SANFORD, Fla. -- The George Zimmerman trial that has divided the city of Sanford, with vocal advocates on both sides.
Many of them came out to the courthouse to wait for the verdict Saturday and Kaitlyn Ross has been with them all afternoon.
"I'm laying because that was his last position, that's all his parents have is his dead body in the ground," said Army Veteran Tatiandra Williams.
Williams said she intended to shock people by laying outside the courthouse with Skittles and an iced tea.
"No one can speak the words he would want to say, but I'm going to try," she said.
More than two dozen people waited for the verdict outside the courthouse Saturday.
Some, like Williams, supporting Trayvon Martin's family, others, George Zimmerman.
"I felt that in this tragedy both sides have suffered terribly, and I just wanted to show my support and our support for George and his family," said Ed Wilson.
Wilson grew up in Jacksonville, but lives in Sanford now, and wants the town to move on.
"It was a fair trial, and everyone needs to respect what they come up with," Wilson said.
But the jury has to agree on a verdict first.
"As long as it takes, I'll lay here all day," Williams said.
First Coast News