Friday, July 19, 2013
Did anybody here actually look at the evidence in the case? GZ had authority to watch and report. That's what neighborhood watch does. He was celebrated for reporting past activity, which resulted in arrests. Hence, he carried a gun. He saw a person he didn't know and watched, deemed him suspicious, and called the cops. He followed, though the dispatcher told him, "we don't need you to do that." He didn't describe the person he was following until asked by the dispatcher. GZ described being attacked, hurt, yelling for help, and feeling he had no choice but to fire his weapon, only after having his head slammed into the pavement several times. He called and reported the incident. He was interrogated, given polygraphs, and released, based on a lack of evidence that he broke any laws.
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