Radio Noon Montreal | Jul 17, 2013 | 19:09

Zimmerman verdict prompts Montreal protest

We hear from a lawyer on jury law in Canada vis-a-vis the U.S., an organizer on Hoodies Up and a prof on the wider meaning of the case.

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