Family sues Spike Lee for tweeting wrong address for George Zimmerman

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The family residing at the address Spike Lee tweeted shortly after the George Zimmerman verdict is suing the famous director.

David and Elaine McClain claim that Lee was so filled with hate that he put the wrong address on social media, placing the elderly couple in harm’s way.

From TMZ:

In the lawsuit … the McClains say they received numerous death threats and hate mail … and feared for their lives as their address was re-Tweeted countless times.

U.S. Attorney General: ‘Zimmerman charges still possible’

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U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said that while the U.S. Justice Department has not decided whether to file federal civil rights charges against George Zimmerman, it is possible.

Zimmerman was found not guilty in July for the 2012 killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.

Martin was shot and killed by the neighborhood watchman while walking home from the convenience store in south Florida.

Juror B-29: ‘the Zimmerman trial ruined my life’

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Juror B-29 in the George Zimmerman trial says that her life was ruined because of the polarizing case.

The juror, only identifying herself as Maddy during interviews with media, says she lost her job at a nursing home, lost friends and has received death threats.

“On Facebook someone wrote that I’m going to feel the same pain as Trayvon Martin’s mom … meaning I’m going to lose my son,” Maddy told Inside Edition in an exclusive interview.

White woman who posted racist Halloween picture fired

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A Florida woman who posted a photo on her Instagram page of two white men portraying the Trayvon Martin shooting has been fired from her job.

Caitlin Cimeno was seen pictured with the men earlier this week. William Filene, dressed as Trayvon Martin appeared in blackface with a stained hoodie. The photo caused outrage online and as a result, Cimeno deleted all of her social media accounts.

Parents upset at approved Trayvon Martin Day

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Parents at a Pittsburgh high school were upset at an approved school theme in honor of Trayvon Martin.

The Carrick High School homecoming committee and school voted to allow the theme as part of the school’s spirit week.

Parents did not agree with children being encouraged to wear hoodies to school during the day’s theme.