Craig Sonner

Orlando and Orange County Black Foot Soldiers are incensed at comments made by ‘so called’ black WESH weekend anchor Joe Oliver justifying twenty-eight year old racial terrorist George Zimmerman’s obvious intentional murder of seventeen year old Taylor Allderdice High School senior Trayvon Martin.

(Oliver’s comments:) “He couldn’t stop crying. He’s a caring human being. I mean, he took a man’s life and he has no idea what to do about it. He’s extremely remorseful about it. I mean I’m a black male and all that I know is that George has never given me any reason whatsoever to believe he has anything against people of color. All these people who are threatening George, what makes them any better than the person they think he is? You’ve got all these people wanting to lynch the man and they don’t know the whole story. There are huge gaps that are being filled in and interpreted without evidence. I understand how they’re able to leap to the conclusion. You have a dead teenager. This guy is white so it must be a hate crime. There’s going to be evidence to come out that basically will justify George’s concern. He (Zimmerman) confirmed for me that he was not the aggressor. But I did not go into details as to how it got to that aggressive point,” Oliver is quoted as saying.

 “Any black man willing to stand beside and speak up for this wanna be blonde haired and blue eyed white devil in the face of all the evidence against him should be treated like a white devil too. Orange County Soldiers should remember that anytime they see Joe Oliver, that he is a white devil and should be treated like one.” Orange County Black Foot Soldier Julius Perry says.

“This man spoke up for Zimmerman and justified Trayvon’s murder to us by ‘confirming’ for us that, although his friend pursued Trayvon, he (Zimmerman) was not the aggressor.  On behalf of his friend, this Uncle Tom, House Nigger asked us to believe this on behalf of Zimmerman while at the same time admitting he did not go into detail of how ‘it got to that aggressive point’. Oliver’s comments are an insult to  Trayvon’s death, our community, the journalism he claims to represent and justice.  He owes Trayvon, his family and this community an apology.” Controversial Florida Soldier Claude Neal is quoted as saying. “Fuck Joe Oliver, his eighteen year old son and everything he loves and represents. “