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Del. Aisha Braveboy, D-Prince George's, 1st vice chairman, Legislative Black Caucus

"I feel sad for the family of Trayvon Martin. I really do because you want so much for young kids, and it seems like he had a wonderful life and a long future and their hearts are broken and mine too is broken for them." "Because of that (Stand Your Ground) law, (Zimmerman) was not taken in, processed, he was not given a drug or alcohol test, he was not fingerprinted, his wounds were not analyzed to see if Mr. Martin caused them .. .. Any future prosecution of this case is going to be a problem for the prosecution to move forward."Baltimore Sun photo by Amy Davis