This morning on "Starting Point with Soledad O'Brien," is live at 7am Eastern. This morning, Soledad will talk with our panelists, including Columbia University's Marc Lamont Hill, Conservative commentator and daughter of Gov. Jon Huntsman Abby Livingston and TheBlaze.com contributor Will Cain. Today's stories include:
* Trayvon Martin's last steps retraced. Soledad will have a live interview with Martin's family.
* Afghan President Hamid Karzai to meet with families of those slain by a U.S. soldier
* Big anticipation as the latest iPad goes on sale today.
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[Updated 8:18am] Former JAG Officer Thomas Kenniff says it's not a good idea for accused U.S. soldier's attorney in Afghanistan rampage to start talking to media before talking to his client.
[Updated 7:56am] CNN legal analyst Jeff Toobin says it's not unusual that Zimmerman hasn't been arrested yet, but an investigation must be done. Says his behavior is suspicious to say the least.
[Updated 7:54am] Tracy Martin, Trayvon's father, says in my mind if Trayvon had done the shooting, he would have been arrested on the spot.
[Updated 7:47am] Attorney Ben Crump says charges weren't filed against George Zimmerman, man who allegedly shot Trayvon, because there wasn't evidence to contradict Zimmerman's version of the story.
[Updated 7:46am] Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon's mother, says Trayvon loved basketball, loved to eat, loved music, babysitting...like a normal kid.
[Updated 7:45am] Tracy Martin, Trayvon's father, says the whole world sees that this is a tragedy. Sad as a father to have to bury your child.
[Updated 7:20am] Carlos Gutierrez, Former Commerce Secretary under President George W. Bush and Co-Chair with the Hispanic Leadership Network, says he agrees that English is the language of opportunity, and we should make it a priority for U.S. students to learn a second language.