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Thousands of marchers took buses Saturday to take part in a large protest in the Fla. town where Trayvon Martin was shot ...
and killed in February. The protesters demanded justice for the teen.(March 31)
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[Location:SANFORD, Florida, USA -- AP VIDEO -- MARCH 31][VO: various of marchers]THOUSANDS OF MARCHERS FROM ACROSS THE STATE TOOK BUSES TO PARTICIPATE IN MARCH AND RALLY -- CIVIL RIGHTS GROUPS WHO WANT AUTHORITIES TO CHARGE NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH VOLUNTEER GEORGE ZIMMERMANZIMMERMAN CLAIMS SELF DEFENSE UNDER THE STATE'S STAND YOUR GROUND LAW. [SOT REV. JESSE JACKSON]"The law itself must be challenged. Stand your ground, as a law. As an incentive for vigilantism. The same people who finance 'stand your ground' finance voter suppression." [STANDUP: Tony Winton /Associated Press] ORGANIZERS SAY THE PRIMARY POINT OF THE RALLY IS NOT JUST TO PUT PRESSUE ON AUTHORITIES TO MAKE AN ARREST IN THE DEATH OF TRAYVON MARTIN. THE POINT, THEY SAY, IS TO SHOW THE COMMUNITY'S SOLIDARITY, WEEKEND AFTER WEEKEND, PROTESTS THEY SAY WILL CONTINUE, UNTIL JUSTICE, THEY SAY, IS DONE" [SOT: Edward Bryant III, came to protest from Columbia, SC]"What is happening now by the Justice Department coming in and conducting their own investigation, is something to get us closer to the facts, OK? And that's what we want. The facts." [Notes:VO ---------------]BUT IT'S NOT CLEAR WHEN AUTHORITIES WILL RELEASE INFORMATION -- PROSECUTORS HAVE IMPOSED A NEWS BLACKOUT THEY SAY IS NEEDED TO COMPLETE THEIR INVESTIGATION. TONY WINTON ASSOCIATED PRESS SANFORD FLORIDA (****END****)ANCHOR VOICE: TONY WINTON-------------------------VIDEO PRODUCER: TONY WINTON---------------------------VIDEO SOURCE: AP-----------------------VIDEO APPROVAL:----------------------------VIDEO RESTRICTIONS: NONE----------------------------------MARKET EMBARGO: NONE