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Florida / Trayvon Martin / Brad Brown / George Zimmerman #1147439

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 24, 2015
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There will be no federal civil rights prosecution of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Zimmerman you'll recall was acquitted of murder charges in Florida. Today the Department of Justice said it's dropping its case. And Michelle Miller has more. The news was delivered to Trayvon Martin's parents by prosecutors from the Department of Justice. The family's attorney Benjamin Crump was in the room. How did the family take the news. They were heartbroken. Even though they said...
Reporter(s):
Michelle Miller
Duration:
00:02:06

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