This is a sad day…The jury has found George Zimmerman not guilty in the death of Trayvon Martin.
George Zimmerman acquitted in the death of Trayvon Martin, jury finds. Read more at http://www.cnn.com/
Jul 14, 2013
Sad. Its not what you know – its clearly what you can prove or not prove.
My heart bleeds for Trayvon Martins family. Nothing else to prove – for they have loss a son in a senseless act of violence by a robot cop with a gun. And we as a people may have lost the next black president, or future doctor, or teacher, or pilot, or an entrepreneur or just an everyday man with a blue or white collar job and a dream of a better life tomorrow. We will never know what great things Trayvon Martin may have had in store for his future. But he will forever be in our history books for the wrong reason. Murder. And that’s heart breaking.
Jul 15, 2013
I am sooo speechless, words can not convey my hurt or the pain The Martin’s are feeling right now. #nojusticenopeace
Now that is a has tag I like. #nojusticenopeace
I cried, not because I thought that there would be a chance in hell that they would find this murderer guilty. But, because Trayvon will never know justice nor will his family. We as Black people have a long way to go before we will ever have justice. Another example of how laws and our judicial system is still “Black and White”. Malcolm X was right; to quote…. So I’m not here this afternoon as a Republican, nor as a Democrat; not as a Mason, nor as an Elk; not as a Protestant, nor a Catholic; not as a Christian, nor a Jew; not as a Baptist, nor a Methodist; in fact, not even as an American, because if I was an American, the problem that confronts our people today wouldn’t even exist.
So I have to stand here today as what I was when I was born: A black man……
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