Gov. Scott says 'justice will prevail' in Trayvon Martin case

Martin, an unarmed African American teenager, was shot and killed weeks ago by a self-identified volunteer neighborhood watchman. The killing has sparked protests around the country and a nationwide debate on the role race played in the shooting.

Appearing on CNN's "State of the Union," Scott said he was not sure if charges will be brought against the admitted shooter, George Zimmerman, but he promised a thorough investigation of the incident.

"Your heart goes out to them because no family ever imagines this could happen to their child," Scott said about Martin's family. "We've got to find out exactly what's going to happen…and make sure justice prevails." 

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