‘Kill Zimmerman’ painted on business before it’s torched


Police in a Philadelphia suburb are investigating the torching of a sign manufacturer by criminals who spray-painted “Kill Zimmerman” on the building before setting it afire the night after George Zimmerman’s acquittal in the shooting of Trayvon Martin in Florida.

According to WPVI, an ABC affiliate in Philadelphia, firefighters arrived at the blaze at ProSigns, in Downingtown, Pa., about 11:20 p.m. Sunday.

On Monday, the fire was officially ruled arson. No arrests have been made.

The TV station reported it caused about $500,000 in damage.

No injuries were reported, but you can’t help but wonder, if a fireman had died getting the arson under control, would he have looked like Obama’s son, too?

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