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Back to bill we have the actual confrontation.
And you know we have very lot of different versions of what went on there but we do know.
That George Zimmerman.
Sort of started the whole thing by following.
Trip on Marten and that that part alone.
Some people are saying look you know if he hadn't done that this whole thing would have happened so you know.
He did something wrong -- an unarmed seventeen year old who had skills and his -- is is dead.
So you he's got to be punished for this we -- vigilantism and all that what about that we'll -- fizzle.
You know I don't want to try to scientists whose case right now I think you know what you're that picture can't -- -- may not be completely accurate and I need to get out the vehicle.
Whether he pursued him and what that level confrontation wasn't Kirk is still being decided right but you know whether he's in all of slightly lower student -- thinking isn't this -- -- how to try to find it where he was going right as opposed to pursue in the sense of these -- -- pursue someone to -- aggressively.
You know assault them or take them on so I just put that I cannot use the word -- you know -- cleaning it rightly view and if he lets the tape.
He's actually cancer.
While he's on the phone key is app error -- -- -- are now again.
I don't think that -- -- that that's that's true so inflammatory.
Rate disease he's after he was looking to find out from his own words where he may have been going.
Is that he's not saying an -- he was -- after.
It was consuming anyway personally and whether or not he was after him to kill him is not what I'm saying and saints -- was pursuing him he was after he had a target which was -- -- And he was after hands and he was breathing hard.
I've got I think I see NIC -- going that is personally I cannot think of another way to describe.
While not -- the running.
I'm so here's C.
The question came up again from a prosecution witness earlier on the woman who trained.
George Zimmerman as they neighborhood watch captain.
She testified that what they train these captains as.
-- get to know your neighborhood familiarize yourself with who lives there.
So that you know when somebody belongs there and when somebody doesn't belong there and if you're not sure winning doubt call us call that non emergency number and say this here who I don't think belongs here if you take a very big phrasing.
Several times if people -- criticizing Zimmerman saying.
Clothes because he's so like a black kid -- -- -- -- not us but it if you get testimony from this woman was basically like somebody -- you don't recognize go -- -- -- Which is what he'd done all other times so let's just say that what she gave him the right instructions -- spurt for purposes of an argument race.
Keep all of that.
The four or five other times they made those calls.
There's somebody suspicious of their standing by -- I'm gonna call.
So he continued to do that and then all of a sudden this one time he gets out of the car when he did not -- -- on engaging in any criminal acts of.
You're -- but no he said bill -- -- -- -- you he said you know he's walking between the houses.
And his idea was I want to keep an eye on him so that when the police come I can locate him for the -- Slighted and also -- get into this history and I think you know came up yesterday when.
The police dispatcher asked them to stay in his vehicle a lot of people kind of need a lot of -- around that is certainly something to be to look at.
But it was -- -- police order you know he's not a policeman disobeying an order it was not restrictive -- stay in your vehicle you know.
You know I want to run it vehicle check on you it wasn't something like that they -- just suggested he stay in the vehicle.
And they've already kind of you know -- every -- that is being kind of him acting out.
You know -- responsibly.
What -- I just say and I -- I really like to use this personal experience I was actually forming on the criminal injury you can believe that.
I found out of breast patent and yes the fact that they were I mean I've -- Hopefully it came across as they ever since it sincere and kind of non biased individual like it's that they could be the Foreman -- -- was.
But I can tell you is that sitting in the jury room and when people stop listening to the facts and know asking the -- be -- -- and listening the the judges.
Directions we know that's we'll -- further down the -- here when they start looking at.
What is you know something reasonable is there you know these charges against a person you know based based on fact.
You know and -- -- any type of reasonable doubt reasonable but any doubt but reasonable doubt.
All of these facts will come into play and I believe thus far from what I've heard from the prosecution's case being put forward.
They have not been compelling -- -- I think one over people who may have been kind of sitting -- when -- the other I think -- some ways that kind of been neutral in their position.
In -- in their case going forward.
They think will be how the defense puts on on their case and who they call that -- to this point if it was the prosecution actually benefited.
All right unfortunately -- gonna have to leave it there because the trial has resumed camera holder.
Bill Daly thank you both so much for joining us.
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