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Sunday, March 25, 2012

Our son Trayvon




 
Change.org
More than 1.5 million people have signed Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton's petition demanding that their son's confessed killer be arrested. A federal investigation has been announced. Thousands have rallied and marched around the country. Every major news outlet in America has covered his story. President Obama even spoke to the tragedy of Trayvon's senseless death: "If I had a son," said the president, "he'd look like Trayvon."
But one thing still hasn't happened -- Trayvon's killer still has not been brought to justice.
On Monday, Tracy and Sybrina are going straight to Sanford's leaders to demand justice for Trayvon, and they're bringing their petition with more than one and a half million signatures -- will add yours? Click here to sign their petition.
You can read much more about this case in the email from Tracy and Sybrina below.
Thanks,
- Jon and the Change.org team
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton
Date: Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Subject: Our son Trayvon
Our son Trayvon Martin was killed because he looked "suspicious." His confessed killer is still free. Join 1,500,000 people to call on Florida law enforcement officials to prosecute the man who took away our son.
Sign the Petition
Dear Dwijendra,
Our son didn't deserve to die.  Trayvon Martin was just 17 years old when he was shot and killed by George Zimmerman. Trayvon wasn't doing anything besides walking home with a bag of Skittles and some iced tea in his hands.

What makes Trayvon's death so much harder is knowing that the man who confessed to killing him, George Zimmerman, still hasn't been charged for Trayvon's killing.

That's why we started a petition on Change.org calling for Zimmerman's prosecution and trial. We aren't looking for revenge, we're looking for justice -- the same justice anyone would expect if their son were shot and killed for no reason.

Click here to join 1,500,000 people who have already signed our petition calling for justice for our son Trayvon.


No family should ever have to go through this nightmare. The law should protect everyone, regardless of where they live, how much money they make, or what color their skin is.
With our petition at 1,500,000 signers so far, we've made important progress toward making some sense out of what happened. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement will investigate Trayvon's death, and so will the FBI and Department of Justice.

But Trayvon's killer is still free. The surest path to justice runs through Sanford, Florida. With your help, we believe they'll have no choice but to give Trayvon and his killer their days in court.

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