Officer Puts His Gun He Used In Killing Black Teen On Auction

George Zimmerman hopes to fetch at least $5,000 for the gun he used to fatally shot unarmed teen Trayvon Martin in 2012.

We can’t make up our minds on how one can arrogantly display the executing of a human being as an act of pride. It’s disheartening to see when a bloody murder of an innocent child that caused so much pain to grieving parents, is turned into some sort of “entertainment,” this is beyond pathetic.

Would it shock you to learn that George Zimmerman, known as an officer who gunned down an unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin in 2012, has listed his firearm for auction that may bring him $5,000 profit?

The next logical question that arises is why the man charged with second-degree murder in shooting had gotten the weapon back? It seems that the officer feels no guilt about the violent killing of Martin. Rather, he interprets the incident as an attempt of Martin to assault him and poses himself as a victim.

Take a look at the online description Zimmerman attached to the gun:

“I am honored and humbled to announce the sale of an American Firearm Icon. The firearm for sale is the firearm that was used to defend my life and end the brutal attack from Trayvon Martin on 2/26/2012 … Many have expressed interest in owning and displaying the firearm including The Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C. This is a piece of American History.”

Black people of America can’t be more outraged by this absolutely despicable action. The auction is the evidence which serves to prove that over the course of time people of color became no better treated than they used to be. Hopefully, George Zimmerman will live out the rest of his days with the majority of Blacks despising him.

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