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Florida / Martin Murder Case / Zimmerman Trial / Mother's Speech / Juror Interview (Part I) #1048718

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 26, 2013
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) A speech by Sybrina Fulton, mother of the late Trayvon Martin, who was killed in Florida by George Zimmerman, who was found not guilty of murder, presented. [In Philadelphia, FULTON - says she speaks as a parent who received the worst telephone call about her son; blames the law that prevented him from being held accountable; states we cannot let this happen to anyone else's child.]

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) The ABC News interview held with Juror B29 about the trial. [With Robin Roberts, JUROR - says she never determined whose voice was on the 911 call; explains the manslaughter law and how she feels she killed him {Trayvon}.]

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion held with CNN Jeffrey Toobin and Sunny Hostin, criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos, jury consultant Carolyn Robbins Manley† and Martin family attorney Benjamin Crump about the juror interview. [HOSTIN, ROBBINS MANLEY, GERAGOS, TOOBIN - offer views on the juror, her view of the law, the instructions, the role of the prosecution in jury instructions, the evidence.] [CRUMP - wants the Stand Your Ground laws changed.] Other material: [JUROR - says she left people down.]

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