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"The acquittal of George Zimmerman is a slap in the face to the American people but it is only the first round in the pursuit of justice. We intend to ask the Department of Justice to move forward as they did in the Rodney King case and we will closely monitor the civil case against Mr. Zimmerman. I will convene an emergency call with preachers tonight to discuss next steps and I intend to head to Florida in the next few days."

_ the Rev. Al Sharpton

"We lost a young man due to senseless violence, but justice did not prevail. Last year we pushed for the arrest of George Zimmerman and a thorough investigation and trial. Today, we are still called to act. No one should be allowed to use this law to commit a senseless crime again."

_ Adora Obi Nweze, president of the Florida NAACP State Conference
 
We lose a lot of young men to senseless violence.

At least this one went to trial....not a big Rev. Al guy.
 
Ben Jealous President and CEO of the NAACP is trying to get a civil rights trial started.

If that doesn't work, they'll probably going to push for a ticket on littering.

You think he would be putting a lot of effort in the unprecedent number of shootings in Chicago.
 
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