WATCH: This Woman's Twitter Campaign Ends Book Project by Zimmerman Juror B37

Bye-Bye Book Project: Twitter User Puts A Stop to Juror B37

ByBY ALICIA MENENDEZ
July 16, 2013, 12:51 PM

July 16, 2013— -- Genie Lauren proves that the internet can literally change something overnight. Lauren, who goes by the handle @MoreAndAgain, launched a Change.org campaign in response to juror B 37. The now infamous juror was one of six women who acquitted George Zimmerman in the death of Trayvon Martin. She was also the first to secure a literary agent.

Lauren, who says she was very disappointed with the outcome of the trial, took to Twitter claiming she didn't want the juror to profit from the tragic event with a book deal. When she discovered that the literary agent involved was Sharlene Martin, she created the Change.org petition and used Twitter to get people to sign it.

By the time she woke up the next morning, she had more than 1,000 signatures. Watch what she has to say in the video above.

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