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Posts Tagged ‘Trayvon Martin’

Zimmerman Defense Seeking To Subpoena Trayvon Martin’s Tweets

George Zimmerman’s defense team tweeted a link announcing its Notice of Hearing where it will request the Court to consider its motion to subpoena’s Trayvon Martin’s tweets.

The fact that his team created a Twitter account demonstrates social media savvy. But its request to subpoena the dead teen’s tweets seems . . . unnecessary, particularly considering that Martin’s tweets are easily found online.

But as this is coming from a team also seeking to subpoena the boy’s middle school records to support its defense, it’s far from shocking.

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George Zimmerman’s Defense Creates A Twitter Account

It’s an unconventional move, maybe even the first of its kind: George Zimmerman’s defense lawyer has set up a Twitter account, Facebook account and blog in his client’s name.
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How Twitter, Blogs And Mainstream Media Covered The Trayvon Martin Case Differently

The Trayvon Martin case was the first US story this year to get more mainstream and new media coverage than the presidential race. But each form of media focused on different aspects of the story – from the legal ramifications to the role of race to calls for vengeance, the story’s many facets were highlighted depending on where it was being discussed.
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Racism Running Rampant On Twitter

While the “Kill Zimmerman” account that everyone is talking about today is shocking, should we really be surprised to see this on Twitter, as it follows on the heels of racist Muamba and Hunger Games tweets? The real question is – where will it end?
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