Originally Posted by A.Nonymous
Which brings up the biggest problem with a second degree murder case. There are only two witnesses to the entire altercation and one of them is in no condition to testify. Zimmerman has a presumption of innocence. If you are going to argue that Zimmerman is a liar (as he may well be), you have to prove it. It's not enough to just insinuate that he could be lying, you've got to prove that he is.
Note to self, when shooting someone insure the outcome is lethal, makes for a cleaner narrative.
Yes, it's up to the government to prove beyond a reasonable doubt, so let's see what the prosecution has before we reach a conclusion.