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Seattle's case contains perspective lesson for Zimmerman case

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If Zimmerman is acquitted, critics should remember Westlake Plaza case

With the defense having rested in a Florida courtroom, and closing arguments scheduled today, the second-degree murder trial of George Zimmerman, who claims to have shot teenager Trayvon Martin in self-defense is winding down and if there is an acquittal, critics – especially any in the Seattle area – should be reminded of the famous Westlake Plaza shooting in October 2006.


Article by Dave Workman