispatcher who took the non-emergency 911 call. His name is Sean Noffke. He was on the stand the first day of testimony. His words, during the call, were to say "are you following him?" GZ: Yes. "We don't need you to do that." On the stand the dispatcher testified that they are trained not
to give orders, that he did not give Zimmerman any orders, and that when he told GZ "you don't need to do that" it was for liability purposes only.
Please, do tell, where did you get the idea that an "operator" told GZ to stay in his car?