Protests Erupt From Coast to Coast After George Zimmerman Goes Free

Daily Mail
July 14, 2013


Protests are spreading across the country today following the sensational not-guilty verdict for George Zimmerman after he shot dead teenager Trayvon Martin.

Demonstrations, from Florida where the trial took place to Atlanta, DC and New York, have remained largely peaceful–although pockets of violence had erupted in Oakland, California.

Emotional crowds carried signs calling for justice as police assembled close by to monitor activity – a New York march culminated with a group of thousands gathering in Times Square before continuing towards Harlem as Sunday night wore on and Los Angeles protestors blocked a city freeway as they took their anger with Saturday’s verdict to the streets.

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