George Zimmerman Trolls Twitter With Photo of Trayvon Martin’s Body


Following the events that took place on February, 26, 2012, George Zimmerman has been the center of a media frenzy. On that evening ,Zimmerman, who was the neighborhood watch coordinator for a gated community located in Sanford, Florida, fatally shot a 17-year-old African American young man named Trayvon Martin.

George Zimmerman Appears Before Judge On Recent Aggravated Assault ChargesIn the months following, racial debates ensued which quickly spread across the nation, and ultimately on July 13, 2013 Zimmerman was acquitted of second-degree murder charges.

Despite his innocence, drama has seemingly continued to follow Zimmerman, who can not seem to  stay out of trouble, both with the law and within his personal relationships. At the same time, he has shown little to no remorse towards the Martin death, and in fact seems to enjoy the attention he’s been receiving.

In another act which signifies his lack of remorse over the killing, and his complete lack of judgment when it comes to posting his thoughts on social media, Zimmerman has retweeted a very controversial post this week. When a particular ‘fan’ of his, going by the Twitter handle ‘Super Star Destroyer‘ tweeted a picture which was used as evidence during the trial of Martin’s lifeless body, Zimmerman quickly retweeted it to all of his 11,000+ followers.

The tweet, which simply stated ‘Z-Man is a one man army’ along with the picture of Martin laying dead on a patch of grass in a gray sweatshirt, was retweeted dozens of times with comments that were both supportive as well as critical of the now 31-year-old former neighborhood watch coordinator. The tweet has since been removed and is not available any longer for viewing or commenting on, but not before Zimmerman was able to continue his moronic social media interactions.

In addition to all of this, Zimmerman also tweeted out what appears to have been a stranger’s phone number, directing all media inquiries to that number. This resulted it dozens of unwanted phone calls to a number that certainly should never have been shared.

This isn’t the first, and likely won’t be the last Twitter drama caused by Zimmerman. Let us know your thoughts about these recent tweets in the comments section below.