I'm just saying that the implication of negligence is incumbent upon the fact that you can't expect to follow a black kid because you should expect to be beaten if you do.
You should be able to follow anybody without the expectation of being beaten. His prudence would have been to stay in the car because black people can't be followed.
According to many, George Zimmerman should have stayed in his car. Why? Because Trayvon Martin is black. Why else would George Zimmerman stay in the car instead of keeping an eye on what he thought was previously a non-violent home burglary suspect except because he was black?
The only reason that anyone will ever come up with all boils down to the fact that Trayvon was black, which is the most racist belief that will ever occur in this case. You can follow a person without the expectation that you'll be attacked, because that's what happens is most cases.
This post was edited on 7/16 at 9:31 pm