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Rallies against Zimmerman verdict being held in US


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Most protests were peaceful, however.

In Manhattan’s Union Square, hundreds of people gathered to voice their passions over the verdict, hoisting placards with images of Martin.

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Some tempered their anger, saying they didn’t contest the jury’s decision based on the legal issues involved.

But "while the verdict may be legal, a system that doesn’t take into account what happened is a broken legal system," said Jennifer Lue, 24, an Asian-American resident of Harlem.

"Everyone should feel about this, whether you’re Asian-American or African-American," she said.




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