(AURN) -- Black law students at American University in Washington, D.C. held a town hall meeting to discuss the legal implications of the Trayvon Martin case. Martin was an unarmed African-American teen and was shot in the chest by a neighborhood watch captian.
George Zimmerman was heard calling 911 and is known to be the individual who killed Martin. No arrests were made, due to the "Stand Your Ground" law that protects a person who uses deadly force with a gun if they feel threatned. In that 911 call Zimmerman was told not to pursue Trayvon, however is heard proceeding to approach the teen anyway.
The question remains, should Zimmerman be arrested? Bethany Peak is the President of the Black Law Students Association at American University and spoke with AURN.com about the issue of racial profiling.
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