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Fake News - George Zimmerman Arrested While Visiting Ferguson

2014-08-26T12:50:10 -  +
Fake News - George Zimmerman Arrested While Visiting Ferguson

The article: "George Zimmerman Arrested While Visiting Ferguson," published on fake or news satirical website: www.nationalreport.net, is NOT true. George Zimmerman was NOT arrested in Ferguson, Missouri and did not have an altercation outside of a Dunkin’ Donuts with two black teenagers. The fake news is spreading on the internet like wildfire.

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The articles on the website 'www.nationalreport.net' are all fictional and should not be taken as facts.

The Fake News: George Zimmerman Arrested While Visiting Ferguson

George Zimmerman Arrested While Visiting Ferguson

George Zimmerman

Florida neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman, who was acquitted in July of 2013 of all charges related to the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, was arrested Wednesday morning in Ferguson, Missouri after an altercation outside of a Dunkin’ Donuts, where Zimmerman allegedly aimed a handgun at two black teenagers who confronted him.

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  • Posted: Sep 9, 2014 at 9:29 AM by an anonymous user from or near: Jonesboro, Georgia, United States

    This is not satire, its political propaganda. Whoever writes this stuff must be held accountable and this rag must be shut down immediately.

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