George Zimmerman in Custody and Charged with Second Degree Murder

The Takeaway

Last night at 6pm, Florida state special prosecutor Angela Corey announced that George Zimmerman had been charged with second degree murder in the Trayvon Martin case.
In addition to stating the charges, she also announced that George Zimmerman was in state custody, and responded to questions from the journalists.
Among the journalists there was Adam Kealoha Causey, a reporter with the Florida Times Union.
And offering a legal interpretation on last night’s press conference is Dale Carson, a lawyer, retired legal instructor for the FBI, and a former police officer.

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