And that is the part I can't get past....Police were on their way, and Zimmerman continued to pursue after being told by the dispatcher that he didn't need to do that...I think if anything damning during a trial would mitigate this as being avoidable, it will be that.
He was then immediately questioned at the station.
He could not have been of the mind or even had the time to concoct some lie that would stand up the peppering of questions.
Your scenario is unfounded.
There is nothing wrong about that conduct.
You would have to ignore the evidence that Trayvon's girlfriend has provided to say something like this.
Bottom line at this moment is an old saying, "when two bad decisions meet, nothing good happens."
Listen to your conscience....and let it sink in.