George Zimmerman's family has written a letter saying he questioned the Sanford Police Department's handling of the beating of a black homeless man by the son of a police officer, wftv.com reports.
The letter said Zimmerman is not a racist and, in fact, tried to organize the black community against "this horrible miscarriage of justice," according to the website.
To read the article, go to wftv.com.
Report: Zimmerman's family wrote letter saying he criticized Sanford police over homeless man's beating
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