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Twitter was up to its usual tricks last night, churning out witty responses to an issue of national interest. Shellie Zimmerman, wife of infamous neighborhood sniper George Zimmerman, has officially filed for divorce, just days after going on national TV to announce that she has to think about staying married to him. Well, that didn’t…

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Bombastic and bodacious basketball analyst Charles Barkely proffered yet another bold statement: He agrees with the George Zimmerman verdict of not guilty. “I agreed with the verdict,” Barkley said Thursday on CNBC’s “Closing Bell with Maria Bartiromo”. “I feel sorry that young kid got killed. But they didn’t have enough evidence to charge him (George Zimmerman).”…

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Trayvon Martin’s friend and contentious witness in the George Zimmerman trial witness, Rachel Jeantel recently sat down with HuffPost Live’s Marc Lamont Hill gave a comprehensive breakdown of what she believes went down in the seconds leading up to the teen’s slaying. The key points of the trial took place when Don West grilled Jeantel…

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It has not been a good month for high-profile Olympian Lolo Jones. Jones, the statuesque track-and-field-star-turned-bobsledder who’s looking to win her first Olympic medal at the upcoming 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, reportedly knocked out a woman at a Lake Placid watering hole last Friday, reports the New York Daily News. Earlier this month, Jones…

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Lance Gross penned a very interesting open letter to George Zimmerman in the aftermath of the “not guilty” verdict the former neighborhood watch captain managed to get for admittedly killing unarmed teen Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla. Zimmerman’s exoneration touched off impassioned protests and marches coast to coast. Gross’ letter was but the latest in a…

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For the first time since George Zimmerman was acquitted of the murder of Trayvon Martin, Rachel Jeantel, the prosecution’s star witness, discussed the trial and verdict in an interview. During a chat with CNN’s Piers Morgan, Jeantel discussed her testimony, the relationship she had with Martin, her thoughts on Zimmerman, and being viewed as “unintelligent.”…

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Rachel Jeantel appearing on Piers Morgan The prosecution’s controversial star witness from the George Zimmeman trial will once again be on television screens, this time for a sit down with CNN’s Piers Morgan. Rachel Jeantel, who was on the phone with Trayvon Martin just moments before he was fatally shot by the neighborhood watchman, will…

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Twitter was set aflame with impassioned reactions to George Zimmerman being exonerated of second-degree murder and manslaughter charges in the admitted shooting death of teen Trayvon Martin inside a gated community in Sanford, Fla., in Feburary 2012. A torrent of emotions gushed out into cyberspace from all over the country, including sentiments spilling onto social…

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George Zimmrman was found “not guilty” by the six woman jury in the second-degree murder trial. The neighborhood watch volunteer was exonerated of both second-degree murder as well as manslaughter, as was predicted by legal experts. Zimmerman is now a free man and was told by the judge that he has no further business with…

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The jury in the George Zimmerman trial have probably ruled out second-degree murder as an option of conviction, according to CNN. The reason for this assessment is this: jurors in the murder trial of George Zimmerman have asked Judge Debra Nelson for clarification on the charge of manslaughter Saturday evening as they deliberate into the…

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