Trayvon Martin’s position may prove his innocence
The defense witness says, in his opinion, Trayvon Martin was leaning over George Zimmerman when Zimmerman shot him. [“Teen was above Zimmerman before gunfire, witness testifies,” News, July 10.]
So what does that prove, that he was fighting for his life against an attacker with a gun? What was he expected to do when attacked by someone with a gun, except to fight for his life?
Jerry Wheeler, Bellevue