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Truth and the Zimmerman verdict
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The George Zimmerman not guilty verdict brought to mind two men: Pope Benedict XVI and Marcus Tullius Cicero (146-43 B.C.) Based on an African proverb, Pope Benedict XVI once said people find freedom when they seek truth. Christianity offers truth, but the pursuit of truth must be voluntary. There are those who wrongly interpret this search for truth, leading them to irrationality and fanaticism.