Why was Trayvon's drug use suppressed?

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  1. Skandelon

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    How in the world could the judge find that Trayvon's use of Marihuana isn't relevant?

    Doesn't she know drugs affect your actions and can make you look nervous (suspicious)?

    Doesn't she know that drug use speaks to his character and likely hood to do what George accuses him of doing?

    Doesn't she know that drug use makes a young man more prone to look for things to steal so as to buy more drugs, and indeed Trayvon wasn't the innocent little boy everyone seems to presume he is? What if he really was looking to break in to an easy target house to get drug money?

    Doesn't she know that if you threaten to call the police when speaking to a drug addict they might overreact and start a physical altercation?

    HOW IS THAT NOT RELEVANT TO THIS CASE!!!!????!!!!!!
     
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  2. Revmitchell

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    She allowed it
     
  3. Skandelon

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    Oh, she did? Last I heard is that it wasn't going to be allowed and I never heard it talked about in closing or anything????
     
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    My bad... I had the wrong info...

    I just wonder why the defense didn't present more info like:
     
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    She allowed it.

    So can drinking coffee or ingesting too much sugar.

    Does George Zimmerman beating his ex-fiancee speak to his character and likelihood that he was overaggressive and precipitateted the entire encounter?

    Does 53 calls to 911 with several of them about Black males make George Zimmerman more prone to pursue Black males as suspicious looking? Does his arrest for resisting an officer with violence make him more prone to aggressively pursue confrontation?

    Indeed George Zimmerman isn't the placid, little boy scout that everyone seems to presume he is.

    And what if George Zimmerman got out his car with his gun because he was looking to shoot someone?

    The same way the aforementioned is not relevant. The case deals with the encounter. You seem to be going out a limb to make Trayvon Martin the guilty one because of something that cannot be shown to have anything to do with the encounter. That's the type of prejudice of which I speak. It's quite evident on this board what people think of the young man. And it is repeatedly tinged with prejudice based upon what the talking heads have said.
     
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  6. Skandelon

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    All of our 'what ifs' sound like reasonable doubt...enough said.
     

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