Originally Posted By: six_of_one
Originally Posted By: musicalmarv7
Justice has been served finally the right way NOT GUILTY.

In this case, since only two people knew what really happened (and one of them is dead) it's hard to say wether the decision was "just" or not (in philosophical terms, at any rate) ...

The system did work as intended, however: the burden was on the prosecution and they failed to prove Martin didn't act in self-defense (and proving a negative is a big hill to climb, much less in court). Not surprising, but still disappointing (and more than a little scary) that apparently someone can play toy cop, initiate a confrontation, get in over their head, kill another person dead, and not be at least partially responsible for that outcome ...

... and so it goes.

+1 frown