Trayvon Martin was shot and killed by George Zimmerman
A terrible decision has been rendered in the Trayvon Martin case, regarding murderer George Zimmerman, who killed the unarmed 17-year-old in Sanford, Florida. Zimmerman has been acquitted on all charges, leaving many outraged at the grave injustice of it all. In the June 27, 2013, the Judiciary Report expressed its belief justice would not be served in this case and it has not been Trayvon Martin Death Photos Released (Photos).
Trayvon's body at the crime scene
It was a bad day in history where a precedent was set regarding stalking, confronting and murdering people one deems suspicious. The Stand Your Ground law was misapplied to Zimmerman in this case, where under Florida Statutes one can use reasonable force to protect one's self from danger. Stand Your Ground correctly applied in its true state would have protected Martin, not his aggressor, Zimmerman.
A photo of Trayvon Martin wearing a hoodie, an article of clothing that inexplicably offended killer George Zimmerman
The law makes no allowances for defying police and emergency services' orders in stalking an individual, confronting and killing them as Zimmerman did to Martin. It was and is completely illegal. The justice system has failed in this matter to protect and uphold the rights of the people and in Martin's case, those most vulnerable in society, minors.
Trayvon Martin and his dad Tracy
However, as I and others have seen over the years, where the courts fail, God never does and He will be the arbiter of justice (regarding Zimmerman's murderous deeds). Zimmerman took the life of an unarmed boy, who did him no wrong, due to his questionable perceptions of black people.
God made Trayvon and He made Zimmerman and will not be unjust or partial regarding the latter's criminal misdeeds. Things will not be well with Zimmerman in this life for the life he has taken without cause. Zimmerman has brought all this pain and suffering to innocent people and caused serious racial division and strife.
The Judiciary Report sends its sympathies to the Martin family. What has happened in this case is disgraceful. The lack of justice is adding insult to injury. It was a bad day in history people will never forget. The eyes of the world are watching and what people are seeing is a great injustice and terrible confirmation of the fact there is something wrong with the justice system, as the Judiciary Report has consistently stated since its inception.