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If you had any doubt about the prejudicial attitude of the media toward George Zimmerman, you only needed to read or listen to the vitriol directed toward him and the Florida jury that acquitted him of killing 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
When Carolyn McKinstry hears that young survivors of a mass shooting like last month's in Connecticut are receiving counseling, she can speak to its value through her own experience _ or lack of it.