Justice for Trayvon?

George Zimmerman Not Guilty: America Reacts (Photos)

George Zimmerman was acquitted Saturday. See photos of a shocked nation’s reaction.

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Darrsie Jackson (center) reacts Saturday after hearing the verdict of not guilty in the trial of George Zimmerman with her children Linzey Stafford (left), 10, and Shauntina Stafford, 11, at the Seminole County Courthouse. Zimmerman, 29, was charged with second-degree murder in the February 2012 shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, who was unarmed at the time. A self-appointed neighborhood-watch volunteer, Zimmerman had claimed he was acting in self-defense.

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Throngs of marchers gather in Times Square.

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Trayvon Martin supporters rally in Times Square while blocking traffic after marching from a rally for Martin in Union Square.

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Demonstrators angry at the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the death of Trayvon Martin protest on the 10 Freeway, stopping traffic in Los Angeles.

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Yesenia Mena from Miami holds a sign at a rally for Trayvon Martin there.

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Bettejo Indelicato protests the George Zimmerman verdict in front of the Seminole County Criminal Justice Center.

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Trayvon Martin supporters march through the streets of Manhattan, blocking traffic.

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Tatum Stoball, 5, holds up a sign during a protest in Madison, Wisconsin.

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George Zimmerman stands as the jury enters the courtroom.

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People watch a news ticker in Times Square deliver the news that George Zimmerman was found not guilty.

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In this image from video, George Zimmerman smiles after a not-guilty verdict was handed down in his trial.

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Demonstrators outside the Seminole County Courthouse react after hearing Zimmerman's not-guilty verdict.

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George Zimmerman's family and friends celebrate after he was found not guilty.

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Demonstrators gather outside the Seminole County Courthouse after Zimmerman's not guilty verdict.

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Attorney Benjamin Crump addresses the media following the verdict.

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Defense attorneys Don West (left) and Mark O'Mara address the media following the verdict.

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Demonstrators react outside the Seminole County Courthouse after Zimmerman was acquitted of all charges.

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Erika Rodgers looks up at the Seminole County Courthouse moments before Zimmerman's verdict was read.

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A man screams during a demonstration in Union Square in New York City after the news that George Zimmerman was found not guilty.

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A sign is displayed at a demonstration after the news that George Zimmerman was found not guilty.

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Martin Green (lower left) is comforted by Bridgett Welch after hearing that Zimmerman was acquitted of all charges.

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Melinda O'Neal (left) breaks into tears and hugs Shedrick Burfect in front of the Seminole County Criminal Justice Center after learning George Zimmerman had been found not guilty.

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Brooklyn Nimoh of New York wears a "Justice for Trayvon Martin" shirt as people gather at Union Square in New York City.

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People wear hoodies during services honoring Trayvon Martin at Middle Collegiate Church in Manhattan the morning after the verdict.

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Protesters gesture as they rally in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City.

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A protester shouts as Los Angeles police as they try to remove protesters from the intersection of Exposition and Crenshaw boulevards following the verdict.

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A protester blocks an Expo Line train at the intersection of Exposition and Crenshaw boulevards in Los Angeles following the George Zimmerman verdict.

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From left, Debra Reid; Yanni Medina, 13; her mother, Carol Medina; Blanca Zavala; and her daughter J'Len Edmund, 6, attend a rally in the Leimert Park neighborhood of Los Angeles following the verdict.