Trayvon Martin

In February 2012, Sanford, Fla. resident George Zimmerman, 28, shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, who was unarmed. Zimmerman claimed he felt threatened and that the shooting was in self-defense, and he was not charged because of Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law. Follow WBLK's coverage of the shooting, the nation's response and Zimmerman's murder trial below.

In light of the court proceedings last week when the defense attorney in the George Zimmerman murder trial asked Rachel Jeantel to read a letter, and she responded that she couldn't read cursive, I've decided to do a SUNDAY CLASSICS BATTLE today between CURSIVE AND PRINT. STATE YOUR PREFER…
Re-Thinking Rachel Jeantel — Todd’s Commentary
I must admit...upon watching and listening to Rachel Jeantel's initial appearance and testimony in court on Wednesday, June 26, I too had eyebrows raised and had an immediate reaction!
But after day two, when Rachel came back as a different person, I had to EXAMINE MYSELF and wonder what was REALLY W…

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