Damon Feldman, promoter for the celebrity boxing match involving George Zimmerman, took to Twitter today and officially announced that the event has been cancelled.
TMZ reports that Feldman tweeted,
“Just looked at my son and daughter today wow I’m so lucky those people must be in so much pain … all you people are right.”
On February 7, 2014, we wrote here about the fake match, why it should be cancelled, and posted the link to the petition to cancel the match. The petition picked up steam through social media, including Twitter. With a goal of 100,000 signatures, the petition now has 98,583 signatures as of the writing of this article.
Thank you Damon Feldman for doing the right thing.
“Make a living.” Those words were spoken by Frank Taaffe Wednesday night on Nancy Grace’s program in response to her saying that George Zimmerman’s celebrity boxing match is disrespectful.
People who make a living by killing another human are called assassins, not celebrities.
Here is a recap of George Zimmerman’s living before he killed Trayvon Martin, while awaiting trial, and since his acquittal.
In August 2009, while in Kohl’s, George called the police on his Landlord, saying that the Landlord was trying to take his money for rent. George told the police that the house was in foreclosure and he didn’t have to pay rent. Over two years later, George was living in that same residence on February 26, 2012, the day he killed Trayvon Martin. Read the rest of this entry