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Facts in Two Cases Cited by 'Stand Your Ground' Opponents Don't Hold Up

In Jacksonville, Florida this past Saturday, hundreds marched in the streets shouting, "No justice, no peace!"as part of Al Sharpton's call for 100 cities to demonstrate for Trayvon Martin. Speakers in downtown's Hemming Plaza also railed against Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law, and brought up two other Jacksonville cases that are frequently cited by opponents of that law: the cases of Marissa Alexander and Jordan Davis. Jul 23, 2013 11:24 PM PT

MoveOn, Sharpton Join Forces on Trayvon Activism

For the second time since the jury cast its verdict in the George Zimmerman case, MoveOn.org has sent out a fundraising letter riding on the coattails of the tragic death of Trayvon Martin. Jul 19, 2013 5:48 PM PT

FL Gov. Scott Meets with Pro-Trayvon Protesters, Rejects Demands

A spokesman from Dream Defenders, the activist group that has been occupying Florida Governor Rick Scott's office, said that the governor met in the state Capitol with leaders from the group at 9:00 p.m. Thursday night. The nearly hour-long meeting ended in a stalemate, and the sit-in protests will continue. Jul 18, 2013 9:48 PM PT

Trayvon Movement Occupation of Florida Capitol: Day Three

Florida Governor Rick Scott was still nowhere to be seen Thursday as protesters angered by George Zimmerman's acquittal in the self-defense shooting of Trayvon Martin occupied his office in Tallahassee for the third day in a row. Jul 18, 2013 7:10 PM PT

Trayvon Attorney Crump Denies Connection To Astroturf 'Dream Defenders'

Trayvon Martin's family's attorneys, Benjamin Crump and Daryl Parks appear to have connections to an Astroturf activist group that led protests, marches and other civil disobedience that forced the removal of Sanford, Florida's police chief, the arrest of George Zimmerman and even led chants calling for nationwide protests after the "not guilty" verdict was announced in criminal case. Jul 15, 2013 4:41 AM PT

Not Guilty: Zimmerman Trial Reaction on the Ground

In the three hours before the verdict was read, the Justice For Trayvon crowd became louder and more agitated. Chants included standbys like "Whose streets? Our streets!" and "The people united will never be defeated!" as well as slogans specific to the case, including 'Murder not Manslaughter!" and "He didn't go to Target, Trayvon was the target!" Jul 13, 2013 7:53 PM PT

As Zimmerman Jurors Deliberate, Angry Protests Outside Courthouse

While jurors deliberated inside the Seminole County Courtroom in Sanford, Florida, a small but vocal group of protesters made speeches, chanted and handed out fliers in the designated "free speech zone" as the media swarmed around them. All the protestors called for "Justice for Trayvon"--but they were also discussing a variety of other radical causes, including reparations for slavery. Jul 12, 2013 2:47 PM PT

New Black Panther: Never Contacted by Obama DOJ over Zimmerman Threats

The Obama Department of Justice made no attempt to stop blatant threats against George Zimmerman, according to one of the people who helped make those threats. Despite issuing a widely publicized threat against Zimmerman last year, the New Black Panther Party was never contacted by the Department of Justice according to a statement from a NBPP spokesman. Jul 11, 2013 1:59 PM PT

Trayvongate: Newest Obama Scandal Is 17 Months Old

Welcome to Trayvongate, where the President of the United States used both the bully pulpit, the Department of Justice and sly media manipulation to gin up charges of racism in the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin shooting. Now that the trial is almost finished and the only act of racism mentioned so far came from the victim--Martin called Zimmerman 'a creepy ass cracker' according to testimony--the cynical and repeated use of the race card by the White house is even more abhorrent. Jul 10, 2013 5:00 PM PT

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