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Does the Trayvon Martin case prove major Racial Problems?

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The Trayvon Martin case is getting ready to go to trial, and it has already invoked lots of emotions from a variety of perspectives. Questions are being asked all over the United States about the racial element of this case and also the importance of "Stand Your Ground" statutes throughout the country. Marshall, the Host of MarshallTalk said, "I believe the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin case brings out the worst of many Americans. It's not horrible because we need to deal with these issues and hopefully make some corrections to the Justice System and if possible get rid of the so-called "Stand Your Ground" laws/statutes. As shameful as it may seem, in my opinion this case is really just about racism, which is the main purpose for the "Stand Your Ground" laws in the first place." Marshall also believes at some point the Good People of all ethnicities will stand up and fight for what is right, instead of ridiculous emotional, political, and historical biases. What do you think? Join in on the conversation, whether you agree or disagree with Marshall.

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