Shellie Zimmerman says her husband felt invincible and was selfish and verbally abusive after he was found not guilty in the death of Trayvon Martin.
The episode features Cybill Shepherd and actors from The Wire and Arrested Development and will reportedly be called “American Tragedy.”
Many see it as powerful and effective, while others think it goes too far.
“Little black boy wonders, vanish every day. But there seems not enough copper in our field to vanish that away.”
The police report lists him as a white male.
The crash happened on Wednesday, just days after Zimmerman was found not guilty of murdering Trayvon Martin.
“I just thought I need to say something that is a little more uplifting rather than one more comment about the trial.”
“Trayvon was a fun-loving child — he was our child — we miss him dearly.”
Four days after George Zimmerman’s acquittal, downtown Orlando — about 30 miles south of where Martin died — puts on a protest. “People were just numb and in shock and they didn’t know how to move forward,” a member of the Martin family’s legal team said.
In a new statement, the women “wish to point out that the opinions of Juror B-37” are not their own.
“Now, do we look suspicious?”
A nice gesture for Rachel Jeantel, who testified in the George Zimmerman trial.
Intense and immediate backlash apparently changed the mind of Juror B37 — and her agent. “I have realized that the best direction for me to go is away from writing any sort of book and return instead to my life as it was before …”
It begins. Juror B37 and her attorney husband have signed with a literary agent.
Rallies in Times Square, highway marches in Los Angeles, flag burning in Oakland. Yet normalcy and calm abound in the Florida city where Trayvon Martin was killed.
Meet Nikkolas Smith, the man who created this powerful image.
David Simon writes, “In the state of Florida, the season on African-Americans now runs year round. Come one, come all. And bring a handgun.”
Wildly unpopular. Suddenly vindicated. Two women tell their stories.
“There had to be something, somewhere. An outlet for people to vent.”
Lalo Alcaraz posted the cartoon after the George Zimmerman not guilty verdict was announced.
“You can go a long way in this country killing black folks.”
Powerful trial moments that changed Zimmerman’s life forever.