I don't think this is political, but if so, just move it. Trayvon Martin was shot and killed in Florida. The killer claims he shot in self defense, but evidence has come out that puts his claim in serious doubt. What interested me about the case was the fact that the local police did not do a thorough investigation. Their interpretation of the law is that if a killer claims self defense, then the claim acts as an abra-cadabra preventing any further investigation. What's more, several of the news stories opined that they were correct in this. That the killer could not be convicted because of the Florida "stand your ground" law. I was floored by this insanity. Take out an insurance policy on your business partner, go to Florida, kill them, claim self defense and call it a day. I was gratified today to learn that this nonsensical interpretation of the law is incorrect. Reason prevails.