JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Amid furious public pressure to make an arrest in the Trayvon Martin slaying, the special prosecutor on the case went for the maximum Wednesday, bringing a second-degree murder charge against the neighborhood watch captain who shot the unarmed black teenager.
George Zimmerman, 28, was jailed in Sanford - the site of the killing Feb. 26 that set off a nationwide debate over racial profiling and self-defense - on charges that could put him in prison for life.
Let the games begin...
UPDATE I: GAME ON!! -
"Calm, Calm, Calm" - Ya'll know what that's about (or you ought to!)
UPDATE II: In Interview, Zimmerman's Lawyer Says Trial Won't Happen In 2012