Sharpton Promises Protests Over Shooting Of Fla. Teenager Trayvon Martin Rev. Al Sharpton says organizers would hold a series of nonviolent protests calling for the arrest of the crime watch volunteer who confronted the unarmed black teenager because he thought he looked "suspicious,'' and then shot him.

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