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Facebook protects "Kill Zimmerman" page

Posted: July 15, 2013 |   Comments
Recently, a user created a page on Facebook in honor of the young slain Trayvon Martin. This would be fine, except that the title of the page is "Kill Zimmerman" and it's covered in comments advocating vengeance against George Zimmerman, who was acquitted of all charges in connection to Martin's death.

This isn't the first Facebook page created to display public anger against Zimmerman, it follows a "RIOT for Trayvon" page that Facebook took down earlier this month. The "Kill Zimmerman" page appears to be a clone of an identical page that was previously removed. Facebook has stated that the "RIOT for Trayvon" page did not violate their "community standard on credible threat of violence" and the "Kill Zimmerman" pages were found to not violate their "community standard on hate speech." Despite these statements, the pages were soon taken down after receiving media attention.
The "Kill Zimmerman" page was subsequently cloned and is currently available to view and comment on. Visitors will quickly see the insults and violent threats directed against Zimmerman and his innocent family.

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