Robert Zimmerman Jr. will appear on Piers Morgan Live tonight to talk about his brother George Zimmerman, the death of Trayvon Martin, and the ensuing protests that have spread across the country.
Almost immediately after the jury announced that George Zimmerman was not guilty of second-degree murder or manslaughter, Robert Zimmerman Jr. sat down with Piers Morgan to talk about the verdict.
Zimmerman Jr. said that his brother was still trying to comprehend that he was officially a free man.
Zimmerman Jr. said: “He is still processing the reality or notion of being a free man, of having what the judge described as no further business before the court.”
He also talked about the protests and riots that have occurred in the wake of the verdict and said that George and his family George and his family will never be completely safe.
Zimmerman Jr. added: “There are factions, there are groups, there are people that would want to take the law into their own hands as they perceive it, or be vigilante’s in some sense… They think that justice was not served, they won’t respect the verdict no matter how it was reached and they will always present a threat to George and his family.”
Robert Zimmerman Jr.’s full interview will air tonight on CNN. You can watch a few clips from the interview below.