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           KISS-FM’s Michael Baisden joined Rev. Al Sharpton and thousands of protesters in Sanford, Florida seeking justice in the murder of  Trayvon Martin.   The alleged shooter, George Zimmerman remains free after reportedly shooting the unarmed teenager whom he deemed as “suspicious”.   As more details unfold, it becomes clearer that Zimmerman, who considered  himself the neighborhood watch commander, was obsessed with playing that role.

Sanford Police Chief Bill Lee has “temporarily” stepped down from his position until the investigation of Martin’s death is completed.  Whether Lee will return to that job is said to be in the hands of City Manager, Norton Bonaparte, Jr., who seems reluctant to make any decisions himself.   Some 35,000 protestors came out to the Sanford rally in support of the Martin family and to raise the volume on this unbelievable crime.  A crime that still has not produced an arrest after Trayvon Martin was killed almost a month ago.  .Click on the link below to learn more of the testimony about his final moments.

Trayvon Martin’s Final Moments: “He said this man was following him.”

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