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Trial of George Zimmerman

State of Florida v. George Zimmerman was a criminal prosecution of George Zimmerman on the charge of second-degree murder stemming from the shooting of Trayvon Martin on February 26, 2012.

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Do you think it's fair?

Contributed by Annie Posada

In layman's terms: the legalese and omission of law confused the jury and prevented them from realizing this truth: when you're walking home and a stranger follows you, on car, then on foot, they're a threat to you and you're in the right if you attack them or defend yourself if they attack you.

Contributed by Empriś Durden

Grounds to place the FL judicial system into receivership. Receivership- a court order whereby all the property subject to dispute in a legal action is placed under the dominion and control of an independent person. Write to your congressional representative.

Contributed by Atrice Alexis

There are moments when those of us ( in the " black middle class") are reminded of the jarring and institutionalized racist chaste system that still exists. I hope this verdict proves to be sufficiently jarring to lift the idealized lens of our fancied post-america to share the foundation of our complicity in the system from Sag Habor to Oak Bluff.

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