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What is the Story With George Zimmerman ???

September 9th, 2013 by Michael Tabor

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I am 50 years old and have never been arrested in my entire life; this is the case one can only surmise for all or at least the majority of solid citizens who are law – abiding and choose not to break the law. George Zimmerman was acquitted of second-degree murder and all manslaughter charges on July 13, 2013 in one of the most notorious and celebrated trials in recent history and already he’s getting into trouble.

Mr. Zimmerman’s wife, Shellie (incidentally she’s planning on divorcing him now) is alleging that her husband threatened her while brandishing a knife as well as a firearm. I know that Zimmerman has not been indicted and certainly, legally speaking, this has no connection with the Trayvon Martin case but wow, this certainly raises a red flag in terms of what type of person Zimmerman is.

So, WhaDaYaThink ? What do you think? Does this latest incident make you think twice about whether or not the jury rendered the correct verdict in the aforementioned Martin case or do you suppose this was just an unconnected coincidence ???

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4 Responses to “What is the Story With George Zimmerman ???”

  1. Colleen Vinson Says:

    I didn’t think the jury got it right in the first place, but just like OJ, who also got away with murder, this guy will f up and eventually land in jail where h should be.

  2. Rick Says:

    If its true. Im sure Mrs Zimmerman is under stress hiding away from the public eye and is getting sick of it. Florida law shows the state had no case and thats why hes free (Or is he?) I wouldn’t want his current life.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Does this latest escapade “make me think twice about the jury verdict?” Heck no, I agree with Colleen. I always thought he was guilty and I think his actions since his acquittal just prove the type of man(?) he is. I don’t believe it was Florida Law that let him walk, it was the faulty interpretation of the jury. Funny how the 911 tape of Zimmerman talking to the operator while he stalked and chased Trayvon Martin was never heard again!

    What kills me is that as soon as he left the courthouse, he was allowed possession of his gun again. I would like to believe (though I’m doubtful it will happen) that his latest action will keep a legal gun out of his hands for life. If he can’t control his temper…………………….well, we all know what can happen. Granted, regardless of what happens, nothing will keep an illegal gun out of his hands.

  4. Michael Tabor Says:

    Whether or not the jury was misguided, the defense had superior representation, or alas the state of Florida failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Zimmerman was guilty, I too, personally thought Zimmerman was guilty of at least manslaughter. The 911 tape was indeed compelling enough evidence to suggest that Zimmerman had already made up his mind that Trayvon Martin “was “bad news.” Of course this is just my opinion based on all the information I knew about the case and the truth of the matter is only Zimmerman and the deceased knew what really went down.

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