George Zimmerman, who was acquitted of murdering unarmed teen  Trayvon Martin back in 2012, retweeted a picture of the 17-year-old’s dead body lying the grass.

George Zimmerman’s Trayvon Martin Tweet

The post Zimmerman retweeted was made by Twitter user @SeriousSlav, who’d captioned the image, “Z-Man is a one man army.” Unsurprisingly, the tweet resulted in angry backlash, and Twitter soon deleted it.

Left on Zimmerman’s Twitter, however, are a number of equally incendiary tweets he sent out subsequently. After Twitter deleted his Trayvon Martin post, he posted a montage of Wanted posters with his name on it, asking, “I wonder when Twitter will take these images down???”

“Gee.. I sure hate offending people that have plotted and tried to kill me and my family…” he captioned a meme with President Barack Obama and Bryce Williams, the journalist, who shot dead two former coworkers.

“As much as I love owning all you trolls I have to work… On my tan!” Zimmerman wrote with a picture of himself smoking a cigar. “Tell ‘Karma’ she’s worthless, God protects me.”