Not sure we are there yet. As late as last night they were still calling him "the unarmed teenager bound for college".
You know, I don't remember one story mentioning what college he was going to and what he was majoring in. So how do we know if that part of the story is even true? With his gang ties, strong arm robbery, he sure isn't following the path of any enspireing college kid I ever met.
College bound like Trayvon's brilliant lady friend - in the mind of the media?
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