The family rescued from a car crash by Trayvon Martin's killer now refuses to be associated with the gunman, despite his heroics. George Zimmerman, who was able to escape conviction for his shooting of the unarmed black teenager, came out of hiding last week to help a family escape their crashed SUV.
Bowling, steaks, pedicures—it was basically a Southern dream holiday for the all-women jury at their luxurious Marriott resort headquarters. It's very tiring making up excuses for white people with guns to shoot unarmed black kids, so this was all worthwhile to keep our ladies rested and relaxed. Trayvon who? Exactly!
Zimmerman trial juror B37 says she wants to live a normal life, even while she keeps appearing in interviews and wants to write a book. Lady, when your fellow jurors have distanced themselves from your continuous racist diarrhea and most of America is hating you, it's really time to shut up and leave the scene.
Juror B37 on the Zimmerman murder case is a mother of two who owns "a lot" of animals, dislikes the media, uses never-read newspapers only in the parrot's cage, thought the killing of Trayvon Martin was "an unfortunate incident that happened," and described him as "a boy of color."
From New York to Los Angeles—where police fired rubber bullets against peaceful demonstrators—people of all races and backgrounds took over the streets of all major cities to protest the decision of the Florida jury that declared George Zimmerman—the killer of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin—not guilty of murder.
After last night's decision in the Trayvon Martin case, many Americans errupted in anger and disappointment about George Zimmerman's acquittal. Almost immediately following the decision, the NAACP posted an online petition for federal prosecution of Zimmerman. And the site got so much traffic that it crashed and has…
After almost two days of deliberations, an all-female jury has found George Zimmerman not guilty of murdering unarmed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. Zimmerman followed Martin gun in hand disregarding police's instructions not to do so. Zimmerman then killed Martin, who was only carrying some iced tea and Skittles.
George Zimmerman has been found not guilty of murdering the unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin in Florida. Many Americans were not shocked. And there's a good reason why. Hard data shows that recent U.S. laws make it easy for blacks to be gunned down without anyone being found guilty of murder.
Disregarding police's instructions, George Zimmerman followed Trayvon Martin gun in hand and shot him dead. Those are the facts and there's no way around them. And yet, Zimmerman may get away with it. "If that's how it is, there is no law" says Tom Scocca on Gawker.
Spike Lee recently re-tweeted the home address of an elderly couple that he mistakenly thought was George Zimmerman's house to his 256,000 followers. Last night, Jon Stewart rightly—and hilariously—took him to task on The Daily Show.
Spike Lee, sometimes movie maker and recent Jeremy Lin jersey wearer, made a pretty big boo boo recently. He thought he had retweeted an address of George Zimmerman, the guy who shot Trayvon Martin, but actually retweeted an address of an elderly couple in their 70s to his 250,000 followers.