April 11, 2012
According to the Baltimore Sun, Special Prosecutor Angela Corey announced the second-degree murder charge at the State Attorney’s Office in Jacksonville tonight, more than six weeks after Trayvon and Zimmerman’s fatal encounter.
If convicted, Zimmerman would face up to life in prison on the first-degree felony charge. He arrived at the Seminole County jail about 8:30 p.m. tonight, greeted by a throng of reporters shouting questions. May Justice Prevail!
April 12, 2012
Zimmerman is accused of “profiling”
Zimmerman said to have shown sign of injury to neighbors