Robert Zimmerman Apologizes for Trayvon Martin Tweet
Robert Zimmerman Jr., the elder brother of George Zimmerman, apologized on CNN’s Piers Morgan Live for an outrageous tweet he posted of Trayvon Martin beside accused killer De’Marquis Elkins. "I understand it's controversial and I apologize for it and I'm sincere about that. I shouldn't have done it this way," he said.
(Photo: Courtesy Piers Morgan Live via CNN)
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