Simply stated-- a freak show, inspired by freaky people such as Cracker-jacks-box-certified -Reverend Al Sharpton, I-prefer-some-of-my-kids-out-of-wedlock-Reverend Jesse Jackson, and many other spotlight hams, including Cowgirl hat-wearing aficionado, Congresswoman-person-Frederica Wilson
Zimmerman, a 29 year old Neighborhood Watch volunteer, is accused of firing a shot which killed 17-year-old Martin on Feb. 26 2012, after Zimmerman called police, describing the teenager as suspicious.
Zimmerman says he shot Trayvon Martin in self-defense after the high school junior attacked him, pinned him to the ground, beat him and tried to take away Zimmerman's handgun.
Jury selection will begin on Monday, June 10th.
There will be only 24 seats available to the general public for what is expected to be a media spectacle, perhaps mirroring the O.J. Simpson trial, if for no other reason than racial implications, inspired by the above named 'freaks.' Those interested in viewing this sideshow will have to toss their name into a hat for a lottery style drawing.
Reportedly, "applicants must submit their name in person one day before the court date they'd like to attend. Names will be drawn randomly and those selected will be notified by phone with instructions on where to pick up their visitor’s pass."
Considering massive coverage expected to be generated by this trial, and a multitude of cameras beaming reports to every point on Earth, you can be sure to see the usual camera hogs in town. Some are wondering if seat availability rules will apply to these race-baiters!
No word yet whether the unofficial adoptive dad will be in town .