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As if his first round of commentary didn’t get him in enough hot water, television personality Geraldo Rivera is talking about Trayvon Martin again.

Back in March, Geraldo blamed Trayvon’s choice to wear a hoodie as a factor that led Trayvon to meet his death by the hands of neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman stating: 

“I’ll bet you money, if he didn’t have that hoodie on, that nutty neighborhood watch guy wouldn’t have responded in that violent and aggressive way,” while on Fox News with Bill O’Reilly.

STORY: Evidence In The Trayvon Martin Case…

Geraldo received massive backlash for the commentary and subsequently apologized to the Martin family during an interview about his words. 

But now, after 200 pages worth of evidence and videos relevant to the case have surfaces, Geraldo is back to his old tricks. 

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During yet another appearance on the Bill O’Reilly show on Friday, Geraldo said the 7-Eleven tape shows that Trayvon was dressed in “thug wear” prior to his murder.

“I think what’s far more significant is what Trayvon Martin looked like on that night, Bill,” he said. “Aside from the fact that he’s dressed in that thug wear — look at the size of him, he’s not a little kid.”

“If this young man was a stranger to George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin looks just like the people who had been burglarizing and victimizing that neighborhood for the last six months,” Rivera continued.

When O’Reilly said that Rivera was “profiling” Martin, Rivera claimed that the assumption was “based on a reasonable comparison.”

The new commentary negates Geraldo’s initial apology for his comments and displays blatant disregard for the Martin family. 

When is this guy going to learn to zip it?!