How many times in the history of our country have you known a murder victim to be found guilty of his/her own murder? In the hearts and minds of many, this is what happened on July 13, 2013, when the verdict of "not guilty" was read in the Sanford, Florida, courtroom where the case of State of Florida vs. George Zimmerman was tried. A collective gasp could be heard around the world as people reacted with shock and surprise. How could any rational person conclude that the killing of an unarmed 17-year-old teenager by a 28-year-old man armed with a Kel Tec 9mm handgun be anything less than homicide? Yet the jury concluded that the 17-year-old victim who was left devoid of life, lying face down in a pool of his own blood-his only possible weapons a bag of Skittles candy and an Arizona fruit drink-was essentially guilty of self-induced second degree murder.
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