The concept of ‘justice’ is ancient. First widely popularized by Plato and Aristotle, ‘justice’ has remained a common element in Western political and ethical thought. And while blind justice might be largely attainable in racially homogenous societies of European-descended peoples, it might not be so in multi-racial states. People, esp. non-Europeans, by design, might be just too tribal. Perhaps the real implication of the Zimmerman trial / Trayvon Martin affair is that the quaint and fragile notion of ‘justice’ is often unattainable in multi-racial states.