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Trayvon Martin's killer George Zimmerman placed a phone call to 911 where he uttered a racial slur while in pursuit of Martin, February 26, 2012.

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Trayvon Martin’s killer, George Zimmerman, after a month of silence, on Friday emerged in the form of a voicemail left on the answering machine of his most vocal supporter.

Frank Taaffe, a former block captain at the Sanford, Florida gated community where Zimmerman shot 17-year-old Martin on February 26, said Zimmerman left a message on his phone, which Taaffe released to the media on Friday:

“Hey Mr. Taaffe,” the message began. “This is George. Um, first and foremost, I wanted to say I am very sorry for the loss of your son, and, um, I can’t imagine what you must be going through. Um, secondly, I wanted to thank you for doing everything you’ve been doing. Um, I know you don’t have to, and I appreciate it, and you’re truly setting an example for me for the future of, uh, doing the right thing even when it’s tough, and, uh, I appreciate it. I’ll talk to you soon. Thanks.”

The message came from an unknown number.

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