Martin didn't deserve to die

July 5, 2013 

I realize that maybe my facts were wrong in the George Zimmerman case about how the shooting of Trayvon Martin went down.

I didn't realize the two struggled, but considering that Trayvon didn't have a weapon and Zimmerman took it upon himself to go after the youth instead of waiting for someone to come help, Zimmerman was at fault.

Zimmerman could have gone about his business and left Martin alone instead of going after him. Why did the youth look suspicious? Because of how he was dressed? Because of how he was acting? I'd really like to know.

Did Zimmerman have it in for Trayvon because of those reasons? If so Trayvon in no way deserved to die.

Lori Felts

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