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Florida / Martin Murder Case / Zimmerman Murder Trial / The Verdict #1047943

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 14, 2013
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(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Sanford, Florida: Kerry Sanders) The reaction to the not guilty verdict by the jury in the trial of George Zimmerman for the murder of Trayvon Martin featured; scenes shown of protests outside the courtroom and in Washington, DC, Oakland and other cities. [Two WOMEN, Trayvon's cousin Milton FELTON†, "Washington Post" Eugene ROBINSON†- offer views.] A statement from President Obama about the tragic death quoted. The plans for a civil right rally in Sanford noted.

(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Sanford: Ron Mott) The Zimmerman trial and the debate over the issues raised by the case reviewed; scenes shown of the jury verdict being announced in the courtroom. [Zimmerman attorney Mark O'MARA†- reacts to the verdict.] [Florida state prosecutor Angela COREY†- says Trayvon was profiled to be a criminal.] [NBC legal analyst Kendall COFFEY†- says reasonable doubt was never disproved.] [Martin family attorney Benjamin CRUMP - talks about the Martin family.]

Holt, Lester;
Sanders, Kerry;
Mott, Ron

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