Zimmerman Verdict's Ripple Effects

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Photo from the Million Hoodies Union Square protest against Trayvon Martin's shooting death in Sanford, Florida (March 2012).

Late Saturday night, a Sanford, FL jury found George Zimmerman "not guilty" in the shooting of Trayvon Martin. Patricia Williams, Columbia University Law School professor and columnist for The Nation, analyzes the decision and discuss the reaction -- from protests in New York and LA, to a move by the Justice Department to relaunch their hate crime inquiry into the matter.