Cenk talks to NAACP Seminole County chapter president Turner Clayton about the shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman. “This particular case here is the first case since this chief has been in office that they’re attempting to use the self-defense,” Clayton says. “In the past they just did shoddy investigations.” Clayton says that the the black community in Florida believes the FBI — which told TYT that the determination of a bias crime is made at the federal level, not locally — should take over the case.
Cenk and panelists discuss TWA Flight 800, drones in the U.S., and the latest on Edward Snowden. Plus, Sister Helen Prejean on her advocacy to abolish the death penalty and a tribute to Michael Hastings.