Situation is such, Trayvon Martin was well within his right to exercise his Freedom and Liberty to be where he was, do what he was doing, and, under Florida's law: to stand his ground and break George Zimmerman's nose.
Plain and simple, regardless of what Zimmerman may have thought or suspected about Trayvon Martin he was wrong. And Martin had good reason to believe Zimmerman was a predator based on the fact Zimmerman was aggressively following him for no good reason Martin could fathom.
It does not matter if Trayvon had killed Zimmerman, a stranger armed with a deadly weapon pursuing him, which as a matter of fact Zimmerman did use to kill Martin. Trayvon Martin had every right to try and protect himself.
Zimmerman would have us believe that after following Martin first in his vehicle and then pursuing Trayvon on foot down a sidewalk well in a corridor between a two parallel rows of connected apartments, he turned and retreated and suddenly Trayvon Martin attacked him from behind intent on killing him.
As if the unarmed lighter man lured the armed George Zimmerman to a semi-secluded spot to murder him for some unknown reason. Perhaps Martin baited Zimmerman with the promise of Skittles and TEA eh?
Does being neighborhood watch captain license Zimmerman to challenge Martin's Freedom to wear a hoodie? Was there some reason Trayvon did not have the Liberty to be on Zimmerman's turf?
Did the State Prosecutor have reason to believe Zimmerman had reasonable cause to believe the Skittles and TEA were stolen in a break-in in ordering George Zimmerman be released without charges?