After reading Frankie Seaberry's account of the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman confrontation, one can only wonder why she didn't step forward as a star witness.
Seaberry interjects a minute-by-minute timetable of her version of the accounts. Obviously Seaberry is upset that a Hispanic man was found not guilty of killing Martin by self-defense of the legal Stand Your Ground Law in Florida. Have Seaberry and others stopped to think that just perhaps Zimmerman's accounts were true?
I find it simply amazing that when a black man is killed by a white man it's an injustice, but when a black man kills a black man, it doesn't even hardly make the news (15.5 per 100,000).
I have a novel idea. Perhaps Seaberry and the black community can now turn their focus on the real problems that plague the black community such as the small sub-culture that glorifies violence and lives and dies by the gun. This is largely due to the following: Sky-rocketing unemployment, extremely high rates of out-of-wedlock births (72.1 percent), widespread welfare dependency and undereducated youths.
When will the black community get serious about their demons?