"What do you think happened in those four minutes?" Pipitone asked.
"I think Trayvon Martin was hiding. To me, my gut instinct tells me that the young man would not take the perpetrator he thought was chasing him -- and may be a sexual pervert -- back to the house," de la Rionda said.
Corey then focused on a key, undeniable point.
"The bottom line is,, 'What difference does it make what Trayvon was doing?'" Corey said "He had a right to breathe, to live, to do whatever he wanted to do. How is it Trayvon Martin's fault how he spent those four minutes? He's supposed to have this man follow him and take him to the back door where a 12-year-old is home alone?"
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