Wednesday, April 11, 2012

George Zimmerman in Custody, Faces Charges

NBC News: George Zimmerman in Custody, Faces Charges

NBC News reports George Zimmerman is now in custody. Florida State Attorney Angela Corey is expected to announce criminal charges against him for his role in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. WATCH the press conference live here, scheduled for 6 p.m.

Complete details from NBC New York:

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George Zimmerman to Be Charged With Second-Degree Murder

George Zimmerman is being charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, Florida State Attorney Angela Corey has announced. 

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11 Apr 2012
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Breaking: Zimmerman charged with second-degree murder 11 Apr 2012 George Zimmerman has been charged with second-degree murder in connection with the February 26 shooting of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin, a Florida state attorney announced Wednesday. State attorney Angela Corey said that Zimmerman has surrendered to authorities and has been arrested. Police say Zimmerman fatally shot Martin, a 17-year-old African-American, on February 26 in Sanford, Florida, after Martin began walking home from a convenience store.

Breaking: George Zimmerman charged with 2nd degree murder and is in custody 11 Apr 2012 (Jacksonville, FL) Angela Corey, Special Prosecutor in Trayvon Martin murder case: George Zimmerman has been charged with 2nd degree murder. Zimmerman is in custody, in a secret location. [This story will be updated.]

Breaking: UC Davis pepper spray report critical of police action 11 Apr 2012 A newly released report on the November 18, 2011 pepper spray incident at UC Davis says the incident "should and could have been prevented." UC Davis police pepper sprayed a line of students sitting on the ground during an Occupy protest on the campus. Video of the incident went viral and both the police and the administration were heavily criticized in the days that followed.

Zimmerman to be charged in Trayvon Martin case 11 Apr 2012 CBS News has confirmed that neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman will be charged in the February shooting death of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla. State Attorney Angela Corey is scheduled to hold a news conference at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the state attorney's office in Jacksonville, Florida related to the Martin investigation. According to a senior law enforcement official, Corey is expected to announce that Zimmerman will face state charges.

Trayvon Martin: Attorneys say Zimmerman contacted prosecutor, Sean Hannity 10 Apr 2012 Like two worried parents with a wayward child, George Zimmerman's lawyers stood puzzled in front of the Seminole County Courthouse on Tuesday and admitted they'd lost control. Zimmerman has not talked to or communicated with them since Sunday, said Craig Sonner, one of his lawyers. Worse, Zimmerman has done two dangerous things, his lawyers said: He telephoned a special prosecutor who's trying to put together a criminal case against him, and he called Sean Hannity of Fox News. Both were bad ideas, said Sonner and co-counsel Hal Uhrig.

Mich. teacher: I was fired over Trayvon fundraiser 10 Apr 2012 A teacher fired from a Michigan middle school after encouraging students to raise money for the family of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin said Tuesday she is confused by the dismissal and wants the school's administration to explain. Brooke Harris was dismissed in March from Pontiac Academy for Excellence after she supported students' efforts to plan a wear-a-hoodie-to-school day. Martin was wearing a hoodie on Feb. 26 when he was shot to death by a neighborhood watch volunteer.

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