Crazytownblog has obtained an exclusive copy of the apology letter George Zimmerman wrote to Sybrina Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin. Do you think he's being sincere?
by David Davila (author of ADAN Y JULIO)
I'm sorry. I really am; but your son was dressed like a thug. When you let your children dress in hoodies you are giving them your permission to be thugs and you're showing that you don't care if they get shot.
As a citizen of the United States of America I have a right to be able to protect my home from thugs. Your son was a thug. He was wearing a hoodie. He was obviously a thug. I had no choice but to follow him down the street and shoot him in the back until he was dead.
When I saw him walking down the street I was scared for my life. He was obviously on the phone trying to do a drug deal or arrange for my house to be robbed. I have never been so scared for my life in all my years as a neighborhood watchmen. The choice was pretty obvious; let this thug destroy my neighborhood or kill him.
When you see a cockroach in your kitchen you don't let it walk away. You have to kill it or else there will be many, many more cockroaches in your kitchen soon. The same goes for thugs. If you let one thug into your neighborhood there will soon be many more thugs where that came from. One thug will invite his thug friends over and they'll soon be having a thug convention on the street corners. Thugs should not be allowed on street corners in the first place.
So, I apologize if this particular thug had sentimental value to you, but you see he had to be eradicated for the safety of the neighborhood as a whole. You surely understand. In the future please be advised that any children wearing hoodies will be considered thugs and will be eliminated for the safety of our neighborhood.
Except for white children, Latinos, and Asians. Asians are very good with computers, and the Latinos are only in the neighborhood to cut our lawns and we have deemed that this is an acceptable excuse.
Walking with a hoodie is not a good reason.
I apologize if this has inconvenienced you, and I hope that you can teach your children to dress in a more appropriate fashion in the future.
Thank you for your time, and have a lovely evening.