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    It’s not surprising that George Zimmerman‘s brother, Robert Zimmerman, would have many stereotypical and racist comments to further support the verdict in the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case, but the lengths Zimmerman went to convince the public his brother is innocent, is beyond unacceptable. Take a look at a snippet of Robert Zimmerman’s interview…

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As if the not guilty verdict wasn’t heartbreaking enough for Trayvon Martin’s family and friends, it is now being reported that George Zimmerman could possibly get back the gun used to take the 17-year-old’s life in February 2012. How can this happen? With a simple request from Zimmerman. Under Florida laws, convicted felons are barred…

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George Zimmerman supporters react to his not guilty verdict While a number of people are simply aghast over the disgusting decision to acquit George Zimmerman for the unarmed shooting death of Trayvon Martin, others are raising their glasses in celebration. Several people are rejoicing on Twitter including racists blasting the late teen for being a…

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Lawyers for George Zimmerman rested their case on Wednesday without calling the former neighborhood watch volunteer to testify, setting up the final stages of his closely watched murder trial for the shooting of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin. “After consulting with counsel, (I have decided) not to testify, your honor,” Zimmerman said in response to…

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A Florida judge has announced that she would no longer preside over the George Zimmerman criminal case. Judge Jessica Recksiedler approved a motion today to disqualify herself from the case after revealing her husband’s ties to a CNN analyst. Zimmerman’s defense asked Monday that the Seminole Circuit judge be removed in order to give the…

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  George Zimmerman made his first appearance in a Florida court room today, the day after he was charged with killing Trayvon Martin. As previously reported, special prosecutor Angela Corey charged the 28-year-old with second-degree murder in the February shooting death of the unarmed 17-year-old boy. Zimmerman appeared in court this afternoon where he stood…

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Before George Zimmerman was jailed for the murder of Trayvon Martin, he was a “DatNiggyTB” on Myspace. As previously reported, the 28-year-old turned himself into police Wednesday after special prosecutor Angela Corey called for his arrest. He has since been charged with second-degree murder, a charge that could land him up to life in prison.…

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