Protests and anger reverberate across the United States after a neighbourhood watch volunteer is acquitted by a Florida jury in the shooting death of a black teenager. Was it pure racism or legitimate self-defence? Or both? Douglas Herbert and his panel discuss what the verdict says about race relations in America, half a century after Martin Luther King.
- Andrew DIAMOND, Professor of American History and Civilisation at Paris Sorbonne;
- Curtis YOUNG, Professor of Geopolitics IGS, School of Journalism (ISCPA);
- Eric LISANN, Legal Analyst/ Former U.S. federal prosecutor (by satellite from Washington).
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