It Begins- Zimmerman Verdict Sparks Riot in Oakland, Death Threats, ‘Kill’ Signs and More

Susan Dudos
Before It’s News
July 14, 2013


Death threats against George Zimmerman painted on walls, cop cars destroyed with ‘Kill Pigs’ written on them, a riot in Oakland, protests in DC, Chicago Seattle, San Fransicso and more, all occuring after the verdict was read and the jury polled and George Zimmerman was found not guilty of second degree murder or manslaughter in the death of Trayvon Martin.

The original protests back in 2012 were demands of a “trial” against Zimmerman and officials bowed to pressure and charged Zimmerman in a case the prosecution simply could not prove and the jury, after examining the evidence and listening to testimony, found Zimmerman not guilty.

Social media instantly exploded and as was shown last night, anger fed anger, calls for protests, marches and even riots went out with one person posting George Zimmerman’s address as others threatened to hunt down Zimmerman and kill him in cold blood.

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