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And when the president now says that Martin could have been him 35 years ago, it doesn't say much for him as a youth. Of course, we know that Choom Gang Obama smoked marijuana like Martin. I wonder, though, did he miss 53 out of 90 days of school and
George Zimmerman hadn't been seen since his acquittal. Photo: Reuters George Zimmerman, the man who sparked a wave of protests across the US after he was acquitted over the shooting death of black teenager Trayvon Martin, has emerged from hiding to
Two polls released Monday revealed a dramatic racial gap in public opinion surrounding the Trayvon Martin case, with notable disparities on issues ranging from reaction to the verdict to the need for a national discussion on race.
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The Associated Press The Associated Press 3 hours ago Dozens of people participated in a protest march in Phoenix on Monday, calling for federal civil rights charges to be filed against Florida neighborhood watch activist George Zimmerman. A Florida
Ever since George Zimmerman's acquittal on July 13 he has been in hiding, and he has not made any statements about his acquittal or even been seen. His father, Robert Zimmerman has reported receiving a multitude of death threats as well as
George Zimmerman briefly emerged from hiding in the wake of his acquittal over Trayvon Martin's death. What Zimmerman apparently was seen doing will definitely get people talking. http://abcnews.go.com/US/george-zimmerman-emerged-
Neighborhood watch volunteers have patrolled Oklahoma City streets for 25 years without a single incident like the one that led to George Zimmerman shooting Trayvon Martin in a gated Florida community. Jury selection is scheduled to begin Monday for
Police could soon be getting some extra backup from their cars. Ford Motor Co. has a new surveillance system for police cars that automatically sounds a chime, locks the doors and puts up the windows if it detects someone approaching the car from
William DeShazer/Staff Brianna Perez, 14, middle, of Naples, embraces her friend Naomi Castro, 19, of Naples, while saying a prayer during a candlelight vigil for Trayvon Martin and demanding an end to racial profiling, Stand Your Ground Laws, at