The Justice Department will not file charges against George Zimmerman, the man who killed unarmed teen Trayvon Martin in 2012.
Federal prosecutors concluded there was insufficient evidence to prove Zimmerman intentionally violated Martin's civil rights. Their decision comes days before the second anniversary of Martin's death.
The 17-year-old was walking home on February 26, 2012 from a convenience store when he got into a confrontation with Zimmerman, a neighborhood watchman. A physical fight ensued, and Martin was fatally shot.
In July 2013, a Florida jury found Zimmerman not guilty of second-degree murder and manslaughter, due to insufficient evidence. The acquittal was met with widespread outrage and protests, with many claiming Martin's shooting was racially motivated.
Attorney General Eric Holder said in a written statement: