To me it sounds like George Zimmerman was covering his bases on the 911 call he made to police. He sounds confident to insert all the right keywords -- anticipating trouble -- that will result in him being cleared in the event that anything goes down, which of course we all now know, that it did. For instance, he makes a point to point out that Trayvon has his hands (ominously) in his waistband.
The same recording does put a damper on claims that police told George not to chase the suspect. In fact, on this recording at least, they never tell Zimmerman any such thing. I'm splitting hairs perhaps, the way a decent defense attorney will, but in fact, the 911 dispatcher merely observes that the Sheriff's office does not need George to go after anyone. They don't tell George "Do not chase the suspect". My guess is that's going to be the loophole here.
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