... was justice served?
- This has more to do with Florida's laws and lack of common sense within it when it comes to defining when someone is using the stand your ground law to commit murder! Evidence was also ignored by this jury and to be.honest they failed Trayvon! Day's like this it's easy to get angry but I say days like this we must leave it with God..
- If that is what the jury found, then I am satisfied. It is the American system, and justice has been served, no matter what one may think. But this case did reveal that Americans are still divided on the artificial grounds of race. Biologically, we are all of just one race. I am hoping that this case and its aftermath will unite us for justice, rather than divide us by an artificial construct.
- Looks like the jury paid attention to both the evidence and the law. That said, it was a tragedy for Trayvon and his family as well as for George, who will have to ask himself for the rest of his life if this is what he wanted. Florida may wish to take a look at the stand your ground law and perhaps make some adjustments aimed at limiting such confrontations.