Here are some facts of the over-hyped Trayvon Martin case.
A Hispanic guy is neighborhood watchman of a Florida suburb community. He says there have been a rash of recent break-ins in his usually quiet, peaceful, suburban, neighborhood. He's extra vigilant and suspicious of anything out of the ordinary. It's a dark, rainy, night. He spots a male. Contrary to the mainstream media pictures of a smiling 12-year-old black boy, he looks a little more like the updated 17-year-old in the picture below. He's wearing a hoodie and the Hispanic watchman hasn't seen him in the neighborhood previously. He calls 911, but wants to track the black guy because he doesn't want to waste police time by calling them out only to find the guy gone.
Is he right to be suspicious?
This is a fair and balanced poll. I'm not asking whether Trayvon deserved to get shot. I wouldn't think that for a minute. I am asking whether Zimmerman had cause to be suspicious to begin with.