At least "****ing goons" (one argument I have heard about what he said) actually makes sense in the context.
right. But "****ing poofed" is the height of logical objective analysis.It seems that since you and many others are trying to paint the man as a racist you are trying to claim a practically inaudible word is something racist.
Following a person you think is up to no good is seeking a confrontation.It looks more like he was following someone he thought was up to no good , not seeking a confrontation.
Thus justifying any fears that the boy had about him. Trayvon was being followed by an armed and paranoid individual who was clearly engaging in irrational behaviors despite the fact that he had been advised otherwise.Yes he ignored the 911 dispatcher's advice.
Trayvon, sensing that Zimmerman meant to do something to him, attempted to escape form his stalker, but this dangerous person continued to follow him, engaged in a confrontation with him, and ended his life.
There most certainly is. Zimmerman sought out the confrontation from the start by following him and staring at him.There is no evidence who started the altercation.
Following and staring at someone is most certainly a threatening behavior. Test it out some time. Stare at and follow a stranger for a while. Make sure they know that you are staring at them and following them.Following someone does not justify starting a fight.
See what their reaction is. If they try to run away from you, keep at it. Find them again and continue to stare at them and follow them.
Or even better, imagine that someone is doing that to you. Or a loved one.
****, go out and pay a stranger to do it to one of your loved ones. Just follow and stare. Perhaps even talk on the phone while they are doing it.