But the fact remains the state of Florida had their chance and didn't make their case "beyond a reasonable doubt". The system worked, even if you don't agree with the verdict. Thankfully, for those who think he got away with murder, myself included, Georgy Porgy seems to be following the same path as OJ.
It's not just that I don't agree with the verdict... I believe that whether the state did their job well or not, a guilty man walked free. It's no less abhorrent than when an innocent man is sent to prison on false evidence.
Yes, same way as O.J.. Because... most people who commit these kinds of acts are inherently unstable, and the act itself sends them over the edge. The fall may speed up, and it may slow at times, but he's steadily and constantly loosing altitude until another big event. I don't think Zimmerman is a psychopath though, like O.J.. O.J. is extremely disconnected. That was a premeditated and gruesome murder of the mother of his kids and another person. O.J. was cracking before the trial, but afterwards he basically went on as nothing happened, and probably got into trouble more out of a feeling of invincibility. He was basically just in survival mode all the time.