Trayvon Martin's brother remembers a kid who loved to make jokes and wanted to go to college. CNN's Sunny Hostin reports.
Trayvon Martin's death was truly a shame. I just hope justice is done. God rest Trayvons soul and help his family through this hard time.
there are those who want to make much to do about many aspects of this young mans death. this is about wether or not murder has been commited. this law that is being waved all over the screen is dangerous and is what ultimalely is at the core of this tradgedy. the impact of the final verdict upon all our lives will be evident. will the only place arguments are allowed to safely take place to be in th halls of congress. if so, our law makers better be paying very close attention to this case. i for one do not want to see a return to a life reminicent of the old west.
I pray for Justice for Trayvon Martin. Hearing his screams for help on the 911 calls breaks my heart. He just turned 17 when he was murdered, you can tell he had a loving Mother and Father, my prayers go out for them as well. God sees all!!
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