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renderella asked:

27 Mar 2012

Trayvon Martin Case? What do you some of you think about it?

Do you think it was an act of racism?

Did you even know about it?

Do you think he was just in the wrong place at the wrong time?

Let me know your ideas on this and which ever I think makes the most sense and gives a logical conclusion to what could have taken place will get "Best Answer".

I believe things like this should be talked about.



vampkisses says:

Posted on 28 Mar 2012

Well I've heard of the case and seen it on the news but everytime I hear about it they're just talking about the killer, so honestly, I have no idea what happened... I would live to know though if you would please explain?


itsjustjenna says:

Posted on 31 Mar 2012

I think the watch man was overreacting a lot. I don't think he was in the wrong place at the wrong time because that couldve happened anytime. I think it was a horrible thing to do and that the man should definitely be in jail.
On the other hand, maybe the watchman was trying to make sure that everything was *perfect* and that he wanted to do the job as best he could. I don't believe that race is any reason to think that someone is more suspicious than anyone else. '
I honestly don't know. I have only barely heard about this case so maybe there is more to the story that I dont know.


renderella says:

Posted on 29 Mar 2012

Hey was a young black boy who was seen by a neighborhood watch man (not registered in the national registry) and thought to be suspicious. It is said that the boy was walking from a corner store with skittles and a can of nestea when the neighborhood watch guy started following him and asking him what he was doing. The guy called 911 and the operator even told him that he didn't need to follow the kid, but all in all the man ended up shooting and killing the young boy and he is not in jail.

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