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George Zimmerman trial reaction

10:57 AM, Jul 14, 2013   |    comments
  • Hanna Brianna, 5, holds a sign in front of her home in the Goldsboro Historical neighborhood in Sanford, Fla. Mike Brown, AP
  • Tanetta Foster breaks into tears outside the courthouse after George Zimmerman was found not guilty. Scott Olson, Getty Images
  • Melinda O'Neal hugs Shedrick Burfect after the not guilty verdict was handed down for George Zimmerman. Scott Olson, Getty Images
  • George Zimmerman looks down as a verdict of not guilty is read in court. Also shown are defense team members Lorna Truett and Don West. Joe Burbank, Pool via Getty Images
  • SANFORD, FL - JULY 13: Trayvon Martin Martin family attorneys Daryl Parks, from left, Benjamin Crump and Jasmine Rand address the media after a jury found George Zimmerman not guilty of second-degree murder in the 2012 shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Gary W. Green, Pool via Getty Images
  • George Zimmerman leaves the courtroom a free man after being found not guilty late July 13. Joe Burbank, Pool via Getty Images
  • Judge Debra Nelson hands the verdict to the clerk of courts announcing George Zimmerman is not guilty. Joe Burbank, The Orlando Sentinel via AP
  • Florida State Attorney Angela Corey and assistant state attorneys Richard Mantei, from left, John Guy and Bernie de la Rionda address the media after a jury found George Zimmerman not guilty. Gary W. Green, Pool via Getty Images
  • Martin family attorneys Daryl Parks, from left, Natalie Jackson, Benjamin Crump and Jasmine Rand address the media after the verdict. Gary W. Green, Pool via Getty Images
  • George Zimmerman stands as the jury enters the courtroom in Sanford, Fla., late July 13. Joe Burbank, The Orlando Sentinel via AP
  • Judge Debra Nelson receives the verdict from a deputy. Joe Burbank, The Orlando Sentinel via AP
  • Syed Shamsuzzaman shouts in anger after hearing a verdict of not guilty in the trial of George Zimmerman in Sanford, Fla. late July 13. John Raoux, AP
  • A Seminole circuit clerk of the court reads the verdict announcing George Zimmerman not guilty. Joe Burbank, The Orlando Sentinel via AP
  • People watch a news ticker in New York's Times Square with the news that George Zimmerman was found not guilty. Carlo Allegri, Invision via AP
  • Tennetta Foster cries after hearing the not guilty verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman. John Raoux, AP
  • Darrsie Jackson reacts to the not guilty verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman. Her her children are Linzey Stafford, left, 10, and Shauntina Stafford, 11. John Raoux, AP
  • People gathered outside the Seminole County Courthouse react to the not guilty verdict of George Zimmerman. John Raoux, AP
  • News media gather in the historic Goldsboro neighborhood of Sanford, Fla. Mike Brown, AP
  • Deputies try to maintain calm after demonstrators become involved in a shouting match outside the courthouse on July 13. Joe Burbank, AP
  • James Evan Muhammad, left, of the New Black Panther Party, shouts slogans after the verdict of not guilty was handed down in the trial of George Zimmerman. John Raoux, AP
  • Demonstrators gather outside the Seminole County Courthouse after a verdict of not guilty was read in the trial of George Zimmerman. Mike Brown, AP
  • A mother sits with her children after hearing the not guilty verdict. Mike Brown, AP
  • Erika Rodgers looks up at the Seminole County Courthouse moments before the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial was given on July 13 in Sanford, Fla. Mike Brown, AP
  • George Zimmerman leaves the courtroom a free man after being found not guilty. Joe Burbank Pool via AP
  • Mattie Aikens expresses her displeasure with the not guilty verdict at the Seminole County Courthouse in Sanford, Fla. Craig Bailey, FLORIDA TODAY
  • Bridgette Welch of Tampa holds back tears after George Zimmerman was found not guilty. Craig Bailey, Florida Today
  • Syed Shamsuzzaman and Regina Dillard protest the not guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman case at the Seminole County Courthouse. Craig Bailey, FLORIDA TODAY
  • Attorneys Natalie Jackson, from center to right, Benjamin Crump and Daryl Parks listen as George Zimmerman is declared not guilty July 13 in Sanford, Fla. Zimmerman was acquitted of second-degree murder in the 2012 shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Gary W. Green, Pool via Getty Images
  • Kat Crowe, left, and Melinda O'Neal comfort each other in front of the Seminole County courthouse after learning George Zimmerman had been found not guilty late July 13 in the Murder of Trayvon Martin. Scott Olson, Getty Images
  • Protestors call for a nationwide boycott after the not guilty verdict. Craig Bailey, FLORIDA TODAY
  • Family and friends react to the not guilty verdict in the courtroom. Gary W. Green, Pool via Getty Images
  • Two women react to the not guilty verdict outside the Seminole County Courthouse in Sanford, Fla. Craig Bailey, Florida Today
  • Defense attorney Mark O'Mara address the media following the not guilty verdict for his client George Zimmerman. Pool photo by Gary W. Green
  • Attorney Benjamin Crump addresses the media following the not guilty verdict. Gary W. Green, Pool via AP
    
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George Zimmerman, the man accused of murdering Trayvon Martin, was found not guilty of second-degree murder and manslaughter Saturday night.

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