http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news...illed-sanford-police-20120308,0,1380794.story "Trayvon Martin, a Miami high school junior, was walking back from the store, a package of Skittles in his pocket. George Zimmerman, the captain of his crime watch group, was driving through his Sanford neighborhood, on the lookout for trouble. He saw the teen and called police. Two minutes later, 17-year-old Trayvon was on the ground, dying from a single gunshot wound. Police found Zimmerman standing nearby, a gun in his waistband and blood seeping from injuries to his nose and the back of his head. That was Sunday, Feb. 26. Sanford police cuffed 28-year-old Zimmerman, took him to police headquarters, interrogated him then let him go. He told them he had acted in self-defense." Only two sides to this story and one of them can't talk anymore. As a gunowner and CCW licensee I have to admit wouldn't expect to walk if I capped an unarmed man outside of my own property. It's one of the things we specifically went over in class. Force with Force vs Escalation of Force. Looks bad for all CCW holders to be out looking for trouble, which he was. ETA:Also serves to illustrate the recommendation to have at least $60k prepared for a civil suit if you should cap someone, legit or not.