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Prosecute the killer of our son, 17-year-old Trayvon Martin

March 21, 2012

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On February 26, our son Trayvon Martin was shot and killed as he walked to a family member’s home from a convenience store where he had just bought some candy. He was only 17 years-old.

Trayvon’s killer, George Zimmerman, admitted to police that he shot Trayvon in the chest. Zimmerman, the community’s self appointed “neighborhood watch leader,” called the police to report a suspicious person when he saw Travyon, a young black man, walking from the store. But Zimmerman still hasn’t been charged for murdering our son.

Trayvon was our hero. At the age 9, Trayvon pulled his father from a burning kitchen, saving his life. He loved sports and horseback riding. At only 17 he had a bright future ahead of him with dreams of attending college and becoming an aviation mechanic. Now that’s all gone.

When Zimmerman reported Trayvon to the police, they told him not to confront him. But he did anyway. All we know about what happened next is that our 17 year-old son, who was completely unarmed, was shot and killed.

It’s been nearly two weeks and the Sanford Police have refused to arrest George Zimmerman. In their public statements, they even go so far as to stand up for the killer – saying he’s “a college grad” who took a class in criminal justice.

Please join us in calling on Norman Wolfinger, Florida’s 18th District State’s Attorney, to investigate my son’s murder and prosecute George Zimmerman for the shooting and killing of Trayvon Martin.


justice should be served,
not swerved!!!

Karen Lyons Kalmenson


11 Comments leave one →
  1. March 21, 2012 11:06 am

    Reblogged this on delia1979.

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  2. karenlyonskalmenson permalink
    March 21, 2012 11:57 am

    justice should be served,
    not swerved!!!

    Like

  3. March 21, 2012 8:03 pm

    I am so frustrated with this case. How on earth can it be considered legal to kill a kid because you SAID it was self-defense?

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  4. Cami permalink
    March 22, 2012 10:39 am

    Where can I send a card to the family?

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