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The fundamental question at the heart of the George Zimmerman case, according to NewYorker.com contributor Jelani Cobb, is – was Trayvon Martin a member of the Florida community where he was shot and killed?
"When we talk about George Zimmerman's role in being a protector, as being kind of neighborhood watch person, did he have a responsibility to protect Trayvon Martin? Did it ever occur to him that this might be someone who was worthy of protection?" said Cobb.
The defense Friday argued for acquittal after the prosecution had presented their case.
"When the defense presented their argument, it really didn't seem to give any idea that Trayvon Martin might have been an innocent victim here," said Cobb.
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(CNN) – After the emergence of photographs showing Secretary of State John Kerry on his 76-foot yacht “Isabel” on Nantucket Sound on Thursday, the State Department issued an embarrassing correction Friday morning, back-tracking and acknowledging that the Secretary was in fact on the yacht on Wednesday, the day the Egyptian military staged a coup against democratically-elected Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy.
Originally, State Department officials were quick to deny a Wednesday tweet from CBS News’ Mosheh Oinounou that: “A @CBSThisMorning producer just spotted Secretary of State Kerry on yacht in the Nantucket Boat Basin. No response when she shouted ‘Morsi.’”