George Zimmerman Charged with Second Degree Murder: What Now?

Thursday, April 12, 2012

It has been 46 days since 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was shot and killed in Sanford, Florida, yet it will be months before there is any resolution in the case. Although second degree murder charges have been filed against the man who admits to shooting Trayvon, but it could be eight months or more before a jury is convened and the trial begins. What happens in the meantime? Valerie Houston is a Pastor at Allen Chapel AME Church in Sanford, Florida, and Farai Chideya is a journalist and blogger at


Farai Chideya and Valerie Houston

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Kristen Meinzer

Comments [1]


No mention that the Attorney General is praising political activists trying to escalate the passions in this case?
Is this administration using this case for its own political agenda in an election year and is that appropriate and why is the media ignoring that unseemly involvement and its motivation?

Apr. 12 2012 09:34 AM

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