George Zimmerman's defense team tried desperately to convince both a Florida court and the court of public opinion that the acquitted 29-year-old neighborhood watchman accused in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin is not a racist.
But, if the walls of social media could talk from days long past, they might reveal the rants of a racist with a self-loating for people within his own racial community and a man who has gotten off for crime in the past.
While I haven't had time to finish writing up my own response to the tragically all too predictable acquittal of George Zimmerman by a nearly all-white jury in the slaying of Trayvon Martin, new evidence emerging from Zimmerman's "Myspace" account of days long past shows just how heartlessly he treated "Mexicans" and other racial minorities. These alleged records also include what could prove to be even more startling admissions from America's most famous pretend-cop, such as comments in which he alluded to having evaded the criminal justice system by way of letting others take the hit for him, serving jail-time in his place. The Box Houston has the story: