George Zimmerman’s Brother Questions Whether Trayvon Martin Was High Off ‘Lean’

Robert Zimmerman came to his brother George’s defense during an interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan.

Zimmerman told Morgan and viewers, “We have to grow from this.”

The younger Zimmerman wants to probe “what make people angry enough to attack someone the way Trayvon Martin did.”

Robert then questioned whether Martin was looking to obtain guns, grow marijuana and making lean.

“I want to know, if it is true and I don’t know if it’s true that Trayvon Martin was looking to procure firearms, was growing marijuana plants or was making lean,” he said.

Much of the nation is stunned after a jury found George Zimmerman not guilty in the death of Trayvon Martin.

The jury, comprised of six women, deliberated for more than 16 hours before reaching their decision Saturday night.

Martin left his father’s fiancé’s home on a rainy Feb. 26 night to pick up snacks. Zimmerman, who was acting as neighborhood watch, pursued Martin after deeming the Miami-Dade teen suspicious.

Zimmerman shot 17-year-old Martin following a confrontation. Zimmerman alleged he was acting in self-defense.

Watch Robert Zimmerman’s CNN Piers Morgan Interview Below

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