Auction Of Gun Used To Kill Trayvon Martin Troubling To Boston Mayor, PoliceBoston Mayor Marty Walsh and police are "deeply troubled" about the auction of a gun that was used to kill 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Florida in February 2012.
Boston Demonstrators Join Thousands Across US To Protest Zimmerman VerdictOne week after a jury found George Zimmerman not guilty in the death of unarmed teen Trayvon Martin, people gathered for nationwide rallies to press for changes to self-defense laws and for federal civil rights charges against the former neighborhood watch leader.
IF....It Wasn't Racial Before......It Sure Is now!!!!The case was weak, the presentation was weaker, the prosecutors knew they had nothing (but they still sit back and call George a murderer) and the jurors come back unanimous....."NOT GUILTY" End of case? Not a chance..
Juror In George Zimmerman Trial Speaks Out About VerdictWhen the jurors in the George Zimmerman trial first got the case, three voted not guilty, two wanted manslaughter and one thought he was guilty of second degree murder.
Gresh & Zo: Should Sports Stars Stop Tweeting? With NFL stars taking to twitter to react to the results of the George Zimmerman trial, Gresh & Zo examine the state of the athlete twitter culture. Is it time for players to shut down their accounts?
Keller @ Large: Tune Out The Hate-PeddlersLet’s tune out the hate-peddlers, so the rest of us can work on building a society where a nothing beef between two strangers on the street hardly ever leads to violence anymore.
Jury Finds George Zimmerman Not Guilty In Killing Of Trayvon MartinNeighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman was cleared of all charges Saturday in the shooting of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed black teenager whose killing unleashed furious debate across the United States over racial profiling, self-defense and equal justice.
NightSide - John Rosenthal And Alan Gottlieb Talk About Gun ControlIs The “Stand Your Ground” Law Asking For Trouble?
Keller @ Large: Get Facts Straight In Trayvon Martin Murder FirstTo see an unarmed kid shot to death is repulsive; if it was a racial hate crime, put me down for no mercy. But let’s get the facts straight and act on the truth, not our reflexive outrage.