Sanford, FL, March 27, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The OccupySanford.com movement is making plans to Occupy of Sanford, Florida this summer. Sanford is the city where 17 year old Trayvon Martin was tracked as suspicious, chased by community block watch captain George Zimmerman and shot to death.
Trayvon Martin was merely walking back to the residence where his father was, waiting for his return from the store. Trayvon Martin was not armed with any weapon, but merely had the items he purchased from the store, a pack of skittles candy and a can of iced tea, according to media reports.
“OccupySanford.com feels that the teenager was savagely attacked and murdered by blockwatch captain George Zimmerman merely for looking suspicious,” states Occupy Sanford Spokesperson Attorney Martin Felderman. A 911 call placed to Sanford Police partially reveals that George Zimmerman was told it was not necessary to chase the suspicious person.
“OccupySanford.com and the world would like to know, why would George Zimmerman defied the 911 dispatchers comment about not chasing the suspicious person? And why did George Zimmerman leave his vehicle? And there are various questions about the Coroners Office and Police Department that are still a mystery,” states Occupy Sanford spokesperson Attorney Martin Felderman.
OccupySanford.com is planning a three day occupancy of Sanford, Florida this summer, making it a family event and all citizens regardless of race, color, creed, national origin and religious affiliation are invited to attend.
Three days represents the amount of time that Trayvon Martin lay in the morgue while his family searched for him as a missing person.
OccupySanford.com is seeking individual and corporate sponsors for the event to make it an organized and peaceful success. OccupySanford.com feels that the death of Trayvon Martin is "the beginning to the end of a misused law, and incompetent police procedures in Sanford, FL," says spokesperson Attorney Martin Felderman.
For further information please visit www.occupysanford.com
Martin Felderman Spokesperson