(Orlando Sentinel) At age 49, Junior Alexander Guy got his first cell phone last month. The calls started immediately.
By Day 2 he figured out what was going on: T-Mobile had given him the phone number formerly used by George Zimmerman, the Neighborhood Watch volunteer who fatally shot Trayvon Martin in February.
Strangers called at all hours. Some were insulting. Others angry. Sometimes, they threatened him.
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"You deserve to die!"