Police didn’t tell him to not follow Trayvon, a DISPATCHER did - big difference. A person who can only make assumptions based on the limited information they are receiving. There are multiple instances where people not listening to the directions of dispatchers have made a positive difference in an emergency situation. The problem I’m seeing most people having is basing a decision of “beyond a reasonable doubt based on evidence”. You have a pretty good feeling of what went down, but come on, no one can really say they knew beyond a REASONABLE DOUBT what actually happened. I’m not saying Zimmerman isn’t the instigator, isn’t the one who caused the whole situation to happen in the first place. But I can also build a scenario in my mind where Trayvon is the aggressor, where he gets sick of someone following him and decides to show him what’s up. Even though I agree this is a less likely scenario, since there’s no evidence to prove this didn’t happen, as a member of a jury I would have a tough time with my conscious putting away a person for LIFE because of my assumptions.