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Florida / Martin Murder Case / Zimmerman Murder Trial / O'Mara, Parks Interview #1047614

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 12, 2013
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(Sanford: Martin Savidge) The CNN interview held with defense attorney Mark O'Mara. [O'MARA - says pressure from Martin family attorneys led to the charges against George Zimmerman in the death of Trayvon Martin.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Recent interview held with Martin family attorney Daryl Parks about the case. [PARKS - says we are civil rights lawyers so we argued for the legal process to work; denies he and Ben Crump called Zimmerman a racist, but there is a racial undertone to the case; comments on the possibility of a civil lawsuit against Zimmerman; praises the state's closing today.]

Savidge, Martin;
Cooper, Anderson

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