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Stix Posts Apparent Letter From Zimmerman Relative Reporting He Was Leader In "Anti-Racist" Campaign
Nicholas Stix has just posted a story on his blog under the arresting headline Relative of George Zimmerman: George Stepped Up for Black Homeless Beating Victim Sherman Ware, When the Black Community Ignored Ware, but the Same Black Community, Including Ware’s Sister, Now Denounces Him as a “Racist”. Stix reproduces a letter that an emailer who claims to be a relative of George Zimmerman has sent to the NAACP and to numerous news organizations, pointing out that Zimmerman was a leader in the campaign to get the son of a Sanford police officer arrested for beating a homeless black man—an incident that has gotten extensive MSM attention because it suited the "pervasive racism" narrative.
The relative notes that this means many individuals in Sanford now trying to lynch Zimmerman must know from their personal experience that he is not "racist".
Stix has interviewed the relative and believes he is genuine. The relative also sent the email to me this morning, and it is certainly well done.
Stix reports there has been essentially no MSM response to the relative's efforts. If the story proves out, Nicholas Stix has scooped the world.