All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘trayvon’

George Zimmerman Gets Another Speeding Ticket

Former neighborhood “watchman” George Zimmerman was pulled over for speeding in Central Florida Tuesday, roughly a month after being stopped near Dallas for the same violation. No word yet on whether he was carrying a firearm this time around. Zimmerman was left with a warning in the Texas incident, but police in Lake Mary, a suburban city in Seminole County, …

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Zimmerman Case Spurs Moms Group, Polarizes Sides

After the “not guilty” verdict for George Zimmerman in the killing of Trayvon Martin, protests have sparked up and heated exchanges on social media are in full swing. Lots of people have cooled off over the weekend, but many are just getting going. One of the byproducts of the Zimmerman/Martin case is the launch of grassroots groups that advocate for …

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George Zimmerman Not Guilty

A jury has found George Zimmerman not guilty on all counts in the trial of murder/manslaughter of Trayvon Martin. The jury deliberated for two days before returning the verdict. The case has polarized the opinions of the nation for months, with some saying that Zimmermann brutally took the life of a young black man with no cause, and others saying …

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Trayvon Martin’s Mother: Screams Were My Son’s

Sybrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin, has testified in court in the case against George Zimmerman. Zimmerman is accused of the February 26, 2012 shooting of Martin after having called 911 to report a suspicious figure in his gated community (Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch captain, had made similar calls several times over the previous six months). When asked by Prosecutor …

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Zimmerman Trial Joke: Attorney Throws Himself on the Mercy of the Court

Prosecutors and defense attorneys have delivered opening statements in the case against George Zimmerman. Neither statement went well. The prosecuting attorney charged with delivering the opening statement, John Guy, began with the following: “Good morning. ‘F***ing punks. These a******s all get away.’” If this was disconcerting for you, imagine how bizarre it must have seemed for the six jurors in …

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