American Activists Protest George Zimmerman’s Not Guilty Verdict After Killing Trayvon Martin (Photos)

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July 15, 2013 – American Activists Protest George Zimmerman’s Not Guilty Verdict After Killing Trayvon Martin (Pictures)

On the 26th of February 2012, 17-year-old black American boy, Trayvon Martin was shot dead by a Latin-American man, George Zimmerman who works as a neighborhood watch volunteer.

After months of criminal case, Zimmerman was given a not guilty verdict yesterday. He was acquitted of the manslaughter charges brought against him for the unjust killing of the innocent teenager.

Today, hundreds of New Yorkers gathered at the Union Square to protest the verdict that acquitted George Zimmerman in the unjust killing of Trayvon Martin.

We learnt several protests are currently ongoing in different parts of the United States.

Here are some photos from the protest

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4 thoughts on “American Activists Protest George Zimmerman’s Not Guilty Verdict After Killing Trayvon Martin (Photos)

  1. After hearing the verdick of that case I shade tear on blacks are suffering despite the president been black I’m still in shock of the verdick its really painful it hurt so much

  2. Wel oyibo e d way una d tink dey difrent frm our own o haba pesin kil in felow human being una say he no comit crime? nawa o black we don suffer

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