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It's been 48 hours since a Florida jury exonerated.
Jordan Zimmermann of all charges in the shooting death of -- on mart.
But some celebrities and sports figures seem intent on making the case all about race.
Going as far as to try it seems to incite racial violence.
Take a look at some of the worst offenders in this parade of fools Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White -- quo.
All them jurors should go home tonight -- kill themselves for letting a grown man get away with killing a -- New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz tweeted quote.
Zimmerman doesn't last a year before the hood catches up -- them.
Kirstie Alley tweeted.
White people used to make black people drink from separate drinking fountains.
Now we eat the -- shoot their children.
If you think what those two athletes and whatever Kirstie Alley users.
Wait -- you listen to what the nation's top law enforcement -- had to say on the matter.
I believe that this tragedy provides yet another opportunity for our nation to speak honestly.
About the complicated news and emotionally charged issues that this case has raised.
We must not.
As we have too often in the past let this opportunity pass we are resolved.
As you -- to combat violence involving -- directed at young people.
To prevent future tragedies.
And to deal with the underlying attitudes.
That serve as the basis for these too common -- -- There you heard the attorney general.
Speak and frankly rather vague terms about a very real issue.
And that is violence in our society.
But frankly there should be outrage in the African American community it seems to me -- well not about the Zimmerman trial the real tragedy is -- much more prevalent.
And widely ignored crisis a black on black crime particularly in the president's hometown of Chicago.
-- -- which he's been all but silent and about which this attorney general.
Has been side.
In 2000 all -- a whole lot there were nearly torn 52500.
Black on black murders nationwide.
Compared to nearly 200 murders of African Americans by white.
That same year there were more than 430.
Murders in the city of Chicago.
And blacks made up 76%.
Of those victims.
I didn't hear the attorney general talking about the city of Chicago.
The president's hometown -- the president.
I didn't hear the president nine states say those young men who were killed in Chicago.
Could've been his son.
This year's murder rate in Chicago.
Is improving somewhat not much.
So far 204 people year to date have been murdered in Chicago.
-- is the outrage on the part of the Justice Department over those murders.
We're going to be talking about just that with a co host of the five Juan Williams Fox News contributor.
We'll talk about why there has been such.
Absence of this administration in the city of Chicago.
On one of its most important issues.
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