Tuesday, April 24, 2012

What About "Justice for Trayvon"?

Since the start of the coverage of the Trayvon Martin shooting, one phrase has been uttered, put on signs and clothing, and printed in the media: Justice for Trayvon. Now that George Zimmerman has been released on bail, we're getting a vastly different view of what the pro-Trayvon side sees as justice.






And it doesn't stop there. There are even death threats against the judge who set Zimmerman's bail.

Of course, Revs. Jackson and Sharpton, Travyon's parents, Travyon's parents' lawyers, the pro-Trayvon media, and the Left has been silent on the issue. I guess when you're too busy trying to convict a man before he's been tried in a court of law, being civil just doesn't enter the equation.

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