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Prosecutor: This case about 'two worlds colliding'

  • Prosecutor John Guy gives opening statement in Zimmerman trial
  • Attorney portrays defendant as 'grown man' who took on a teen

Florida prosecutor John Guy began his opening statement in the George Zimmerman trial Monday by describing the case as "two worlds colliding." The two worlds were those of Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch captain, who was out the night of Feb. 26, 2012 and Trayvon Martin, the Miami teenager visiting the Sanford subdivision walking back home from the store.

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