Icheoku says his last name sounded Jewish but now he is being identified as Hispanic; but regardless of his heritage which is of no consequence or in anyway excuses or mitigates his heinous act, George Zimmerman who shot an unarmed innocent 17year old black boy deserves whatever epithet that is currently being thrown at him. How could an armed 23 year old vigilante, weighing about 200 pounds feel so seriously threatened by an unarmed 17 year old boy that was barely 120 pounds that he had to kill him in alleged self defense?
Icheoku does not want to go into the deep doodle that is racism in America, but suffice it to say that this killer, not having been arrested so far for the murder of Trayvon Martin is a cry for justice; because were the scenario different with a black kid gunning down a pale-skinned person, all hell would have been let loose until he is trapped like an animal and put to death either by the police or a forsworn jury.
Anyway, Icheoku hopes that Florida Republican Governor Rick Scott means it when he assured that "the Florida state law enforcement is going to do the right thing and that they are not going to let somebody do something wrong and get away with it." Icheoku says the world is watching to see how justice is served in this case, on behalf of the murdered teenager; but lets be mindful of the fact that there is growing racial tension in the land and this case should not be so ill-managed as to serve as the tinderbox that will ignite or explode it. Icheoku says a racist, vigilante murderer must not be allowed to walk away from wasting the life of an innocent unarmed young boy just because of the color of his skin as injustice to one is injustice to all. Icheoku avers that we are all murdered Trayvon Martin in this moment, waiting and crying out for justice.