In the course of the average week, many visitors will come and go in the office of Governor Rick Scott. But it’s seldom that people come and stay and stay and then stay some more. That happened this week in the wake of last Saturday’s not guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman murder case. As this edition of Capital Report went to air, several of those people were still camped in the outer office of the governor at the State Capitol. Ryan Benk tells us why.