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07-21-13, 06:58 AM #1
Protests for Trayvon MartinHundreds marched in the summer heat to rally at federal courthouses in Miami, Chicago, Los Angeles and other cities, demanding "justice for Trayvon" and an end to racial profiling that they said was at the heart of the case.
In New York, scene of one of the largest rallies, roughly 2,000 protesters, some carrying "Boycott Florida" signs or wearing T-shirts with Martin's picture, were led by an emotional Sybrina Fulton, the slain teenager's mother."Trayvon was a child," she said. "I think sometimes it gets lost in the shuffle because as I sat in the courtroom, it made me think they were talking about another man. And it wasn't. It was a child."Fulton burst into tears as members of the crowd shouted: "We love you!"She was joined at the event by hip-hop mogul Jay Z and his wife, pop star Beyonce, along with New York City mayoral candidate Christine Quinn and civil rights activist Al Sharpton.
07-21-13, 07:41 AM #2
Forgive me for being insensitive, but who cares. Just another excuse for savages, socialist, union workers and other riffraff to show their ass. People like Martin and Zimmerman keep police busy.
07-21-13, 07:50 AM #3
What about the children being murdered in Chicago?
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