Trayvon Martin's Parents Give Update to Anderson

On today's "Anderson," Trayvon Martin's parents and brother give an update on how their family has been coping, two months after 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was fatally shot by George Zimmerman. Martin's older brother Jahvaris, and parents, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, address how they've felt since Zimmerman's arrest last week.

Sybrina tells Anderson that she wants Zimmerman, 28, "to be accountable for what he did to Trayvon and our family." She adds that although she dislikes Zimmerman for what he did, she doesn't hate him. "I don't hate anyone. I'm God-fearing. To hate someone would block my blessing."

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