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Topic - Turner Clayton Jr.
Members of the NAACP rallying around the Trayvon Martin family at George Zimmerman's trial for second-degree murder, which continued Tuesday, said they wouldn't stay within the marked protest area set up by law enforcement.
"The so-called 'demonstration area' that has been designated — you will not see us protesting in that particular area 'cause no one tells us where to go, how long to stay, what to do and what to say," said Seminole County NAACP President Turner Clayton Jr. in a local 13 News report.