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CSPAN
Mar 5, 2017 11:00am EST
young african young man. >> after the tapes were out, the second push was to arrest george zimmerman. this idea of this man killing his son and being allowed to sleep in his own bed and be free. this ongoing question of will they file charges? will it go to grand jury and die there? can you walk through the second set of push and again with the idea of here you are, the parents of a young man who has been killed, having to campaign for justice for your child? >> the whole time as grieving parents that was our focus. our focus was to try to get justice for trayvan. all of these obstacles were placed in our path. what parent do you know that has a 17-year-old that if something happens to them they would not want answers. we wasn't asking for anything that any other parent would not have wanted for their own child. but people don't see that. you know, a lot of time people don't see thinks because they are not going through those things. they would rather sit behind the computer or complain about something that they really don't know anything about. i just feel like everything was a stru
CSPAN
Feb 27, 2017 12:00am EST
phase the first raises trey vann's death the second pushes to arrest george zimmerman, this idea that this man has killed your son and has been allowed to sleep in his own bed and be free, this ongoing question of are they going to file charges. they going to bring in a prosecutor. bring us through what that second push was. with the idea that here you are, the parents of young man essentially having to campaign for justice for your child. >> the whole time is a grieving parent that was our focus. it was to try to get justice for trey vann. all of the obstacles were placed in our path. what parent do you know that has a 17-year-old that if something happens to them they would not want answers. we were not asking for anything any other parent would not have wanted for their own child. but people don't see that. people don't see things because they're not going through those things. they'd rather sit behind the computer complain about something that they don't know anything about. i just feel like everything was a struggle. getting the information about what happened was a struggle, but
CSPAN
Feb 26, 2017 9:00pm EST
george zimmerman. this idea of this man has killed your son and he has been allowed to' sleep in his own bed and be free. this ongoing question of, are they going to file any charges. a grand jury and die there or bring in a special prosecutor. walk that the second set of push and this idea that here you are the parents of a young man who has been killed, having to campaign for justice for your child. well,. >> guest: the whole tame as grieve us opinions or focus was to try to get justice for tray son, and so all of these obstacles were placed in the -- in our path. what parent do you know that has a 17-year-old that if something happened to them they wouldn't want answers. so we wasn't asking for anything that any other parent would not have wanted for their own child, and so what people don't see that. a lot of times people see things because they're not going through those things. they rather sit behind the computer or complain about something that they really don't know anything about. but i just feel like everything was a struggle. getting the information about what happened was
CSPAN
Apr 14, 2017 11:02pm EDT
george zimmerman then he has killed your son and allowed to sleep in his own bed to be free. will lead go to the grand jury? walk through with that second set was with the adn no here you are essentially having to campaign for justice. >> the whole time that was our focus to try to get justice for treyvon. so all of these obstacles were in our path. . . it was only people that were actually there and one of them instead. the other person is unbelievable. you cannot believe what this person said because of course they want to stay out of jail. we had to challenge with getting answers from the police department. tracy had to struggle with the medical examiner to get the body released. we had to try to work with the state of florida to try to get them to pursue the case even harder once the official prosecutor was assigned to the case. it was a constant struggle. the arrest was a struggle. everything we've gone through was a complete struggle and this was during the time we were grieving. this happened fairly soon after he was shot and killed. while we were trying to get answers, all of t
CSPAN
Feb 25, 2017 10:00pm EST
george zimmerman. few said maybe manslaughter but i remember the notes from the last young lady to speak to treyvon before his death with this cross-examination goes on for hours in the vichy was getting frustrated. what was it like to be in the court room with the person who killed your son in the ministers who are sitting around do it becomes so close to achieving justice where is their number that you felt of the he was going to get off quick. >> there were times. that was the first trial so i am not familiar with the trials. i don't know the process. there were times that i would listen and i would notice if you have an attorney they can say and do almost anything that we have this data for the prosecuting the case if they do things by the book. people to own pay attention to that that audience sitting there witnessing the wolf saying so is seems they can do almost anything. it was of process and procedures they had to follow that these are the parameters and they would not do anything outside of that. and i don't know of it has to do with how much money you have bantu prosecut
CSPAN
Apr 15, 2017 7:01am EDT
batter and it's written in the response to convict george zimmerman. when you think about that comes to mind? >> guest: we think of him as a young man who galvanized his country and brought different cultures together. so just to know that his name had structure to do with the resurgence being a spark for the new civil rights movement needs a great deal. seeing the movement has a different meaning to it because young people are not afraid to go out in the street and protest in peace. this isn't the 50s and 60s, we have a voice mouse to see people intertwined with the older people and seeing black wives matter, we know all wives matter but when we see black lives matter that's running away and getting shot, it is a black life getting choked out in new york an and event has and aboutp getting shot in the street and gets shot and killed in front of his daughter. that's why we say black lives matter. it's not any other culture but thithatthis is happening too. of course all matter but when will the country start realizing it matters to know that trayvon is a new spark to the modern-day c
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