The Trayvon Martin documentary that is headed by the collaboration of Jay-Z and the Paramount Channel has George Zimmerman feeling some type of way. The Blast reports the killer of Trayvon recently stalked the private investigator who contacted victims that participated in the documentary and now the victims are fearful of a retaliation.
George Zimmerman was charged with stalking private investigator Dennis Warren who had contact with alleged victims of the shooter. Zimmerman was attempting to find out who the investigator spoke to, as expected the investigator would not provide details on who the participants were. Warren is also legally bound by a non-disclosure agreement while working on the show.
Zimmerman pled not guilty to the charges but court reports state he sent over 60 texts, nearly 30 emails and numerous other methods of attempting to contact Warren over a nine-day period.
Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story premieres on July 30.