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Special Section: George Zimmerman

George Zimmerman shot and killed Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black teen, during a confrontation in Sanford, Fla., in March 2012. Zimmerman was later arrested but was found not guilty of 2nd degree murder in a July 2013 trial.

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Courtroom reaction after Zimmerman not-guilty verdict

George Zimmerman is found not guilty for the murder or manslaughter of Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla.

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Teenager Reached Out for Help Days Before He Was Murdered

Just days before he was killed, 16-year-old Torrence Gamble, Jr set out to join a city-run program pairing at-risk youth with adult volunteers.

Marissa Alexander 'Stands Her Ground'

Florida woman Marissa Alexander, who faces 60 years in prison for firing a 'warning' shot at her allegedly abusive estranged husband, is seeking immunity under the controversial 'stand your ground' la

Janet Mock Defends Marissa Alexander's Right To Stand Her Ground

Janet Mock joins HuffPost Live to discuss the Marissa Alexander case.

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