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Justice Department Closes Trayvon Martin Shooting Case without Civil Rights Charges

Trayvon Martin

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com
 
The federal investigation into the shooting death three years ago of Trayvon Martin has ended without hate-crime charges against the gunman, George Zimmerman, The New York Times reports. 

The Justice Department closed the civil rights investigation.

The family is devastated, said Benjamin L. Crump, the lawyer for Martin’s family.

“This is very painful for them; they are heartbroken,” Crump said. “But they have renewed energy to say that we are going to fight harder to make sure that this doesn’t happen to anybody else’s child.”

The investigation was launched to determine whether there was enough evidence to show Martin was killed because of his race.

The Justice Department interviewed 75 witnesses and reviewed evidence.


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