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Thursday, 18 July 2013

Race War on Twitter: Trayvon Martin supporters campaign to ‘Behead Zimmerman’

What is this craven government in Washington DC doing in respect to the calls for the murder of George Zimmerman and his lawyers, by Trayvon for Justice supporters?

Many of the calls for the revenge execution of Zimmerman and his legal team are employing the Justice for Trayvon campaign slogan, “Justice, No Peace”.

In an America intoxicated with media-driven racial politics, if this were white tweeters calling for the beheading of a black man, it would immediately be investigated by federal agencies like the DOJ as a potential “race-hate crime”, but in this case, it will probably be ignored completely by the ruling party, who are currently busy trying to jinn up a racial-hate retrial of the recently acquitted George Zimmerman.

Below is one such racially violent tweet from what looks to be a female African-American supporter of Trayvon Martin named Sunny Fashawn aka VeSun., who added, “Behead Zimmerman, put that sh*t in a box and send it to his mother”. VeSun.

Rather ironically, she has adorned her Twitter page with peace symbols (see image and source article below)…

Trayvon Martin supporters on Twitter have taken their anger over the acquittal of George Zimmerman to a new level, calling for the neighborhood watch volunteer to be beheaded, Pundit Press said Tuesday.
“[J]ustice no peace so get up off my street behead zimmerman (sic),” one person said.
“Behead Zimmerman, put that sh*t in a box and send it to his mother,” added ”VeSun.”
“God telling me to behead zimmerman, (sic)” tweeted ”Q.”
“Behead Zimmerman & make it ya new avi so I know it’s real,” demanded ”yeenfreshazimiz.”
“Can we just behead Zimmerman in the national mall?? He’s clearly not guilty of doing ANYthing morally correct,” said ”TRA”
“Kill Zimmerman and anybody who supports him… And decapitate his lawyer,” said ”Tyrell McLean.”
Another Twitter user targeted Zimmerman’s brother.
“George Zimmerman’s brother should get chipped first behead the dude and send it priority mail to Zimmerman’s front door step,” suggested ”Chris Gonzo.”
A post at Fire Andrea Mitchell dated May 18, 2012 said Twitter has allowed an account named @BeheadZimmerman to exist. That account remains on Twitter, but has not been active since June 2012.

Since the case made national news last year, Twitter users — dubbed the “Twitter lynch mob” by Twitchy – have repeatedly called for Zimmerman’s murder.

Since Saturday’s acquittal, the “Twitter lynch mob” has targeted Zimmerman, his wife, attorney and the jurors on the case with death threats that clearly violate Twitter’s rules.

“You may not publish or post direct, specific threats of violence against others,” Twitter says, although the site appears to be quite lax in enforcing those rules against users who have issued threats against Zimmerman.


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