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Suspicious activity hits America

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With the recent news and media frenzy surrounding Trayvon Martin, it’s been hard not to notice the rising talk of what really being “suspicious” means to anyone who calls themselves an American citizen.

With people saying wearing a “hoodie,” or wearing dark clothing, or walking faster or whatever someone might view as suspicious, I have come to believe we really can’t make that judgment without being biased in some form or fashion.

Just as much as I have seen someone wearing a hoodie take the time to stop and help someone out, I have also seen people dressed in the finest threads commit acts not-so indicative of their apparel.

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