Many believe the special prosecutor assigned to the Trayvon Martin case is dragging her feet. Miami teenager Trayvon Martin has been dead for 39 days, and still his murderer hasn't been brought to justice.
In a recent interview, rapper Young Jeezy promised a long, hot Summer of civil unrest across the country if charges aren't brought soon.
Citing his young son as the inspiration for a new rap song about Trayvon -- Jeezy said, "I feel like, you know, no justice, no peace, man."
"For real... if you commit a crime you should be held liable for that crime until the court of law prove you innocent or guilty."
"I think... just to ease everybody's mind, and everybody's tension, he should at least be charged. Now, if he beats the charges that's a whole 'nother situation. But what you don't wanna do is sit here and play these games. And go back and forth about who's in the right, who's in the wrong. He's a child and you're an adult...
In what may be a subtle message to his homie in the White House -- President Obama -- Jeezy said: "If they handle this wrong, from the prisons to the streets the people are gonna erupt!"
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Source: Toronto rappers