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On Tuesday, civil rights leader Rev Al Sharpton said he would lead a "Justice for Trayvon" day in 100 cities around the US, appealing for federal civil rights charges to be brought against Mr Zimmerman.

"People all across the country will gather to show that we are not having a two- or three-day anger fit," Mr Sharpton said as he unveiled the plans. "This is a social movement for justice."

At noon on Saturday, vigils are planned outside federal buildings in cities including Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia and New York.

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