Police in Fla., Calif. face opposition over Zimmerman verdict




July 22, 2013

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Police in Fla., Calif. face opposition over Zimmerman verdict
Police in Fla., Calif. face opposition over Zimmerman verdict Americans nationwide protested the outcome of George Zimmerman's trial, who was found not guilty of 2nd degree murder for the 2012 death of a black unarmed teenager. The 'Stand Your Ground' law came under fire by Floridians and other states who enforce similar laws, which encourage civilians to use deadly force if they fear death or bodily harm.


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