Originally Posted by Garcia Bronco
No it doesn't. It just says that he took it seriously, which he should. Which language would you be refering to?
First off, I should have said the prosecution is using the statements he made to create blah blah blah.
I don't have the audio memorized or in front of me, but his statement of "these a-holes always get away with this" (and there are a few others like it) may be interpreted by the jurors as Zimmerman electing to follow Martin with a design on getting revenge, rather than simply performing the duties of a neighborhood watch captain, which we learned from the testimony of the liaison on day one are to watch and listen, not follow or engage.
I don't really have a dog in the race one way or the other...the court of public opinion...yours, mine, peace's...doesn't matter a bit in this. I find it more interesting to study the rhetoric (or - knock knock - lack thereof) of the case.