In 1980, 4 Miami-Dade police officers are acquitted of the murder of Arthur McDuffie.
In 1982, Samuel Little, serial killer, is acquitted of the rape and murder of Patricia Ann Mount.
In 2011, Casey Anthony was acquitted of the murder of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee.
Now, in 2013, George Zimmerman is acquitted of the murder of an unarmed teenager.
In 1982, Larry Mann WAS convicted of the rape and murder of 10-year-old Elisa Nelson, was sentenced to death. It took 33 years--in spite of the Fla. governor signing the death sentence--for the sentence to be carried out.
Florida claims (according to the SunSentinal) to lead the nation in executing murderers. Yet these people managed to avoid it, completely or for decades. What is with this state? Why are they letting some murderers go and executing others? Race is part of it but not all. Samuel Little is a black man and is back in Fla. for even more killings after being acquitted. What on earth are those hurricanes depositing in the water? Justice is never guaranteed, I guess.
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