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Kobe Bryant has walked back comments he made in a recent interview criticizing those who immediately came to the defense of Trayvon Martin without having the facts of the case. In a Twitter post responding to the viral reaction from his own comments, the NBA superstar said “the facts showed” that the dead teenager “was wronged.” (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Bryant Walks Back Comments, Says Facts Show Trayvon Martin ‘Was Wronged’

Kobe Bryant has walked back comments he made in a recent interview criticizing those who immediately came to the defense of Trayvon Martin without having the facts of the case. In a Twitter post responding to the viral reaction from his own comments, the NBA superstar said “the facts showed” that the dead teenager “was wronged.”

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Carrie Underwood Shares Secret To Keeping The Home Fires Burning

Between her mega music stardom and all that demands, and his time on the ice with the Nashville Predators, Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher have figured out a way to keep those home fires burning, even while apart!

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