Savage: George Zimmerman Tweets Picture Of Trayvon Martin’s Dead Body

AFRICANGLOBE – George Zimmerman has sparked fury on Twitter yet again after retweeting a picture of Trayvon Martin’s dead body.

A fan had posted the shocking image on the social network alongside a message to Zimmerman saying: ‘Z-Man is a one man army.’

Zimmerman then retweeted the image to more than 10,000 followers on his account, which the savage often uses to troll people online.

Savage: George Zimmerman Tweets Picture Of Trayvon Martin's Dead Body
George Zimmerman, who murdered Trayvon Martin in 2012, has sparked fury on Twitter yet again after retweeting this picture of the teenager’s dead body

Rawstory.com reported Zimmerman retweeted the image on Friday – but it has since disappeared from his profile.

It is unclear if Zimmerman or the original poster deleted the image or if it was removed by Twitter.

It led to Twitter users hurling abuse at Zimmerman, who was branded a ‘miserable excuse for a human being.’

One told him: ‘You’re a disgusting human being. I know I shouldn’t ever say that, but look at you. All proud for killing a kid.’

Savage: George Zimmerman Tweets Picture Of Trayvon Martin's Dead Body
Last month, Zimmerman posted racist slurs in a series of tweets as well as a selfie (pictured) he took as he smoked a cigar in a swimming pool

Another added: ‘One day someone will tweet the lifeless body of @TherealGeorgeZ and karma will be had.’

The 31-year-old was acquitted of murder charges after the murder of Trayvon Martin in 2012.

He made headlines after shooting the unarmed 16-year-old on February 26, 2012, during a vigilante patrol in Sanford, Florida.

The case shocked the nation, sparking protests across the country with demonstrators demanding Zimmerman’s arrest and a full investigation.

On July 13 the following year, he was acquitted of second-degree murder and manslaughter.

Since then, he has had a series of run-ins with the law and courted online controversy a number of times by bragging about killing the African-American teenager on social media.

He was arrested on charges of aggravated assault, battery and criminal mischief after his then-girlfriend said he pointed a gun at her face during an argument.

Zimmerman was accused by his estranged wife Shellie of smashing an iPad during an argument at the home they had shared. However, no charges were ever filed due to a lack of evidence.

And following his third arrest for domestic violence allegations earlier this year, Zimmerman’s lawyer admitted his client ‘has not been lucky with the ladies.’

He made headlines after murdering the unarmed 17-year-old on February 26, 2012, during a vigilante patrol in Sanford, Florida.

The case shocked the nation, sparking protests across the country with demonstrators demanding Zimmerman’s arrest and a full investigation.

On July 13 the following year, he was acquitted of second-degree murder and manslaughter.

Since then, he has had a series of run-ins with the law and courted online controversy a number of times by bragging about killing the African-American teenager on social media.

He was arrested on charges of aggravated assault, battery and criminal mischief after his then-girlfriend said he pointed a gun at her face during an argument.

Zimmerman was accused by his estranged wife Shellie of smashing an iPad during an argument at the home they had shared. However, no charges were ever filed due to a lack of evidence.

And following his third arrest for domestic violence allegations earlier this year, Zimmerman’s lawyer admitted his client ‘has not been lucky with the ladies.’

 

By: Khaleda Rahman

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