‘Stand Your Ground’ law stirs national outcry
From Los Angeles to Philadelphia, hundreds of Americans have turned out in rallies over the tragedy of Trayvon Martin’s death. At the epicenter of the debate is Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law that allows people to kill if they feel their life is threatened – a law Martin’s alleged shooter George Zimmerman used as his defense. Radio host Michael Baisden and former New York Gov. David Paterson weigh in on the public reaction to the law.