June 16, 2023

Episode 100

10 Years On: A Look Back at the Death of Trayvon Martin and the Trial of George Zimmerman with Special Guest Andrew F. Branca

100TH EPISODE! Andrew Branca returns to talk the 10th anniversary of the trial of George Zimmerman, who was charged with the murder of Trayvon Martin.



In the summer of 2013, George Zimmerman went on trial in Florida for the alleged murder of teen Trayvon Martin, a key moment in the birth of the Black Lives Matter movement. But while many still believe Martin to be an innocent victim of a racist vigilante, the trial revealed another side of the story that the media ignored: a troubled youth who had been expelled for breaking the law and had a violent personality, who multiple witnesses say brutally assaulted Zimmerman before the gun was fired. Zimmerman was ultimately acquitted, but even today he is seen by some as a murderer who escaped justice, despite the evidence to the contrary. Andrew Branca from The Law of Self-Defense joins the program to analyze the trial on its 10th anniversary, and try to dispel some of the misconceptions that still circle the case.



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