Just seeing or hearing his name, makes my blood boil. How much can one man get away with?
Now, it seems to me that a person with at least a tad bit of common sense would count himself lucky and strive to be a law abiding citizen after, in my opinion, getting away with murder.
Not George Zimmerman.
Since being acquitted of killing Trayvon Martin, he has been stopped for traffic offenses three times in barely more than two months.
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Zimmerman's in-laws have also reported a theft at a home which they own where he is the tenant. Police said the matter is a landlord - tenant dispute and that other people besides Zimmerman may have been staying at the residence.
But the most disturbing incident that Zimmerman has been involved in since his July acquittal is the domestic dispute between him and his estranged wife, Shellie. Allegations were made that George Zimmerman punched his father-in-law in the nose, was carrying a gun and smashed his wife's iPad which she had been using to record the dispute. While he was briefly handcuffed, no charges were filed due to a lack of evidence.
It seems that no matter what George Zimmerman does, he comes out smelling like a rose and it seems like the police are always on his side.
But that may finally be changing. Following the domestic dispute, Lake Mary police Chief Steve Bracknell revealed that in his opinion George Zimmerman may be a threat to public safety.
I just hope it doesn’t take more innocent people dead by the hand of George Zimmerman to prove that Chief Bracknell is right.