Justice for Trayvon, No Justice for Agents Terry and Zapata

People Magazine has an angelic-looking Trayvon Martin on its cover this week with the headline "An American Tragedy."  I agree.  Whenever a mother loses a child, it's a tragedy. So I searched People's archives for cover photos of slain Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and ICE agent Jaime Zapata.  Both died in service of their country, both killings involved questionable circumstances, and both Mrs. Zapata and Mrs. Terry are still waiting for answers a year later. Despite the volatile and controversial circumstances surrounding the slayings of Terry and Zapata, my search turned up zero cover stories at People.  None. Even worse, while I perused the magazine's old online articles, the evening news was on in the background.  Al Sharpton was speaking from Sanford, Florida, where 17-year-old Trayvon Martin died in February.  Thousands of protesters with signs that read "Justice for Trayvon" gathered to hear Sharpton condemn officials for the lack of information...(Read Full Article)