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Live And Local With Kevin Wall 07/16/13: George Zimmerman, Rachel Jeantel, And Trayvon Martin

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CBS LAS VEGAS- Rachel Jeantel, the young woman who was on the phone with Florida teen Trayvon Martin minutes before his shooting death, said in a Monday interview with CNN that she was “disappointed,” “sad” and “angry” that George Zimmerman was acquitted of second-degree murder charges. George Zimmerman, 29, was acquitted Saturday night by a panel of six women of second-degree murder and a lesser included offense of manslaughter in the death of Martin, 17. Zimmerman claims Martin attacked him and he shot in self-defense. Marc Saggese, Senior Attorney with Saggese & Associates, talks about this case and if the Department of Justice can peruse other charges against George Zimmerman.

George Zimmerman, 29, was acquitted Saturday night by a panel of six women of second-degree murder and a lesser included offense of manslaughter in the death of Martin, 17. Zimmerman claims Martin attacked him and he shot in self-defense. Brian Pauling, President of The 100 Black Men of Las Vegas, talks about the George Zimmerman trial and what justice means to him.

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