Grand jury cancellation leaves Trayvon Martin case in limbo

It´s been recently reported that the Trayvon Martin shooting case will NOT be brought to a grand jury. A statement from Angela Corey's office, the special prosecutor for the case, reads:

by Kristian Foden-Vencil A Multnomah County grand jury has found no criminal wrongdoing by the Portland police in the March 26 shooting of Jonah Aaron Potter. Officers shot Potter when he came out of a blue Honda parked at the edge of Laurelhurst Park.

The special prosecutor assigned to investigate the Trayvon Martin case will not be using a grand jury to determine whether to arrest George Zimmerman, her office confirmed Monday morning. The former prosecutor on the

It´s been recently reported that the Trayvon Martin shooting case will NOT be brought to a grand jury. A statement from Angela Corey's office, the special prosecutor for the case, reads:

The special prosecutor assigned to oversee the investigation, Angela Corey, announced Monday that she would not present the controversial shooting case to a grand jury. A grand jury set to convene Tuesday was canceled. "The decision should not be