Stevie Wonder boycotts Florida after Zimmerman verdict

The singer-songwriter publicly announced that he would never again step foot in Florida or any other state that honors the 'stand your ground' law until the rule is abolished. </br></br>George Zimmerman was accused of second-degree murder and manslaughter in the fatal shooting of high school student Trayvon Martin. The 'stand your ground' law was key in Zimmerman's acquittal.
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( Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times / February 12, 2012 )

The singer-songwriter publicly announced that he would never again step foot in Florida or any other state that honors the 'stand your ground' law until the rule is abolished.

George Zimmerman was accused of second-degree murder and manslaughter in the fatal shooting of high school student Trayvon Martin. The 'stand your ground' law was key in Zimmerman's acquittal.

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