FL State Attorney’s Office Announces Trayvon Martin Case to Go to Grand Jury

A grand jury will convene to investigate the case of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed teen who was murdered by George Zimmerman, state attorney Norm Wolfinger announced Tuesday.

“I share in the desire of the family and the community to accurately collect and evaluate all the facts surrounding the tragic death of Trayvon Martin,” Wolfinger said in a news release. “The public is entitled to no less than a thorough, deliberate, and just review of the facts. We intend to honor that commitment.”

The Seminole County Grand Jury will be called to session on Tuesday, April 10, Wolfinger said.

In addition, the Justice Department has opened an investigation into the case as well.

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One Response to FL State Attorney’s Office Announces Trayvon Martin Case to Go to Grand Jury

  1. Robert Jacobs March 25, 2012 at 3:44 pm

    Zimmerman claims he was attacked and was defending himself. Which person in this case was defending himself, a kid armed with a bag of candy or some hulking jerk armed with a pistol? It doesn’t take any functioning neurons to figure out that Trayvon was the one defending himself desperately against a stalker set on killing him.

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