"I didn't feel like we had to score," Tannehill said. "I had the mindset we were going to score."
As far as the outcome of the trial whoever turned it into a physical confrontation was wrong. I don't know who that was. The guilt for what happens after the verdict belongs to the media for making it something it wasn't. I wish people would make their judgments on these things before they hear the color of the skin of the people involved.
THIS IS WHAT A REAL HEAD COACH LOOKS LIKE!
Originally Posted by Rotoworld
154 pounds versus over 200 oh yea the kid was built like a monster
The State should have been more prepared to argue the manslaughter charge at closing. Argue that Zimmerman intended to follow and confront Trayvon, which the police would have to testify is the last thing you want a neighborhood watch person to do, so that Zimmerman acted recklessly in following Trayvon. The State could then focus on the act being neither justified nor excusable. The State had a shot and blew it.
Everyone needs to zimmer down here.
I'm thankful that I live in a country where we have to prove beyond reasonable doubt that one is guilty rather than just convicting people with our emotions.
I'll take the wannbe cop over the wannbe thug.
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