Can you believe the amount of EVIL in a Trayvon Martin shooting target?
The silhouette on the paper target is faceless. But the hoodie, the Skittles and the iced tea leave nothing to the imagination. This is meant to be Trayvon Martin, the unarmed 17-year-old shot to death in February in Sanford, Florida.
Skittles brand candy is clearly depicted in the targets. The Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company, a division of Mars Inc., produces and markets Skittles. They could stop the sale of these targets by taking legal action against the Hiller Armament Company, which sells the targets online.
Stop the sale of these targets by signing our petition (at the link) to The Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company and Mars Inc.
Posted on May 14, 2012, in Art, blogs, crime, editorial, ethics, Internet, Legal, News, Opinion, Politics, Press, quote, Racism, Warning, Word from Bill and tagged February, Florida, Hoodie, Iced tea, Sanford Florida, Shooting range, Skittle, Trayvon Martin, WKMG-TV. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Can you believe the amount of EVIL in a Trayvon Martin shooting target?.