The guy looks much more of Hispanic descent than Caucasian. You seem to classify individuals based on how it best fits the your narrative/argument rather than their "social mechanisms" and appearance.
Well, I think I've explained in other threads those social mechanisms, whether directly or indirectly.
And I really don't understand what your last point is? I never said the issues weren't separate, but the causation of this case's result is clearly the law irregardless of rather or not it plays into social schemes.
I was just encapsulating your argument. You can say whatever you'd like about the law, but if we don't look at them in context, then what is the point? It means we cannot address the ways in which race plays a role. And let us say that the stand your ground law is eliminated or harsh gun laws are eliminated, the criminalization and prosecution of people of a particular race will not end.
With the Zimmerman/Martian case, Zimmerman disobeyed direct orders from a dispatcher and because of his actions Martian was killed. That's from point A to Z, but from B to Y, it is ambiguous. Did Zimmerman confront Martian, did Martian attack Zimmerman, did Zimmerman try to apprehend Martian verbally or physically?, etc... I know that we differ in opinion on rather this affects the legal outcome, but can you agree that the events shadowing the Zimmerman case are much more unclear than this case?
To me, the reaction of the justice system is at issue here. Regardless of the details, Zimmerman was allowed to walk free before a movement forced the issue, whereas this woman was subject to constant abuse and did not even use the weapon to cause harm, and was subject to harsh treatment.