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Topic - Roxanne Jones
Despite a prosecution case in tatters against George Zimmerman, the Florida neighborhood watch volunteer accused of killing Trayvon Martin, a black 17-year-old, the media have not been shy about playing the race card throughout the trial.
"We have all been duped in the Trayvon Martin case," Ms. Jones wrote this week. "We should not have to wear a Trayvon T-shirt to remind America that when an unarmed child is confronted and gunned down in the street by a grown man who's trained to kill, that's murder. End of story."