Al Sharpton and his National Action Network held Justice for Trayvon Martin rallies in about 100 cities yesterday. Expressing outrage over the George Zimmerman trial verdict, many continue to tie the Trayvon Martin case with Stand Your Ground laws in Florida and some 27 other states, despite the fact that the law was not an issue during the trial. But even with Barack Obama remarking on Trayvon Martin, turn out was low. In New York City, where Sharpton shared the podium with Martin′s mother, the rally for Trayvon Martin barely had 500 attending it. Nationwide the crowds were also generally small. Has the country grown weary already on the story?