he was going to be in trouble with the law for what he had done.
I just got through reading this article:
I found the following to be the most interesting new information I got from the article.
The article states:
"Zimmerman understood the magnitude of his situation right away, said Joe Oliver, a family friend and colleague of Zimmerman's at mortgage risk management firm Digital Risk LCC.
"The day after, he went into his job to let them know what was going on," said Oliver, who has spoken to Zimmerman at least twice since the shooting. "That is the last I know of anyone seeing George."
Zimmerman and his wife moved out of the townhouse they rented in the Twin Lakes complex almost immediately, Oliver said, and they are now living in seclusion."
This struck me as very telling. If Zimmerman felt he was in the right and that the law was on his side, why would he do these two things... right away. This is way before anybody was talking about this in the media.
I do believe that this is a strong indication of Zimmerman's being overwhelmed by his own conscience and consciousness of guilt.
Also, sort of unrelated, I believe that the most important evidence will be time. The cell phone records of Trayvon's girlfriend will reveal what time that call terminated. The various 911 calls will nail the exact moment that the shot was fired. I think it will become obvious that there wasn't enough time between those two events for all of the things that Zimmerman has stated were true.
I think I'm too obsessed with this case, but I really hate injustice.