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DeWayne Wickham: Focus attention on gangs, not Trayvon

6:01 PM, Jul. 30, 2013
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Four days after a Florida jury acquitted George Zimmerman of murdering Trayvon Martin, U.S. marshals tracked Darryl Anderson to Birmingham, Ala. After a brief standoff, the 25-year-old thug on the lam from Baltimore emerged from an apartment with his hands in the air.

While the verdict in the racially charged Florida case set off protests here and elsewhere across the country, there were no demonstrations to celebrate Anderson's apprehension on July 17. But his arrest should have had people dancing in the streets.

According to Baltimore police, Anderson is an enforcer for the Black ...

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