Part of President Obama's response to the George Zimmerman trial verdict, was that "black men are used to being feared." I think that is true. With all the (pre-Martin shooting) black on white violence such as the "knock-out game" where black-blacks single out a white person and beat them until they are unconscious (or in some cases dead); and black-black mob civil disobedience including flash raiding and plundering of retail stores (all of which goes unreported by the mainstream media), black-blacks resent the intimidation of deadly force self-defense laws like Stand-Your-Ground. They would like to make it illegal, or very punitive, for a white person to kill a black person in self-defense or in defense of anyone else.
George Zimmerman was found not guilty in a court of law the same way O.J. Simpson was. You didn't see whites rioting, demonstrating and blocking freeways when that overt travesty of justice was handed down.
They say that if you want to be a millionaire, you should start by acting like one. If black-blacks want to feel equal with whites, and blacks that do, they should start acting like white and black people and we would be a happier, more peaceful and prosperous country without restricting gun rights.
Michael W. Jarvis
Salt Lake City