Three days after a jury acquitted George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, Emory professor Gregory C. Ellison II extended an unexpected invitation to radio listeners: “I think we should have a community conversation. Let’s all meet at Emory this Saturday.” On the heels of that contentious verdict, scholars, educators and thought-leaders like...
Jay-Z's upcoming documentary on the Trayvon Martin case has reportedly enraged George Zimmerman — and also ignited a feud between him and Snoop Dogg. The post George Zimmerman Threatens To “Beat” Jay-Z And Feed Him To “An Alligator” appeared first on CrimeFeed.
In case you weren't aware, JAY-Z is making a documentary about the tragic killing of Trayvon Martin called Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story. We'll give you one guess who's the most unhappy about that… Yep, the teen's killer, George Zimmerman, raised a stink over the weekend after finding out executive producer Michael Gasparro had visited [...]
Snoop Dogg joined the fray in support of Jay-Z.
George Zimmerman has been mocking Trayvon’s death since he got off. The day he die, I will throw a party. — Kourtney (@THEROYALKOURT) December 17, 2017 Twitter Vs. George Zimmerman (AGAIN) Despicable dumpster demon George Zimmerman is somehow STILL alive
As you may have heard, Jay-Z has been working on a documentary about Trayvon Martin, a teen whose life was cut tragically short. Interviews are a normal part of any documentary, but George Zimmerman's response to producers interviewing people in his life has been... Show More Summary
George Zimmerman took a shot at JAY-Z, threatening to “beat” the rapper and feed him to “an alligator” over a Trayvon Martin documentary.
Snoop Dogg isn't here for George Zimmerman's comments about JAY-Z. Continue reading…
From trying to auction the gun he used to kill Martin to almost fighting the rapper DMX in a celebrity boxing match.
George Zimmerman is on one. Continue reading…
Jill Lepore examines the history of gun ownership in America, from the Second Amendment and the N.R.A to George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin.
Alicia Garza, whose 2013 Facebook post in response to the acquittal of Trayvon Martin’s killer, George Zimmerman, created a hashtag that later became a rallying cry for the Black Lives Matter movement, is arguably now one of the most influential civil rights leaders of this century. Garza, 36, and her fellow co-founders have since expanded their fledgling […]
I want people to know that we [the six-woman jury] put everything...into this verdict. We thought about it for hours and cried over it afterwards. I don't think any of us could ever do anything like that ever again. I have no doubt that George [Zimmerman] feared for his life in the situation he was in at the time. Show More Summary
NOSL–a community-centered response to the police-sponsored National Night Out–has been redefining safety beyond law enforcement since 2012. This year, it’s even more important. In 2012, as George Zimmerman was making the rounds through a Stanford, Florida community as a neighborhood watch volunteer, he fatally shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. Show More Summary
TMS talks to jurors from the case of Robert Durst, George Zimmerman, and Michael Jackson about the impact of these cases and their views on the justice system.
On February 26, 2012, George Zimmerman, 28, confronted and fatally shot unarmed, African-American 17-year-old Trayvon Martin inside a gated community in Sanford, Florida. The post George Zimmerman: 5 Shocking Facts About The Man Who Shot Trayvon Martin appeared first on CrimeFeed.
“It causes me to think he doesn’t value his own life, so it was easy for him to take someone else’s,” juror Maddy says of the disturbed Zimmerman.
George Zimmerman was acquitted of the killing of Trayvon Martin on July 13, 2013. It was then that Black Lives Matter first became a hashtag—which lead to the creation of a network co-founded by Alicia Garza, Patrisse Khan-Cullors and Opal Tometi that since has expanded into a global movement dedicated to the liberation of all black people. Show More Summary
It was the Ferguson riots and the not-guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman trial that inspired co-creators/executive producers Gina Prince-Bythewood and Reggie Rock Bythewood to heed the call of the Fox network and Imagine Entertainment...Show More Summary
On February 26, 2012, neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin dead. The next day he passed a lie detector... The post Florida Memorial University to Honor Trayvon Martin with Posthumous Degree appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.