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A white supremacist hacker recently claimed to have accessed the e-mail and social networking accounts of murdered teen Trayvon Martin.
"The hacker, who goes by the name Klanklannon, posted what he said were Martin's private Facebook messages to the politics section ... of the anarchic message board 4chan -- called '/pol/' -- Tuesday afternoon at around noon," writes Gizmodo's Adrian Chen.
"The messages were posted on four slides, strategically arranged to back up the insane racist argument that Trayvon was a Scary Black Teenager and so somehow deserved to be killed by neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman that night," Chen writes.
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