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Zimmerman trial kicks off with profanity, knock-knock joke

Prosecutors in the trial of a Florida man accused of shooting of an unarmed black teenager come out swinging SOUNDBITE: Prosecutor John Guy saying: "'F--king punks. These a--holes always get away.' Those were the words in that grown man's mouth as he followed in the dark a 17-year old boy who he didn't know. Excuse my language but those were his words, not mine." Prosecutor John Guy launched into a profanity laced opening statement, reportedly repeating the words of George Zimmerman who is on trial for the murder of Trayvon Martin. Prosecutors will attempt to convince the all-female jury that the former neighborhood watch volunteer faced no threat from the unarmed black teenager. SOUNDBITE: ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEY JOHN GUY, SAYING: "George Zimmerman did not shoot Trayvon Martin because he had too. He shot him for the worst of all reasons, because he wanted to. Thank you for your time." This is how Zimmerman's attorney, Don West, began his rema

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