The shooting of Trayvon Martin could wield outsize influence in the 2012 election, writes Amy Green.
Amy Green is a journalist in Orlando, Florida, who has worked as a regular contributor to People, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor, and many other publications. She specializes in faith, the environment, and travel.
George Zimmerman’s neighborhood was no stranger to break-ins before he shot Trayvon Martin, reports Amy Green.
Cases of mothers killing their teenage kids are extremely rare. So why did Julie Schenecker allegedly shoot her two exemplary, well-liked teens—seemingly out of the blue?