Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan has been among the vocal voices weighing in on calls for justice for Trayvon Martin, an unarmed 17-year-old who was gunned down last month while walking home in Sanford, Florida. On Wednesday, a march was held in New York City in support of the teen’s family, as federal and local authorities launch investigations into how the incident unfolded and why the state’s “stand your ground” law applied to the shooter in this case.

Farrakhan sent some curious tweets regarding peace, justice and retaliation that could be interpreted as a veiled threat.

In follow-up tweets throughout the day on Wednesday and Thursday, he had more to say regarding the tragedy and injustice more generally:

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  1. Tom says:

    Where were these piles of trash when a group of blacks attacked white children in san pedro ca.?
    Why is it when a person defends their lives or property,is it considered racial?
    Farrakham proves no matter where a moslim is from they are terrorists,so how about shipping them all to iran.

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