Robert Zimmerman Jr., the brother of the man who shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, apologized for his controversial and offensive tweets.
In one, Zimmerman juxtaposed a photograph of Martin with one of 17-year-old De’Marquise Elkins, one of two teenagers charged with killing a baby in Georgia.
Both Elkins and Martin appear to be flipping off the camera.
"A picture speaks a thousand words. Any questions?" the tweet reads.
In another tweet, Zimmerman writes: "Lib media shld ask if what these2 black teens did 2 a woman&baby is the reason ppl think blacks mightB risky."
Speaking on CNN’s Piers Morgan Live on Wednesday night, he apologized for the messages, saying they weren’t the "right thing to do."