A few words on the innocence of Trayvon Martin.
The very idea will outrage certain people. Experience says the notion of Trayvon Martin being innocent will offend them deeply.
But they can get over it. Or not.
Because it is five years now since Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin's unarmed son died, five years since he was killed in Sanford, Fla. by a neighborhood watchman who dubbed him, on sight, a "f------ punk" and one of "these a--holes." Five years. And there are things that need saying. His divorced parents say much of it in "Rest in Power," their new book about the tragedy.
"My son had been intensely alive!" writes...