George Zimmerman Retweets Photo of Trayvon Martin's Body

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Zimmerman was tagged in a tweet that was captioned "Z-Man is a one man army."

George Zimmerman, the Florida man who was acquitted in the 2012 death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, is back in the headlines again for retweeting an image of Martin's body.

According to Mother Jones News, Zimmeran was tagged in a tweet that shared a photo of Martin's body lying the grass after he had been shot with the caption "Z-Man is a one man army." Zimmerman retreated the photo to his 11,000 followers. Twitter deleted the image days later.

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Yesterday, Zimmerman began tweeting posts, demanding that Twitter remove images of his "Wanted" poster. Zimmerman continued on his Twitter rant, which he ended by sharing a photo of him smoking a cigar on the beach.

"As much as I love owning all you trolls I have to work… On my tan!" he wrote. "Tell 'Karma' she's worthless, God protects me." 

Zimmerman's attorneys have not responded to the incident. 

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