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We're gonna go now live to Miami -- -- Sanchez from Fox -- Latino contributor with us there.
It's gonna join us to talk about the upcoming Zimmerman trial the influence of the culture of fear among -- you know towards the police and how that's playing a role.
And what's happening in this trial kept us up.
Well you know I was just.
The fact is trying to figure out how.
-- and race.
Something to do that aren't thinking back -- -- I don't experience and I remember I was writing now.
He's -- here WS yeah.
She's here in Miami and I had worked on.
Are tired show on -- Looking like you know.
Action and a driveway and any yellow Camaro.
Through ninth street in parts of Liberty City here in the -- and and I remember not long after it was right on site and yellow and blue in the red light in my rearview mirror and and you.
There are getting cold tolerance and after that I started getting out of the car -- At -- I'll send.
And inches from are being really stood.
Scratch and -- And -- experience a couple of -- It's going to class and racial or ethnic and we grow.
I started the something that nobody -- And it's true Omar.
When he -- somebody in a row and I felt like -- couldn't -- To follow.
-- -- Instead -- police.
Call girl for.
Think about that he called his girlfriend.
-- -- was following him.
-- -- -- -- -- -- And I started thinking so well.
Is it -- -- did not call police when people and we probably over.
When people really threatened to -- lose.
So I started looking numbers.
And most recent -- -- pretty upset.
8% of whites say.
Well at times police scrutiny.
Of Americans or taxes though that way.
Of -- say they're uncomfortable.
Calling the police.
-- -- -- and could there right at the repercussions.
So what -- is -- restaurant really ask us questions -- questions well.
We are -- today.
And police relations.
This Zimmermann case as much as any.
For the most part and something should there may have been overlooked Paris.
You know it's interesting -- -- talking.
You're probably gonna present but at the screen when -- -- has let.
Experts like race didn't have anything to do that but we don't we don't know what was going on with this teenager must teenagers don't dial 911 if they think -- -- They haven't been stopped for two and a half years it took me awhile to dial 911 didn't have anything to do with race I just thought you know I can handle it.
I'm you know I'm leaving a news station 11 o'clock at night I'm not a parking lot and I do -- -- -- when I'm not working sometimes you know I.
-- I don't know I mean you're asking some interesting questions.
But strap it race for us and you just say this -- the teenage kid.
Who hit it up -- girlfriend on tax and cell -- probably on a regular basis just.
And it isn't it may have made him feel bad as strong as they can't think command followed and I -- -- -- -- -- really know maybe you've been doing so that you should have been there.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- I don't see.
Immediately one way or another that -- -- has to be in this case I think.
All time because what we're talking about that moment when it.
-- -- It was did so and all the experts argue your screen I don't know screen came from -- you -- Situationally.
-- sure eventually.
-- could hear all.
The motivation it didn't cost.
Back here in Miami we would find something fun to do you.
-- -- -- You know that's that's and that's the really sad part of that current 262012.
George Zimmerman shot and -- straight on Martin.
The issue of the trial is to figure out why was it self defense was it because he felt like he was in trouble with that something else.
And this trial kicks off.
-- Sanchez for Fox News Latino dot com will be all over it he's got handling questions you're very active on Twitter by the way -- -- And irony here on foxnews.com covering it next week as well as our whole team on Fox News that we.
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