Amy, thanks for that. It just saved me time and I do recollect those facts now. What I agree with is that Mr. Zimmerman had a right to defend himself the way he did once he was out of the SUV. What I don't agree with is Mr. Zimmerman getting out of the SUV, period. He, by trying to trail Martin on foot, created a potential confrontation with him. It's obvious that Martin knew he was being tailed and whether or not he was up to no good will probably never be determined. All I know is if someone was following me like that my emotions could range from fear to anger. Mr. Zimmerman, once, getting out of the SUV, became much more proactive than if he had just remained inside. We will have to wait what a jury will say about this.