And just so that he was clear, he repeated himself: Trayvon "caus[ed], by his own hand, his death."
cause′lessness; caus′er, one who causes an effect to be produced.
For this caus I was sent, that I should suffer this fyre for Christis saik.
Let our sords be drawn together in the caus of freedom and an outraged country, my own.
And I's willin to wait, 'caus I lubs de Lord and praises him ebery day.
Had he caus'd a letter to be sent them since he got here in Washington?
King Frederic William has caus'd it to be rebuilt with more Magnificence than before.
Just caus facilis est defensio—The defence of a just cause is easy.
The Erie of Huntley was charged to caus deliver the said housses, under pane of treasson.
I's comed here for my dinner, caus specs dis chile can't starve nohow.