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Out for my summation.
I've spent three decades in criminal justice looking for truth assigning blame.
The accused didn't do it.
Wasn't there always justified.
The victim harmed in ways we can't comprehend.
Some unable to speak silenced forever.
There's been a lot of talk of rates in the trade on Martin case but to me the universal language of victimization.
Transcends all barriers.
George Zimmermann says he was beaten bloodied body was going to die stood his ground and killed three -- What do we now.
Back trade on his seventeen in a place he has a right to Betty.
Backed George Zimmermann the self anointed neighborhood watch captain who previously called 911 about fifty times.
-- at night saying the team looked suspicious.
-- neighborhood watch volunteers -- not to carry weapons Zimmerman carrying a nine millimeter is told to stand down.
Backed words are exchanged their price for help and then a single gunshot seventeen year old -- -- is dead.
Now we don't know -- -- help what if any injuries straight on had that would tell us if he was the aggressor we don't know the trajectory of the bullet.
We don't have George government's medical records Sanofi at a broken nose a -- let our head injury.
And finally we don't know who had the right to stand its ground with her fight for the honor with this cold blooded murder.
I don't like when politics gets in the way of the fact that when people come to criminal investigations.
With political agendas they say justice is blind but I hope she concede to the bandages.
Thanks for being with.
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