“I’m sure jurors did what they felt was right in accordance with the law but maybe the law is wrong, maybe society is wrong; there’s a lot that needs fixing.” — Jessica Nacinovich reacting to the acquittal of George Zimmerman at Middle Collegiate Church in New York City.
“I haven’t sensed an iota of remorse or regret or anxiety over the situation that he’s in. He’s of course tense and focused on his security and his short-term well-being to the best extent that he can, but he’s very resigned to the fact that things might go terribly wrong and he’s at peace with that.” — Guardian columnist Glenn Greenwald, who closely communicates with National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden.
“The whole day was simultaneously the best and worst experience of my life. The news was devastating. No one had any idea what to say or do. It just shows how much of a truly amazing guy Cory was that everyone was so shocked and emotional about the news. Everyone was crying and sharing their stories.” — Chloe Harvey, an 18-year-old “Glee” fan from England, on the death of actor Cory Monteith.