Federal prosecution ‘unlikely’ in Zimmerman case


The Justice Department will take a fresh look at what federal investigators learned about the shooting and at the evidence gathered for the George Zimmerman trial. But proving intent is very difficult. The government has gotten convictions under the Hate Crimes law in cases where there has been strong evidence showing racial motivation. NBC’s Pete Williams reports.

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