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George Zimmerman Gets Shut Down By Florida Judge

George Zimmerman was on a mission to “punish” NBC for making him look bad. Unfortunately for the controversial public figure, a Florida judge was not having it. Zimmerman filed a lawsuit against the network in 2012 over their coverage of his case, which included the 911 call he made. According to his lawsuit, NBC’s “goal” was to “keep their viewers …

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Trayvon Martin Rallies Begin Nationwide

The “not guilty” verdict delivered to George Zimmerman quickly became both infamous and viral, sparking a variety of outcries and debates on the internet, public news outlets, and other media. Despite some polarization, the majority of public outcry is in disagreement with the acquittal. Twitter quickly showed its distaste with the verdict, with #nojustice and #justicefortrayvon trending heavily the day …

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According To Limbaugh, Trayvon Was A Bigot and Zimmerman Is Gay

Those who followed the Zimmerman trial are not unfamiliar with the way that Trayvon Martin’s character and past were called into question throughout the proceedings. Though Trayvon was shot and killed that rainy February night, and was thus denied a physical voice, the defense was not hesitant in its attempt to deface the character of the unarmed teen. Accusations of …

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George Zimmerman Jury Deliberates, Asks For List

The trial of George Zimmerman in the case of Trayvon Martin’s murder has become a national phenomenon, overtaking the country, as well as popular news sources, for the past three weeks. At approximately 2:30 PM today, the jury began their deliberation on the fate of George Zimmerman, with three options before them that they could potentially hand down; guilty of …

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George Zimmerman Trial Proposed Dismissal

The tragic death of Trayvon Martin has gripped the county for over a year, now, with interest at a new high due to the trial of George Zimmerman. Zimmerman is accused of fatally shooting Travyvon after an altercation in February of 2012. Popular belief is that Zimmerman, the head of the local neighborhood watch, followed Trayvon because he “looked suspicious,” …

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