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  • Bad feelings have festered in Sanford, shattered community's trust

    Bad feelings have festered in Sanford, shattered community's trust
    In the heart of Sanford's poorest and largest black enclave — a stone's throw from decaying homes, broken sidewalks and vacant lots — stands the city's new, state-of-the-art public-safety complex. For a while, some residents saw the modern,...
  • Trayvon Martin shooting: Statement from State Attorney Norm Wolfinger

    Trayvon Martin shooting: Statement from State Attorney Norm Wolfinger
    Statement from State Attorney Norm Wolfinger: I share in the desire of the family and the community to accurately collect and evaluate all the facts surrounding the tragic death of Trayvon Martin. That is why I directed the expeditious review of the...
  • Trayvon Martin: ‘Thank God for the media’

     
    "We were just telling the truth," said the other witness, Sela Mora Lamilla. She said the two witnesses didn't know Martin's family....
  • Scott talks to protesters in Trayvon Martin case

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott told civil rights leaders and community activists that the state's “stand your ground” law is worth a look as about 50 protesters chanted “Justice for Trayvon” in his lobby Tuesday. “I'm...
  • Florida report

     
    From the Orlando Sentinel at 2:25 p.m. CDT today: Some news agencies have reported that Sanford's lead investigator, Chris Serino, wanted Zimmerman charged with manslaughter that night, but the city issued a statement saying that is not true. Police did.....
  • Trayvon Martin: The Casey Anthony analysts are back

     
    Those were the analysts I saw Tuesday. I'm sure I'll see familiar faces on the other channels. WOFL-Channel 35 brought on a new analyst, attorney Aramis Donell Ayala, to explain that the state attorney or the grand jury could bring charges against...
  • Time to Look in the Mirror

     
    Travyon Martin is dead and all of the justice protest rallies are great, but the violence with Black on Black crime in our communities must begin to subside. If millions of Blacks in every major city can hold rallies to promote peace and justice, there is...
  • Due process for one, for all

     
    Trayvon Martin—his name alone drips of corruption, pain, and racial history. I was among the 8,000 protesters that descended on Fort Melon Park in Sanford last Thursday, to protest how the Sanford Police Department robbed Trayvon Martin of justice....
  • On Trayvon Martin -- Updated

     
    The latest on the Trayvon Martin story is an Orlando Sentinel account of the version of events as told by George Zimmerman the man on neighborhood-watch patrol who shot and killed the unarmed teen one month ago today in a......
  • Future Democratic leader joins call for hearings on ’stand your ground’

     
    TALLAHASSEE — House Democratic Leader designate Perry Thurston, D-Plantation called on House Speaker Dean Cannon to hold legislative hearings on the “stand your ground” law that has been spotlighted in the Trayvon Martin case. Here's a...
  • George Zimmerman: His attorney is ‘ultimate professional’

     
    This weekend's “Central Florida Spotlight” offered unusual perspectives on the George Zimmerman case. The opinion show allows WFTV-Channel 9 staffers to open up at length in ways they can't do on a newscast, and they certainly did this...
  • Trayvon Martin: Protesters march to L.A. City Hall

     
    Marchers were moving through the streets of downtown Los Angeles on Monday evening to protest the shooting of black Florida teenager Trayvon Martin. The Los Angeles Police Department warned that some streets between Pershing Square and downtown L.A. could...