Turning Points: The Trayvon Martin Case

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  • Martin Family Attorney Ben Crump
  • Bill Lee, Sanford Police Department
  • Trayvon Martin
  • Trayvon Martin
  • George Martin
  • George Zimmerman
  • Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman
  • Mark O' Mara
  • George Zimmerman
  • Trayvon Martin
  • George Zimmerman
  • Shellie Zimmerman, George Zimmerman
  • George Zimmerman
  • George Zimmerman
  • George Zimmerman
  • Debra Nelson
  • Trayvon Martin
  • Mark O'Mara
  • George Zimmerman
  • Trayvon Martin
  • George Zimmerman
  • Sybrina Fulton, Tracy Martin
  • George Zimmerman Sues NBC
  • George Zimmerman
  • Sanford Police Department
  • George Zimmerman
  • Trayvon Martin
  • Shellie Zimmerman
  • Debra Nelson, Benjamin Crump
  • George Zimmerman
  • Trayvon Martin
  • Trayvon Martin
  • Trayvon Martin
  • Trayvon Martin
  • Trayvon Martin
  • Trayvon Martin
  • Trayvon Martin
  • Trayvon Martin
  • Trayvon Martin
  • George Zimmerman
  • Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman
  • Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman
  • George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin
  • Trayvon Martin

“I Am Trayvon Martin”

Trayvon's parents, Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton, are joined by thousands of demonstrators for the "Million Hoodie March for Trayvon" in New York City to protest Trayvon’s killer still being free. Rev. Al Sharpton also leads a rally in Sanford demanding Zimmerman's arrest. Smaller demonstrations spring up in other cities around the country. (Photo: Roberto Gonzalez/Getty Images)

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