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  • Zimmerman verdict portends more violence

    Zimmerman verdict portends more violence
    It's a troubling and scary thing to consider, but my take-away from the trial of George Zimmerman is a very clear message that you can take up arms to protect yourself and use deadly force with the thinnest claims of self-defense and the fullest confidence that little, if anything, will happen to you.
  • Zimmerman trial had nothing to do with race

    Zimmerman trial had nothing to do with race
    The Sun editorial staff makes some irrational comments on George Zimmerman's not guilty verdict in saying that "two undercurrents are clearly responsible for what happened that night and for the way the case has played out since: racial prejudice and...

    Huffington granted $500,000 bond; murder victim's family outraged

    Huffington granted $500,000 bond; murder victim's family outraged
    FREDERICK – Relatives of a Harford County woman brutally murdered in 1981 were outraged Thursday as they heard a Frederick County judge set a $500,000 bail and schedule a hearing to open a new trial for a man twice convicted of killing her and her...

    The jury ignored common sense in the Zimmerman verdict

    The jury ignored common sense in the Zimmerman verdict
    The jurors in George Zimmerman's trial for the murder of Trayvon Martin claim they followed the rule of law in their acquittal. Let's set aside for the moment the flagrant abuses allowed under Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law and focus instead on the...

    Huffington, convicted of murders in 1981, released from prison Monday

    Huffington, convicted of murders in 1981, released from prison Monday
    Shortly after 1 p.m. Monday, attorney Ryan Malone learned that his client John Norman Huffington became a free man after serving 32 years of two life sentences for a Harford County double murder. Malone, who is a member of the Ropes & Gray law firm of...