To hide and then confront

The most recent submission by the defense team refers to text messages from the 26th February that may explain why Trayvon Martin hid and then confronted Zimmerman rather than going home.

This seems to suggest that the defense has evidence that Martin did not go home. If so, does that mean he did not stash any blunts that he may have bought at the 7-eleven. Since he does not seem to have had enough THC in his blood to have smoked them, does that mean he did not in fact buy blunts?

What evidence is there in the texts that might show Martin hiding and then confronting? If there is and it is unambiguous, that would seem to impeach Dee Dee totally and ruin the prosecution’s case.

Is it possible that this will be revealed today by West or O’Mara?


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