SANFORD, Fla. - Trayvon Martin's death investigation has taken several new turns. First, Governor Rick Scott appointed a new prosecutor to oversee the case. Angela Corey from the Jacksonville area will now take over.
Also new, The Sanford Police Chief Bill Lee has temporarily stepped down. But Martin's parents say that's not enough. They want the shooter, George Zimmerman charged.
"No justice. No peace," the Rev. Al Sharpton led a crowd of thousands in a chant.
Their collective voice grew stronger with each outcry.
"What do we want? Justice. When do we want it? Now," a crowd cheered.
Thousands traveled near and far to join in the movement.
He wore a shirt that read "I am Trayvon Martin," signifying that the shooting could have happened to anyone that looks suspicious.
"I stand before you today not knowing how I'm walking right now because my heart hurts for my son," said Trayvon's mother Tracy Martin before the crowd of supporters.
Martin was wearing a hood when volunteer neighborhood watch Captain George Zimmerman thought he looked suspicious walking in his Sanford neighborhood. Zimmerman shot and killed Martin claiming self defense.
"People shouldn't be going around saying its fine if I shoot someone. That's not right," said 9-year-old Isaiah Evans holding a sign in protest.
The case sparked national outrage because Zimmerman remains a free man.
"I don't know how it makes the neighborhood or community safer for an unarmed 17-year-old boy to be walking with a pack of Skittles and an iced tea to be gunned down 100 feet from his father's front door," said Michael Young who lives near the scene of the shooting.
This as Chief Bill Lee announced Thursday he will step down temporarily as a federal probe continues.
"Justice is not served until we have an arrest," said Rep. Corrine Brown.
"We love our children like you love yours. Lock him up!" Sharpton said.
"We can not allow a legal precedent to be established in this city, that tells us it is legal for a man to kill us, and tell any story he wants and walks out with the murder weapon."
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