5 Comments

  1. says:

    March 22, 2012 at 7:05 am

    Your post is spot on. I don’t understand why an arrest was not made. Zimmerman pursued Trayvon. He was out to get it. The poor boy, all he did was go to the store to buy candy…and was dark-skinned.

    • Martha says:

      March 22, 2012 at 7:32 pm

      So true. It’s so sad. I really feel for his parents. How awful that they should have to fight to see justice.

  2. says:

    March 22, 2012 at 6:34 pm

    Great article! I love that you bring up the point of him believing he’s equal and taking a stand. I admire his choice and I’m also saddened by it, because his choice was not honored. This is such a horrific case and the fact that his killer is walking free only multiplies the situation. So, so sad for the loss of Trayvon and for his family and friends who’ve had to watch this case unfold.

    Thanks for sharing this post. I’m going to share it too. <3

  3. Elizabeth says:

    March 27, 2012 at 2:07 pm

    So freaking upsetting and ridiculous that I have been stuffing down my feelings and comments. I just keep hoping that an arrest will be made, a reasonable explanation for the delay will be made, and I can go back to believing, even if only half-heartedly, that justice will prevail. It’s looking more and more like that isn’t going to happen. Are you kidding me here?? Zimmerman was told by the 911 operator to stop following Trayvon. It’s obvious he was out to shoot someone. With Trayvon having dark skin and wearing a hoodie, he must have assumed that he could justify his actions by saying he was “defending” himself, even with lack of evidence to support his claim. Apparently, he was right. Ridiculous. I’m so fuming mad over this case. I’m so sorry for Trayvon’s family. I’m so sorry for all of us. This says nothing good about our society as a whole. Nothing at all.

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