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.

George Zimmerman has become the poster child for injustice in this country. Not only did he admit to killing an unarmed teen in Florida and get off, now he admits to speeding with a concealed weapon in his truck and gets off with a warning!
Watch the cop dash cam inside.
Trayvon Never Existed?!?!
I came across this video that is basically saying the whole George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin case is a plot by the government to create a reason to have conflict.
Zimmerman A Hero?
It's being told that George Zimmerman saved lives ...or at least rescued some a family just days ago...and just days after his NOT GUILTY VERDICT!
One of the first artists to say that they were boycotting Florida because of its Stand Your Ground Laws was Stevie Wonder; now, over a week or so later, the list of artists that will not play the sunshine state is getting longer by the day!
Tavis Smiley appeared on Meet The Press this morning, and he said that President Barack Obama was pushed to the podium by individuals in the White House, and many African-Americans across this country are upset with the results of the verdict.
With the verdict in the George Zimmerman case just about a week old now, there are more celebrities speaking out on the case, the national reaction and how so many people are being manipulated by the media (according to them) for financial gain and profit.

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