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He loses track of -- on -- after calling police walks back to his car.
Martin appears having circled back reporting Zimmerman and that's win trade on -- Attacks Zimmerman according to Zimmerman.
Punching him in the nose and again you know there's photograph and also medical records reflect a broken nose.
And then of course he says he jumps on top -- -- -- me to the ground and starts slamming my head in the concrete.
And again the photographs would seem to bear that out.
Doug what's your take them.
Its interest thing because.
You know as a lawyer -- both sides one side.
It is exactly the way you got a great and now which is that he was legitimately in fear for his life his -- his intestines and -- he's got a broken -- got serious abrasions.
And there where he was entitled to use deadly force.
Now I don't -- when I just do the complete 180 rhetorical spin which is that if somebody's losing a simple fist fight they can't kill the person.
That's what the lawyers are going to be debating back and forth and the other fans want to say is that the defense has a very very critical task here.
And I'd like to see.
You know Harry's visceral reaction and you which is that.
There's a lot of stuff about how he call -- and he was told don't follow on.
For people making a mistake to an and I -- -- Hillary is that just because you follow somebody and you initiated doesn't mean you can't use force to defend itself.
If that is another depart -- -- ill advised course right and I follow Greg -- a lot even though they tell -- don't do regret saying this jury could be deadly confused on that point remember this is a private yeah community.
Right and they have organized on their own neighborhood watch their -- -- view that nothing illegal about it there's nothing illegal.
About watching somebody nothing illegal about -- and individual and if you believe something suspicious going on.
Calling police -- even if the police tell you don't follow him don't do anything right.
Well you know.
Have to exactly exactly competitiveness captured by the word right it definitely can be you know the following somebody isn't a catalyst to beat somebody.
Right in our enemy right I had as far as I pray about it try to bomb Barton called his -- said the police -- he was in fear of this guy.
Why do you call the police say hey some guys -- -- or -- entry of -- -- approach and say hey listen you know we found forma.
You know but you know what what I have said before it is this you know the street attitude.
All right that is pervasive you know in the that the culture of violence in the inner city all right yeah I I.
One of the defense attorney -- And earlier.
Right well you know I stand by my comment you know I worked the streets of New York City for 25 years and there are guys -- -- out but each other out there just because they look.
They -- bad at somebody that you're getting the jury may not know about that so called street attitude is immunity exists -- got to judge he's going to very narrowly confined the evidence presented.
-- ties -- to discussions we've had before which is that.
Do you know why shouldn't I'll.
Take your side of the what should -- -- a book -- -- -- the kid had.
You know disciplinary problems in school on all its other stuff but the judge doesn't want and says it's irrelevant in -- -- prejudicial.
Williams says that the probative value of that right is outweighed by the prejudicial effect which is the legal tests right you know when I was -- last week we are talking about this with a defense attorney with experience and well.
-- amendments pro law enforcement is a wanna be cop and they've been trying use that against him.
A lot let's not that that's yeah that's not bad behavior -- about it and now other vehicle at a mall complement -- idea that they're firearms aggregate short you know effect yet.
Yet that's Iran.
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