Rallies Against Zimmerman Verdict Held Across U.S.

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Rallies Against Zimmerman Verdict Held Across U.S.

Rallies were held in cities nationwide yesterday and today, as thousands chanted, marched, and wore hooded sweatshirts in protest of the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of unarmed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. What do you think?

  • “I’m sure this would have blown over by now if they just let George Zimmerman show up at one of the rallies to tell his side.”

    Teresa Aiello
    Towel Sewer
  • “They need to spread their message far and wide. I suggest talking to Mike Bean and the Bean Crew weekday mornings on KWRX.”

    Leonard Walsh
    Tool And Die Maker
  • “Jeez, people are still mad about that stuff?”

    Claude Greenman
    Systems Analyst
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