March 21st, 2012
12:52 PM ET

Florida shooting: What we know about Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman

The death of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed teen who was shot while walking in his neighborhood in Sanford, Florida, has sparked allegations of racial profiling and calls for the gunman to be charged.

Federal prosecutors and the FBI will investigate the incident. George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer who has acknowledged shooting Martin, has not been charged and says it was self-defense. The incident has sparked widespread debate about Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law as well as numerous protests in Martin's honor.

As the story continues to grip the nation, here's what is we know about the key people in this story and why both families believe their sons have become victims.

Trayvon Martin and his family

Trayvon Martin, 17, was killed after he went to the store for candy and a soft drink.  In the wake of his death, his parents have sought to make sure the world does not forget their son, and they have asked for justice to be served by calling for Zimmerman's arrest.

"He was into sports. He loved playing football. He loved watching football. He loved basketball," his mother, Sybrina Fulton, told CNN. "He loved to eat everything in your house. He loved music. He loved kids. He loved to babysit and wash cars and (was) just a normal kid."

Brian Paz, Martin's friend, told CNN affiliate WFTV that he will miss having Trayvon around.

"He was a happy, smart person," Paz said. "He was joyful."

Paz told WFTV that his friend was a peaceful kid. And that is why he finds it so confusing that Zimmerman thought he was threatening when he noticed him walking in the neighborhood and began to follow him.

"He's a peaceful person," Paz said. "He was actually really quiet when he didn't know a person, so I wouldn't describe him as threatening."

There's not one thing in particular Paz said he will miss about his friend - it is everything.

"Chilling with him every weekend, just having him around me," he said. "That's what I'm going to miss about him."

Trayvon's parents say the whole incident has been devastating.

"The whole world sees this is a tragedy," Tracy Martin, the boy's father, told CNN. "It's sad as a father to have to bury your child. As a parent, you never want to imagine about burying your kids, and for me to have to bury my son is sad."

And they hope they will find justice soon. Their cries for an arrest sparked a social media movement to try to draw attention to the case.

"I'm so very hurt, but this whole situation is a nightmare, and I don't understand why this man has not been arrested - ­ at least charged - and let a judge and jury decide if he is guilty," his mother said at a press conference.

Trayvon's family said they believe race was a factor in his death, fueling an outcry in the racially mixed community 16 miles northeast of Orlando.

"If Trayvon had did the shooting, he would've been arrested," his father said. "He would've been arrested on the spot."

George Zimmerman

Not much is known about the man at the helm of the neighborhood watch group and at the center of the shooting controversy. Zimmerman has remained quiet as the story has reached critical mass.

Zimmerman, 28, saw Trayvon in his neighborhood and called 911 to report a suspicious man, authorities said.

"Something's wrong with him. Yep. He's coming to check me out," Zimmerman told a police dispatcher in a 911 call released Monday. "He's got something in his hands. I don't know what his deal is. Send officers over here."

The teen started to run, Zimmerman reported. When he said he was following, the dispatcher told him, "We don't need you to do that."

Shortly afterward, neighbors began calling 911 to report a fight, then a gunshot. By the time police arrived, Trayvon was dead. Zimmerman insisted that he was acting in self-defense when he shot the teen.

In a police report, Officer Timothy Smith said Zimmerman stated he was "yelling for someone to help me," but the victim's family said it was the teen asking for help.

The death has sparked allegations that Zimmerman took Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law too far by chasing after the teen. Police added that while it was suggested Zimmerman not chase him, it is "not a lawful order that Mr. Zimmerman would be required to follow."

"Mr. Zimmerman was not acting outside the legal boundaries of Florida Statute by carrying his weapon when this incident occurred," Sanford Police Chief Bill Lee said in a newly released statement about the investigation. "He was in fact on a personal errand in his vehicle when he observed Mr. Martin in the community and called the Sanford Police Department."

Lee added that Zimmerman had a permit for the weapon he was carrying.

Zimmerman had called police several times in the past few years to describe similar circumstances in which he believed someone in the area might be up to no good. When he called police on the night of the shooting, he said there had been a history of break-ins in the area.

Zimmerman's family has denied allegations that race played a role in the shooting, saying he has many minority relatives and friends. In a statement to the Orlando Sentinel, his father said Zimmerman grew up in a multiracial family. A police report describes him as a white male, but his family says he is Hispanic. CNN has made numerous attempts to contact Zimmerman but has been unsuccessful.

The 28-year-old is currently enrolled as a part-time student at Seminole State College, according to Jay Davis, the director of communications and media relations at Seminole State. Davis said records indicate Zimmerman was a general education student pursuing a two-year associate's degree.

Zimmerman has moved out of his home after receiving death threats, according to his father's statement to the Orlando Sentinel.

“The tragic events of February 26 are very sad for all concerned. The Martin family, our family and the entire community have been forever changed," Robert Zimmerman said.

He also strongly disputed the characterization of his son following the incident.

"The portrayal of George Zimmerman in the media, as well as the series of events that led to the tragic shooting, are false and extremely misleading. Unfortunately, some individuals and organizations have used this tragedy to further their own causes and agendas," his father said in the letter to the newspaper. "George is a Spanish-speaking minority with many black family members and friends. He would be the last to discriminate for any reason whatsoever. One black neighbor recently interviewed said she knew everything in the media was untrue and that she would trust George with her life.

"Another black neighbor said that George was the only one, black or white, who came and welcomed her to the community, offering any assistance he could provide. Recently, I met two black children George invited to a social event. I asked where they met George. They responded that he was their mentor. They said George visited them routinely, took them places, helped them, and taught them things and that they really loved George. The media portrayal of George as a racist could not be further from the truth."

Frank Taaffe, a neighbor and friend of Zimmerman, told HLN's Jane Velez-Mitchell that his friend was only inquiring about why Martin was in the area, considering there had been documented incidents involving young black men in the neighborhood committing crimes. But he insisted that in no way did Zimmerman target Martin.

“Zimmerman is not a racist," he told Velez-Mitchell. "George Zimmerman is a caring man.”

Robert Zimmerman also added that in no way did his son confront Martin and he hopes soon that everyone will be outraged by how his son has been treated. He said he and the family will have no further statements.

soundoff (446 Responses)
  1. SANDI

    this is sickening that a young boy was killed because some WANNABE RAMBO TOOK MATTERS INTO HIS OWN HANDS WHEN IN FACT HE WAS TOLD BY POLICE TO BACK OFF!!!!!! IT BOGGLES MY MIND THAT THIS MR ZIMMERMAN IS FREE, AND THE GUN IS STILL IN HIS POSSESSION!!!!!!!!! WAKE UP FLORIDA!!!!! WHO GAVE HIM THE RIGHT TO KILL THIS KID????? HE WAS DOING NOTHING WRONG.. THE PHONE CALL TO THE POLICE SAYS IT ALL... ZIMMERMAN SAID HE THOUGHT THE KID WAS ON DRUGS?????? GIVE ME A BREAK..... DIDN'T KNOW SKIttles WERE A DRUG!!!!! THE BOY WAS KILLED FOR WALKING HOME? COME ON PEOPLE OPEN UR EYES AND SEE THIS IS A COLD BLOODED RACIAL PROFILE MURDER! JUSTICE MUST BE SERVED!!!!!!

    March 21, 2012 at 2:13 pm | Report abuse |
    • ginamero

      Your all cap manner does not make your point. Why must this always be a racial thing? What's wrong with you people? What happened was sad and devastating but trying this man in the media is wrong. All this hate can wait till everyone's story is in. The fact that this boy is dead is heinous – but you and your ilk are calling it cold blooded murder. Get over yourself – it's a horrible thing that got way out of control. Work to change Florida law not hang a man because the media has you stirred up. I can't tell one thing or another about the tapes – they will have to be analyzed. Plus, anything you can be addicted to is a drug and last Michelle Obama said is that sugar is a drug.

      March 21, 2012 at 2:26 pm | Report abuse |
    • angeldimples

      I'm disgusted over what happened. There is no issue in my mind about if it was murder or not. I feel lit was. The man directly disobeyed the police and pursued this man- not to mention the sickening 911 tape of this boy screaming and pleading for help. All that said, I think if the shoe were on the other foot- no one would be screaming racism. Like the Dooley case. Same thing happened. A man was actually shot through the heart in front of his 8 yr old daughter and the shooter used this law to escape charges. No one cried racism. Why? Because the shooter was black and the victim was white. Everytime a tragedy/murder/arrest occurs where the black person is the victim does not automatically make it a racially motivated instance. Al Sharpton didn't comment about its injustice. Rev Jesse James made no comment. The NAACP wasn't heard from. The law and the people are what is wrong. I feel like making it be about color actually takes away from the issue. I wish people would stop focusing on color and make it about right and wrong. Period.

      March 21, 2012 at 3:50 pm | Report abuse |
    • Guest

      Our fearless lawmakers gave him the right, that's who. This is a very sick and dysfunctional community of people. Mandatory drug tests are required of welfare recipients and all state workers, but a guy who shoots someone dead gets away with no tests, and I fear with murder.

      March 21, 2012 at 4:29 pm | Report abuse |
    • Moham

      could not have been better said.

      March 22, 2012 at 10:40 am | Report abuse |
  2. SANDI

    MT THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS GO OUT TO THIS FAMILY.... I AM OUTRAGED THIS HAPPENED TO AN INNOCENT YOUNG MAN WHO WORE A HOODIE????? COME ON....WHATS NEXT? SUN GLASSES? A BURGLARY IS ONE THING COLD BLOODED MURDER IS A WHOLE DIFFERENT ISSUE..... WAS HE BREAKING INTO AN APARTMENT?NOOOOOOOO... THIS MAKES ME SICK THAT RACIAL PROFILING STILL EXISTS.... SHAME ON THE FLORIDA POLICE... AND AS FOR MR ZIMMERMAN? u are far from a hero... ur a cold blooded killer!!!!

    March 21, 2012 at 2:17 pm | Report abuse |
  3. Sklar

    "Robert Zimmerman also added that in no way did his son confront Martin and he hopes soon that everyone will be outraged by how his son has been treated."

    This quote is hilarious, because of course Robert Zimmerman was there at the scene of the crime...oh wait he WASN'T. He's just a father trying to project his dirtbag son.

    March 21, 2012 at 2:18 pm | Report abuse |
    • Steve

      Neither were you or the rest of the e-lynch mob.

      March 21, 2012 at 2:30 pm | Report abuse |
    • Robbie

      ... and neither was Martin's family, Martin's girlfriend, most of the people quoted in 911 calls from a block away, etc. Zimmerman's Dad is just speaking for his son, who can't speak for himself publicly because a racist lynch mob is literally planning to kill him, despite being in America, where he's innocent until proven guilty.

      March 21, 2012 at 2:40 pm | Report abuse |
    • Netta

      Steve please use common sense. How can Trayvon have confronted him if he was running away?

      March 21, 2012 at 2:44 pm | Report abuse |
    • Guest

      I could take dirtbag. What I can't take is a killer.

      March 21, 2012 at 4:30 pm | Report abuse |
    • Moham

      No,,,,,,,,,,,,,, he did not engage the kid ??? , well how was he outside of his car.......?, Oh wait... maybe the kid pulled him out kicking and screaming..he said he hollered for help.

      March 22, 2012 at 10:45 am | Report abuse |
    • dancingjellyfish

      you weren't ther either, nor were any of the others on here who have convicted him. In the call to the police Zimmerman says he is coming at him and the screams for help don't sound like a young person to me. But I am going to wait for all the facts before convicting anyone.

      March 22, 2012 at 8:20 pm | Report abuse |
    • notgivingmyname

      Just so you know Robert Zimmerman is a retired Judge. George zimmerman is his adopted son

      March 25, 2012 at 10:08 pm | Report abuse |
  4. Jasmine

    TO RENEE: so you are saying just because he doesn't live there and isn't from the area, he can't be suspected of the robberies. Sounds like a perfect scenario to me. Dad lives there. You just visit every once in awhile and case the place. Then send all your HOMEBOYS to rob everyone.

    Where are all the racist comments about zimmerman, now?

    HOMEBOYS! HOMEBOYS! HOMEBOYS! HOMEBOYS! HOMEBOYS! HOMEBOYS! HOMEBOYS!

    March 21, 2012 at 2:18 pm | Report abuse |
    • Guest

      Jasmine dear, you stink. Keep your vile racism to yourself–you are a complete disgrace to the community. People like you are the reason we have the race problems in this country. In a past generation, you'd be riding horses under white sheets, if you aren't doing that on the side already.

      March 21, 2012 at 4:35 pm | Report abuse |
    • Idiots-R-Everywhere

      @Jasmine: However, being that he was in fact found dead with no evidence of being a burglar he couldn't have possibly been doing that. Also, being that he was just on a phone call with his girlfriend 5 mins before he got shot, confirms he was walking home not breaking into houses as you seem to wanna indicate. Also, the 911 tape of him screaming for his life, (which a man with a loaded handgun would never do), proves it. SO Face it. You're an idiot taking up for another idiot. We don't need your kind in America anymore. Everybodies tired of you and you mindset!! This boy may have had trouble in school but he also had no criminal record. Meaning he was just a class clown like a lot of kids. He didn't deserve to get murdered for it.

      March 21, 2012 at 6:24 pm | Report abuse |
    • back to the old south

      And Jasmine keeps opening her mouth and shows everyone exactly what she is. She 'suspects' the boy was a criminal so he must be. sorry, but your racism is showing Jasmine.

      March 21, 2012 at 11:49 pm | Report abuse |
    • MEME

      Jasmine you are really ignorant. I recently got robbed and it was some white kids, so what do you say to that. You must be white

      March 22, 2012 at 1:03 pm | Report abuse |
  5. Kathy

    If George Zimmerman did in fact act in self defense, let all the evidence come before a jury of his peers to be tried in court. Like anyone else who kills another person, you have to prove your case beyond a shadow of a doubt in a court room. Why does he get to get away with murder? This is one of the main reasons everyone is so enraged. I heard this guy on CNN this afternoon, who knows George Zimmerman, talk about how George Zimmerman had a bloody nose and how that proved self defense. Give me a break! If a young man is being follwed, then approached, and then attacked by a psycho, he's gonna fight back. Anyone would! You're fighting for your life! You can hear him yelling for help on the 911 calls. The boy was in fear of his life. Clearly it was Trayvon Martin who was fighting in self defense. All the evidence points to the guilt of George Zimmerman and the innocence of Trayvon Martin. However, this guy who knows George Zimmerman, who was on CNN this afternoon, said; George Zimmerman is being publicly convicted. Well yeah! The public would love George Zimmerman to have his day in court where all the evidence can be put forth by both sides and a jury decide based on the evidence whether George Zimmerman is guilty or not. We would love that! That's all were asking for. It's called justice!

    March 21, 2012 at 2:19 pm | Report abuse |
    • Steve

      Not if the case is ruled self defense by the police and the district attorney. At that point it is not tried. Learn the law before you try to teach it.

      March 21, 2012 at 2:31 pm | Report abuse |
    • Ralph

      It's how the law was written (which only shows that our representatives can't read what they vote on). Not only can officers not arrest the person who says "I was scared" (even though I actively pursued the victim), if you sue for civil damages and lose, you have to pay the gunman's legal fees. America?

      March 21, 2012 at 2:33 pm | Report abuse |
  6. Orlando citizen

    Very interesting that CNN left out the fact, which has been reported by the Orlando Sentinel and Miami Herald, that the kid had been repeatedly suspended from his highschools. He was just suspended for 10 days. He had been sent to 3 highschools in 3 years. They are really trying to feed everyone their narrative. Its worked, everyone is in lynch mob mode and CNN gets more ratings.

    March 21, 2012 at 2:22 pm | Report abuse |
    • Guest

      Everyone is in a "lynch mob" mode? Orlando citzen, you are a disgrace with this ridiculous comment–typical of the stupid electorate in Orlando which supports racist tea baggers in this state.

      March 21, 2012 at 4:32 pm | Report abuse |
    • Idiots-R-Everywhere

      Which means he could not have been part of the group breaking into house...HE WAS IN MIAMI AT THE TIME!!!

      March 21, 2012 at 6:16 pm | Report abuse |
    • Mike

      Orlando Citizen: Let's try some simple logic: the fact that he was previously suspended from high school in another city is highly irrelevant to this situation in Sanford, FL! Trayvon was unarmed, minding his own business, had every right to be in that neighborhood and wasn't doing anything illegal prior to being killed. Those are the facts that matter.

      March 21, 2012 at 7:37 pm | Report abuse |
    • Ben

      So being suspended justifies being shot when armed with a bag of Skittles? okaaaaaaaay........

      March 22, 2012 at 10:08 am | Report abuse |
  7. Scrappyike

    "Robert Zimmerman also added that in no way did his son confront Martin and he hopes soon that everyone will be outraged by how his son has been treated." Hmmm let's see. Zimmerman "was in fact on a personal errand in his vehicle when he observed Mr. Martin in the community and called the Sanford Police Department." He had to have gotten out of the vehicle in order to have been supposedly attacked. Let's not forget that he chased Martin. This seems like Zimmerman confronting Martin to me.

    March 21, 2012 at 2:25 pm | Report abuse |
  8. Maryellen

    Sklar you sicken me, calling this poor child a dirtbag. You deserve a life of nothing but bad luck and misery!

    March 21, 2012 at 2:25 pm | Report abuse |
  9. Pat

    The law's are good one's. the bad actor in this mess is Zimmerman! he is the one who took it apon him self too take this kid on. his not a cop nor trained to be one, he was told to not do what he did. want to guess what I think He was thinking? bet you can? and yes teen's do brake in to house's! but you don't kill some one for a 200 dollar wal-mart tv. The gun that state law let Zimmerman carry was for his protection, defence not offence. the laws are a good one's Zimmerman broke the trust placed in him by the state if not the law. but thats just my two cents.

    March 21, 2012 at 2:28 pm | Report abuse |
  10. Really?

    Oh Jasmine, lets hope those "homeboys" you speak so fondly of don't get a hold of you. You cowardly lion you. *wink wink*.

    March 21, 2012 at 2:28 pm | Report abuse |
    • Jasmine

      To: ORLANDO CITIZEN (and all)
      Yep! I knew it! Can't wait to hear more about this "nice"boy. It's funny (convenient?) how the mass media outlets haven't reported any sources (family, friends, school) stating/verifying that the kid was a "good" kid. Is it because that can't be said of the kid? Or, is it because they don't want to draw attention to the fact that this kid was anything but nice and actually has a delinquent past. Or, is it both? I'm guessing, we will hear more about this in the days to come. The story of "The big, bad, mean, racist, white man going after the sweet, innocent, young black youth for no good reason" is going to fall apart quickly. Oh, what a shock!!!

      March 21, 2012 at 2:47 pm | Report abuse |
  11. Steve

    SANDI,

    1) He was not told by the police to BACK OFF, they said we don't need you to do that when he said he was following him. Quote "The teen started to run, Zimmerman reported. When he said he was following, the dispatcher told him, "We don't need you to do that."

    2) If he acted legally, which in this case the local police obviously feel he did under Florida law, there is no legal recourse to take his gun. Quote "Mr. Zimmerman was not acting outside the legal boundaries of Florida Statute by carrying his weapon when this incident occurred,"

    3) How on earth do you know, for certain, that this kid did nothing wrong and did not attack Zimmerman? Right on the phone call that you misquoted, the article above says that Zimmerman, in the call says "Something's wrong with him. Yep. He's coming to check me out," Zimmerman told a police dispatcher in a 911 call released Monday. "He's got something in his hands. I don't know what his deal is. Send officers over here."

    Lets try to follow the facts a little more closely than the media bias and OPEN YOUR EYES TO THE FACT THAT MAYBE, JUST MAYBE THIS KID DID ATTACK ZIMMERMAN, ZIMMERMAN WAS THE ONE CALLING FOR HELP AND ZIMMERMAN LAWFULLY DEFENDED HIMSELF.

    JUSTICE WAS MOST LIKELY ALREADY SERVED.

    March 21, 2012 at 2:28 pm | Report abuse |
    • Hahaha

      Steve, your outline is not only absurd, but absolutely idiotic. No justice served here. Just a scared young man that was killed for absolutely nothing at all.

      March 21, 2012 at 2:32 pm | Report abuse |
    • Damon

      Defending himself from a situation he put himself in. I bet right now, Zimmerman himself wishes he could rewind time and just waited for the police to show up.

      March 21, 2012 at 2:40 pm | Report abuse |
    • Kimmie K

      Steve, it is clear that you have not listened to the 911 tape of Zimmerman. At no time did Zimmerman report that that Martin attacked him before he began to chase Martin. Zimmerman was in his car and reported to the dispatcher that Martin began to run away from him. When Zimmerman jumped out of his car and chased Martin the dispatcher told him he didn't need to do that and to stay put. Phone records show that Martin was on the phone with his girlfriend during this time. The girlfriend reports that Martin told her someone was following him. She told Martin he should run and he he did then told her he thought he had lost the person following him. Then she heard Martin say, why are you following me and a male voice say why are you in the area followed by what sounded like an altercation. Zimmerman was a neighborhood WATCH person not wearing any kind of uniform. He had no authority to hunt someone down. Who wouldn't run away and later try to defend themselves against some strange man following them?

      March 21, 2012 at 2:46 pm | Report abuse |
    • Steve

      How is it upsurd? It is taken DIRECTLY from the article above that every poster has quoted as fact.

      March 21, 2012 at 2:55 pm | Report abuse |
    • Steve

      Kimmie K, did you read the article at all. It clearly does not follow any of your facts that you just quoted. I love how this e-lynch mob is molding the facts to their own whims. Read the article, clearly the guy in communicating to the police is indicating that this kid is "checking him out" which could be a prelude to a hostile intent by the kid. You are so ready to hang this guy when the "facts" you supposedly lean on don't support that he did not act in self defense. The only fact here is that, from what has been provided to the media, there are not nearly enough facts to say whether it was self defense or not. Only the police have enough facts to make that determination and they clearly believe that it was self defense, or that they lack evidence to prove otherwise and therefore have not charged Zimmerman. This is not a lack of justice, it is the system at work.

      March 21, 2012 at 3:00 pm | Report abuse |
    • Guest

      Steve, what the heck are you talking about? Have you bothered to listen to the tapes? Zimmerman was not in danger but in pursuit of Martin. That is why this has become an enormous controversy. Everybody with ears can hear the dopey Zimmerman in pursuit of someone who is clearly not a danger to him, and he is the one with the gun.

      Add on top of that the bungled police who did not do their job and and the racial situation and you will understand why the overwhelming majority of people are calling for justice.

      March 21, 2012 at 4:42 pm | Report abuse |
  12. tilmeismoney

    He could of fired a warning shot in the air, then if he didn't drop the skittles , he could have shot him in the back. This bum is a killer and needs to go to the electric chair.

    March 21, 2012 at 2:29 pm | Report abuse |
  13. Robbie

    Why all the distortion? Zimmerman DIDN'T follow the Martin after they asked him not to; he was already following him, they said they didn't need him to do that, and immediately after that Martin confronted Zimmerman. Also, Martin tackled Zimmerman, broke his nose, hit him with something on the back of the head, and may have been trying to strangle him. If Zimmerman hadn't been armed, this would just have been a local news story about a neighborhood watch captain getting assaulted or killed while on patrol, while his neighbors cowered in their homes and ignored his screams for help. Ignore all the hype and bias, use at least a little logic, and just stick to the facts, like Zimmerman's injuries, the initial police reports, etc.

    If you really care about justice against racism, why isn't everyone all over this case? http://www.cnn.com/2012/03/21/justice/mississippi-hate-crime/index.html?hpt=us_c2

    March 21, 2012 at 2:30 pm | Report abuse |
  14. cns

    So if a strange man who is not a cop or a security guard approaches you and demands to know why you are walking down a public street that is deserving of death by a gunshot to the chest. This would mean that if a rapist approaches your mother, sister, wife, or daughter and she doesn't yield to him and tried to run away the strange man/ rapist gets to wrestler her to the ground, shoots her in the chest and then cries self- defense when the police arrives. Guess what, this Florida law just gave rapist another loophole. Doesn’t surprise me that there are so many child rapist and child murders in Florida.

    March 21, 2012 at 2:31 pm | Report abuse |
  15. Damon

    So basically you telling me, if I want to get rid of somebody I hate, just take them to Florida. Buy a cheap motel, shoot them behind closed doors, give the cops my statement and I can just go home with my weapon and no charges. Why do people hire hitman to kill their wives then, just take her on vacation!

    March 21, 2012 at 2:32 pm | Report abuse |
    • Guest

      Yeah Damon, I fear you have it right. That is why every sane person should boycott the state of Florida. We also still have the Klan here too along with serial killers like Ted Bundy, that Eileen Wortman creature (whatever her name was) and Danny Rollins.

      Still want to send your kids to Disney?

      March 21, 2012 at 4:38 pm | Report abuse |
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