that terrible weapon called melanin had turned Trayvon Martin into the subject of a pursuit. In the twisted logic of Florida law, his killer had been standing his ground by pursuing and shooting Trayvon.
Martyrdom in Three Movements
Dennis Ojogho
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Martin did not get shot because of melanin. He got shot because he decided to get into a fight with a night watchman who was ignorant enough to carry concealed on watch. Once Zimmerman started to lose consciousness, he had to choose between shooting him or being knocked out and at the mercy of someone who is merciless enough to fight one-on-one without any egging on by a crowd.

Oh yeah, and the3 “Stand your ground” defense wasn’t even used or needed.

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