I thought there was mutual agreement not to go deeply into the personalities of Martin and Zimmerman at trial.
Ex fiancee. Not wife. Women often use protection orders as weapons. I actually have a cousin that did exactly that. To counter that, men (and attorneys) have learned to file their own protection orders. That often leads to court to say 'oh screw this' and ignore the whole mess.
And I'd like to know what your "etc" is. I'm pretty sure you don't have anything, which is why you put "etc"--to imply you did.
I have yet to see "many articles". Please cite them. I'll make it easy--just cite the first half dozen, and make sure they're from reputable sources and they aren't all simply referencing another article or the same incident.
I wouldn't call it a "mutual agreement" that sounds too nice. What happened was that O'Mara served notice that if the state opened the door even the least little bit he was going to bury them with Trayvon's misdeeds.
And since there were actual misdeeds as compared with a couple of things that don't matter--they state let it go. It's one of the reasons they lost--they were unable to make TM into a sympathetic victim other than the constant "this child" bleating.
Well that and that all the actual evidence agreed with Georgie.
Ricky, if you were to hear hoofbeats behind you, would you turn around expecting zebras or horses?