The case against Mr. Zimmerman is far from a slam dunk. The law stated that he had a right to defend himself. He went looking for an outsider in a gated community, because that was what he does. Trayvon Martin hid from him. He was only a few feet from his home, but he decided to find out what this guy wanted with him. That was his mistake. When he confronted his killer, he didn't realize he was armed. He then hit this man, knocking him to the ground. He jumped on Zimmerman and started to pound on him, hitting his head on the ground a few times. (There is a bloody head picture somewhere). It forced the issue. And that is something that should not have done. None of this had to happen. Looking at a nuclear Iran puts fear into the hearts of every one of it's neighbors. It might mean a war could happen to the other countries and contaminate them. There will have to be difficult decisions made. This is just a beginning.
Five civilians killed in north Sinai after militants shell house (AP)
from the article: The line connecting Trayvon Martin and an Israeli attack on Iran