The question is still being asked, why isn't George Zimmerman locked up?
The Call & Post Newspaper "No Justice No Peace" standing for Trayvon Martin
A self-appointed neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman who pursued and then shot dead an unarmed Martin outside his stepmother's home last month in
Martin, a Black high-school junior, was making his way home with a bag of Skittles and a can of iced tea on Feb. 26 when Zimmerman spotted him, called a non-emergency dispatch number to report Martin looked intoxicated, followed him, and then minutes later after an altercation, shot him.
Zimmerman, 28, who is White, claimed self defense. He was never arrested and has been charged with no crime, sparking national outrage
- Thursday, 22 March 2012 08:34
Republican Gov. Rick Scott, who was elected after the law's passage, said he's open to suggestions if the Martin case illustrates problems with it.
- Wednesday, 21 March 2012 08:01
According to Chris Tutko, the director of the National Neighborhood Watch Program, there are about 22,000 registered watch groups nationwide, and Zimmerman was not part of a registered group -- another fact the police were not aware of at the time of the incident.
- Tuesday, 20 March 2012 19:57
An officer at the scene overheard Zimmerman saying, "I was yelling for someone to help me but no one would help me," the report said.