"That child had every right to be where he was. That child had every right to do what he was doing, walking home. That child had every right to be afraid of a strange man following him, first in his car and then on foot. And did that child not have the right to defend himself from that strange man?"

— Prosecution attorney John Guy, in his closing argument during the Trayvon Martin trial—a trial which ended with George Zimmerman being found not guilty. (via shortformblog)

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