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STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) – Two weeks after George Zimmerman was ruled not guilty of the murder of Trayvon Martin, some are still demanding justice for the Florida teen.
Starkville residents gathered at old Highway 182 this morning for a peaceful march. The group walked up Washington Street and through downtown and ended at the Starkville court house. Protestors were equipped with signs demanding justice for Trayvon and his family. The unarmed teen was shot and killed by Zimmerman in February 2012 while walking home from a convenience store.

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  • Ed

    Miss Paxton, you sound like the CNN reporters, you make it sound like Trayvon done nothing. Can you tell me why they needed a Watch Program in this community, can you tell me why he was walking through an area with a hood on his head, can you tell me why he went back to confornt Zimmerman…..Zimmerman’s story didn’t change over the trial, but we heard many versions from the family/friends of Trayvon.
    The jury heard this trial, and said Zimmerman was NOT GUILTY……what part of this do you not understand, but you and others keep giving this air time…..it’s over, 60% of the people polled nationally said no civil action.

    My last question…..why do the TV people continue to insist on showing the 12 year old picture of Trayvon…….show a current picture so the people can see the real person there….or is it they would see a thug…….

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