Noone actually saw what happened except for the two people involved, but a nonprofit group has created a PSA reenacting the rainy night Trayvon Martin was killed.
The 90-second PSA produced by the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence depicts the final moments of Martin's life complete with the emergency calls made to police, meant to fight against the "Stand Your Ground" law.
Twenty-six states including have the law on the books.
"What we tried to do is imagine what it would be like to be in the midst of these things when it's happening," Ladd Everitt, Coalition to Stop Gun Violence. said about the video.
Absent from the video is a depiction of the confrontation between Zimmerman and Martin.
The members of the state ethics commission, eager to bring order to one of the most disordered corners of state government, hired a “receiver” last week to heal their agency and then did they only thing they could.
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