An anonymous retailer is apparently trying to make money off the Trayvon Martin controversy.
Shooting targets displaying the likeness of the deceased 17-year-old are being sold online.
There's no face inside the hoodie, but the bag of skittles and the bottle of iced tea makes it clear that the paper target is supposed to be Trayvon Martin.
A pack of 10 targets has been selling online for $8.00 plus $7.50 shipping.
We talked to one man who told us the targets are, "Ridiculous. I mean, people making money off of this?"
A woman we spoke with said, "It's sick. It's sick."
The seller has not revealed their name, but says the response has been overwhelming and the targets sold out in two days.
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