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     George Zimmerman came out of the courtroom in Florida, as a free man who was released from all the charged in the shooting of 17-yr-old Trayvon Martin. He had waited a year & half for this. Late Saturday night, the jury declared that he was not guilty of second degree murder but to convict him on a lesser charge of manslaughter. Many agitator's were very disappointed with this decision of the court. But this freedom will be short lived.

      "He's going to be looking over his shoulder for the rest of his life," Robert Zimmerman Jr. said during an interview on CNN. Many were upset with the judgement & put up peaceful protests in Florida, Atlanta, Milwaukee & Washington. It went on over night, til Sunday morning. There were some violence of window breaking & a police squad car was maraud in Oakland. Many more demonstrations were planned for Sunday evening.

     It was also made a note of in the Churches on Sunday Mass. Many are talking bout the judgment & requesting the public to remain calm. But they showed their protest by wearing T-shirt with the teen's picture in it.
     Martin was killed in February 2012. This opened many debates across the country on racial caricature, self-defense and equal justice. It originally took the police 44 day's to arrest Zimmerman, after the shooting in Orlando, suburb of Sanford. Zimmerman identifies himself as Hispanic.

     Six unspecified female jurors spent three weeks of often widely conflicting testimony over who was the assailant of the 17-yr-old on the rainy day, while he was walking along the town house community where the teen & Zimmerman were staying.
     The Jurywoman were abstracted during the probation and they spent more than 15 hrs fr two days before declaring late Saturday night that they had reached a decision. The court did not unveil the members of the jury. It might have been made up of five white women and six Hispanic. The jurors had to sort out lashing testimony from 56 witnesses in all, including police, neighbors, friends & family members.
     In August, 2012 the defense attorney Mark O' Mara said Zimmerman & his wife, Shellie had been living solitaire fearing their safety.Now after the verdict with the ongoing aftermath, the defense attorney is concerned about Zimmerman's safety. "There still is a fringe element that wants revenge," O'Mara said. "They won't listen to a verdict of not guilty."

     Martin's family was not in the courtroom when the judgement was read. But those present reacted very strongly. Many supports gathered outside yelled, "NO! NO!" upon hearing the verdict.State Attorney Angela Corey said after the verdict that she regarded that second degree murder was the appurtenant charge  because Zimmerman's mindset "fit the bill of second degree murder." "We charged what we believed we could prove," Corey said. Despite the phyletic charged nature of the case, race was hardly referred in the case.

       Andrew Perkins, 55, a black dweller of the locality asked infuriatingly outside the court room, "How the hell did they find him not guilty? He killed some body & got away with murder." Trayvon Martin's brother, Jahvaris Fulton, twitted an expression of betrayal on Twitter. President Obama on Sunday afternoon called Martins death a tragedy for America but asked that America respect calls for calm reflection.

     "I know this case has elicited strong passions," he said. "And in the wake of the verdict, I know those passions may be running even higher. But we are a nation of laws, and a jury has spoken." This announcement by the President acquired the wide spread national attention of the case he wanted to prompt a discussion on Gun violence.

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