All we know is a decision was reached that reflected Florida law and this jury had to do the best they could with a weak case. Victims usually die alone and only seen by the one who killed them as they fight unsuccessfully to live. They instantly lose their voice and that ability to say "He pulled a gun out" or "He grabbed me" or any potential about what happened on the night they are killed. It is all speculation where the survivor from a crime says "He hit me first" and can be heard while a victim's words are silenced. Zimmerman is free because a jury did not fill in the blanks with guesses I suspect and where no evidence exists, no guilty verdict can be made. Reality is that if a victim dies, they are gone and the proof they offer sometimes is only their body and scant evidence.
A Peter Pan figure who will never grow up and remains stuck somewhere in our collective memories surrounded by day to day achievements and failures of our own children may actually be a warning found in the armpit of America. The dirty little secrets came through somewhere between having to make an underage teenager killed with Skittles and Tea into a Thug in order to justify his death, and the conflict of what we really teach our own children about a stranger with a gun following them.
Zimmerman moves on taking memories no one knows but him and the guilt is already buried somewhere in America where a marker shows a kid lived a shorter amount of years on this planet than some family pets