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Zimmerman’s defense team’s closing arguments; the most powerful points


Now it’s the defense’s turn.

George Zimmerman defense lawyer Mark O’Mara proceeded to try to poke holes in the prosecution’s case that the “cop wanna-be” Zimmerman acted out of “malice,” “ill will” and “hatred” when he tracked down Trayvon Martin in the gated community in Sanford, Fla., initiated a confrontation and then shot the teen in cold blood, claiming self defense.

O’Mara says that the prosecution’s case was to remove all reasonable doubt and connect the dots so that there is no doubt that Zimmerman is guilty, “and they didn’t.”

Here are some of Zimmerman’s defense lawyer Mark O’Mara’s most powerful p0ints during closing arguments.

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