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Well, let's see.  An eyewitness reportedly said Zimmerman was the one crying for help while Martin was on top of him, beating him.  And the reported physical evidence is that Zimmerman had a bloody nose, a cut on the back of his head, and grass stains on his shirt.  Could it possibly be that people who don't have access to the physical evidence and witness testimony should refrain from prejudging the case, instead of declaring someone guilty based on news reports?  That it is foolish to presume guilt on incomplete information, and that the accused should be presumed innocent until presentation of the evidence at trial?

But of course, there are no endorphin rewards from reserving judgment, no emotional satisfactions to be gained by waiting and seeing instead of loudly demanding "justice".

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