SEE IT: George Zimmerman Retweets Photo of Trayvon Martin’s Body

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George Zimmerman has again sparked outrage, this time by retweeting a photo of Trayvon Martin’s body. (Twitter)

George Zimmerman, who was acquitted in the 2012 shooting death of Florida teen Trayvon Martin, has again sparked outrage after he retweeted a photo of Martin’s body.

The tweet, which can be seen above, has since been deleted by Twitter. It was from a Zimmerman fan, who said, “Z-man is a one man army.” The anger directed toward Zimmerman hasn’t seemed to bother him:

Zimmerman, 31, has not shied away from the spotlight since he was found not guilty of second-degree murder in the Martin case. Last month he teamed up with an anti-Muslim Florida gun shop owner to raise money by painting a Confederate flag.

Zimmerman has also been arrested on domestic violence charges, and was shot during a road rage incident earlier this year.

His tweets from the account @TherealGeorgeZ have caused angry reactions in the past. Here are some of his recent posts and retweets: