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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Zimmerman Feels He Should Get Paid For Eliminating Another Worthless Black Male, Nigga Please.

As the state attorney continues to look into the Trayvon Martin shooting, the man at the center of the firestorm surrounding his death has launched his own website.

State Attorney Angela Corey said her office is still investigating the teen’s death and no charges have been filed against the man who shot and killed Martin, George Zimmerman.

Former assistant state attorney, Jeff Deen, said the decision by Corey will now go two ways. Either Corey will file charges against Zimmerman or will drop the case.

Deen said he believes Corey will drop the case.

“My personal feeling is that she’s had all the evidence and if she wanted to file charges she could have done that any time prior to today or tomorrow when there would be a grand jury,” said Deen.

Benjamin Crump, the Martin family attorney, sees the announcement differently.

“We are not surprised by this announcement and, in fact, are hopeful that a decision will be reached very soon to arrest George Zimmerman and give Trayvon Martin’s family the simple justice they have been seeking all along,” said Crump in a statement. “The family has been patient throughout this process and asks that those who support them do the same during this very important investigation.”

Zimmerman’s neighbor, Frank Taaffe spoke out Monday and said Zimmerman told him that there is much the public doesn’t know, but will when all the facts come out.

“He told me ‘Frank, follow the police report. More will be revealed,’” said Taaffe.
The full police report has not been made available.

Martin was shot and killed by a volunteer neighborhood watchman, Zimmerman, on Feb. 26. Corey will now decide whether Zimmerman faces criminal charges.

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