The Zimmerman verdict 

The not-guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman trial wasn't a surprise, at least not to me. I hadn't expected anything else. Proving beyond reasonable doubt that Zimmerman didn't act in self-defense seemed a steep climb. Was Trayvon Martin beating Zimmerman, beating him…

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