Zimmerman Brother: People Exploited Case For Their Own Agenda "I said before, there were a lot of stones to be thrown in the bucket, and a lot of hands went in the bucket to throw the stones. There was a lot of opportunity for people’s self-aggrandizing, to drive their own agendas, and anybody who was looking for an easy target found one in a person who could not defend himself because he was labeled a racist. Again, once you’re labeled a racist, once you become the most hated man in America as he was described, the natural enemy of a lot of people who happened to be black who were misled by celebrities into believing that my brother was a racist … [Jesse Jackson saying Zimmerman had shot Martin] in the back of the head, Al Sharpton repeating even in front of a government body in Sanford, the Sanford Town Hall meeting that took place in reaction to this that he was told not to get out of the truck and he still got out of the truck, it’s beyond fictitious. It’s deliberate. And a lot of people had their hands in that bucket to throw stones. NBC, for their ratings. People who want to attack ALEC for their own motivations. But the motivation of one person is really what matters here – why did George use his firearm to defend himself?"