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Howard University School of Law’s Response to State of Florida v. George Zimmerman

George Zimmerman is not innocent, he was found not guilty of the charges of Second Degree Murder or Manslaughter. This verdict was not about justice for Trayvon Martin which he deserved. We are profoundly saddened by this verdict because it means that there is yet another unarmed young black male’s death at the hands of someone relying on racial stereotypes. This is why last year, Howard Law students insisted on raising the profile of this case by creating a video, “Am I Suspicious,” which was posted on YouTube and why they rallied with others in Washington, DC, and in Florida to have Zimmerman charged.

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One comment on “Howard University School of Law’s Response to State of Florida v. George Zimmerman

  1. There is a saying that goes “all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law”. If he was not found guilty, then he remains as innocent as anyone else who has not been found guilty.

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