Sunday, April 1, 2012

Trayvon's brother speaks out as thousands lay siege to police station which freed Zimmerman

Trayvon Martin's older brother has spoken of his grief at the teenager's death, and admitted: 'I kind of still don't believe it.'

Jahvaris Fulton also said that the fact that George Zimmerman has not been charged for killing Trayvon 'sends the wrong message', and insisted that 'there should be an arrest' in the case.

His message came as protesters began marching in the Florida town where 17-year-old Trayvon was shot and killed by a neighborhood watch volunteer.

About a thousand people carrying signs and wearing T-shirts with the teen's image marched to the Sanford Police Department on Saturday morning. Read More