As expected, the highly controversial Trayvon Martin case has called everyone from the lowliest of Facebook pundits and apparent overnight law school grads, to the upper echelon of proper lawyers and cultural icons to roost upon a bandwidth-choking, virtual soapbox.
Whether you believe that Saturday's verdict was wrong, right, or a distraction from other news stories (such as the Bradley Manning trial, or the revolution taking place in Egypt, or the hunt for Edward Snowden, or the guy from Glee that passed away) orchestrated by an illuminati shadow-hand or whatever, you most likely have an opinion on the Zimmerman verdict and you definitely want us to know it. However, at the end of the day, you're not Stevie Wonder -- so you can't do things like refuse to perform in Florida until the Stand Your Ground law is "abolished."
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