The Stand Your Ground provision was not accessed just self defense.
So? Because the defense decided not to invoke it, it's moot? I don't think so.
And there was no vigilanteism just a man concerned with his community.
Two words, Dave: Bull. Sh¡t!
For a lot of people reflecting the outcome of the trial, they see a white man with a concealed gun, gracious, shooting a young black child being tried with a jury of white women . Found not guilty. It just can't be.
Not trying to be confrontational, I just need my memory "jogged";
Were you the member who stated a while back that you'd never known any black people until you'd left home to pursue higher learning?
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