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It seems like just yesterday when George Zimmerman took to the internet to tell his side of the entire Trayvon Martin Tragedy. While his website wasn’t a monumental moment in history, but it did give us insight into who Zimmerman is.
On the site, he mostly complained about how his life changed after being charged with Trayvon’s murder–like how he’s unable to get work, etc. He was also asking for financial help from the Zimmerman supporters. Those same supporters were the ones that initially sprayed “Justice For Zimmerman” on a brick wall. Zimmerman featured the graffiti on his site.
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According to the Orlando Sentinel, Zimmerman’s attorney, Mark O’Mara explained that he doesn’t want his client to have any web presence and that the site will never appear again. Smart move? Sound off in the comments below!
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