Been hearing about this Zimmerman case in the Australia news.
The news is saying that it’s a big deal in the U.S. because it’s quite a polarising case. Just wondering what people are saying about this case. Is it really a case of one person in the office thinks he had a right to kill this guy and someone else thinks he committed a murder and should go down for it. I’m just curious about where the dividing lines are (i.e. is it more racial, or is it more about gun control and right to defend oneself, etc). What’s the talk about this case at the water coolers in America? Can you fill me in?