Zimmerman's family: George handed out fliers, protesting police coddling of white suspectBoston Herald
Apr. 07, 2012
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George Zimmerman handed out fliers at black Sanford churches a year ago, outraged that a white police lieutenantís son, captured on video sucker-punching a homeless black man, was not arrested on the spot, family members said.
The fliers urged blacks to go to a Sanford (Fla.) City Commission meeting to protest and demand that the police chief be held accountable.