1. Not So Fast

    Trayvon Police Chief Denied Exit

    SANFORD, FL - MARCH 22:  Sanford Police Department Chief Bill Lee (L) speaks while announcing he will temporarily step down in the wake of the Trayvon Martin killing as Sanford city manager Norton Bonaparte Jr. (R) stands by on March 22, 2012 in Sanford, Florida. Many protesters are expected tonight at a rally organized by Rev. Al Sharpton to demonstrate against the killing of the black unarmed teenager by a white and Hispanic neighborhood watch captain.  (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

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    On the same day that Trayvon Martin shooter George Zimmerman was released on bail, Sanford Police Chief Bill Lee Jr. attempted to leave his job—but was stopped. The police chief submitted a proposal for resignation on Monday but was denied an exit by the Sanford City Commission, who voted to reject the proposal. Lee stepped back from his post temporarily last month as outrage grew over the way he handled the Martin shooting. Some commissioners were said to have faulted city manager Norton N. Bonaparte Jr. for not standing up for the chief as the scandal grew into a national story.

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