Former White House adviser, Van Jones, tweeted the picture of MLK in a hoodie similar to Trayvon Martin’s after the “not guilty” verdict for George Zimmerman.

The George Zimmerman case ended with a “not guilty” verdict that those in favor of justice are not happy with, but the reaction from the civil rights organizations and the community will not allow this to be the end of the story.

Former White House adviser, Van Jones, who resigned under duress over his past activism as well as “crude” remarks he made about Republicans, took to Twitter on Sunday morning after the verdict came in and posted a powerful picture of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr., in a hoodie similar to that Trayvon Martin was wearing the night he was gunned down by George Zimmerman.

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  2. Confused American on said:

    “Those who want justice” (says this article)….? Hmmm..Iam confused are you (whomever you or you’ll are) confused about our legal system? The latin guy (Zimmerman and not white like the media claims) was taken to court after the local police department determined no wrong doing was done. By the way our american judicial system really works, no evidence showed that Zimmerman broke any laws, nor that he was guilty of manslaughter much less murder; why is that so hard to understand?

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