George Zimmerman, Gun Violence, Trayvon Martin

George Zimmerman Shot in the Face During Road Rage Incident


Trayvon martin’s killer, George Zimmerman messed with the wrong one this time. The acquitted murderer was reportedly shot in the face in a road rage incident near Orlando, Florida.

FOX 35 TV reports Zimmerman and two men argued during a road rage incident in Lake Mary, Florida.

One of the men produced a handgun and shot Zimmerman. FOX 35 reports Zimmerman received a minor flesh wound.

Zimmerman famously shot and killed 17-year-old Martin as the Miami teenager cut through a subdivision on his way to his father’s girlfriend’s apartment. Martin was carrying a can of iced tea and a bag of Skittles when he died.

Zimmerman claimed self-defense under Florida’s “stand Your Ground” law — even though Martin was unarmed.

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The DOJ will “NOT” Charge Zimmerman For Killing Trayvon Martin



While we all await and hold our breath for Attorney General Eric Holder and the Justice Department on two separate investigations, one sparked by the summer shooting of an unarmed teenager in Ferguson, Missouri, the department is going to first announce its findings in the killing of Trayvon Martin.

According to ABC News the Justice Department will not be filing charges against the self-appointed neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman for the killing of the unarmed teen.

Although it seems Martin was killed like yesterday, Thursday marks three years to the day since Trayvon was killed. Federal prosecutors concluded there is not enough sufficient evidence to prove Zimmerman, of Sanford, Fla., intentionally violated Martin’s civil rights, sources told ABC News.

In Sanford, race-related tensions had been simmering for nearly a century, but Martin’s death “was the proverbial ‘straw that broke the camel’s back,’” bringing “those issues to the surface,” the new Sanford police chief, Cecil Smith, recently told federal officials.

Privately and publicly, Justice Department officials have been telegraphing all along that they were unlikely to file charges against Zimmerman.

How disappointing, I’m glad Attorney General Eric Holder is resigning, yes he needs to hit the road! Seems he failed to see the obvious handwriting on the wall.

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Trayvon Martin Juror: George Zimmerman belongs in prison!


George Zimmerman belongs in prison … this, coming from one of the jurors in the Trayvon Martin case who kept him OUT of prison.

Juror B29 who identifies herself as Maddy — tells TMZ, she always had a bad feeling about Zimmerman, despite finding him not guilty of murdering Trayvon … a verdict she begrudgingly reached through a strict interpretation of the law.

Now, she says Zimmerman’s domestic violence arrest is proof he’s not freedom-worthy … “God is showing George’s true side … [George] is continuing to dig himself a bigger grave.” 

The juror believes Zimmerman will continue to commit violent acts until someone lays down the law  … telling us, “He NEEDS to do some type of time … He thinks he is invincible.”

She’s a little too late to be adding her opinion now, especially since she and her peers set this killer free.

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Zimmerman’s Attorney Mark O’Mara Quits!

George Zimmerman's attorney quits

George Zimmerman’s attorney, Mark O’Mara, dropped the self-appointed acquitted, neighborhood watchman like a bad habit.

O’Mara called it quits after Zimmerman was taken into custody following a domestic dispute with his estranged wife Shellie.

ABC News reports that O’Mara announced his decision to no longer represent Zimmerman one day after he joined CNN as a legal analyst. He hinted that his departure may have resulted from an apparent dispute involving unpaid attorney fees.

During an appearance on CNN Monday night, O’Mara said Zimmerman had a gun on his person, but that he “acted appropriately” and he didn’t draw his weapon.

But O’Mara seemed to reach the end of his rope with his arrogant client. When asked if he had any advice for Zimmerman, O’Mara answered, “Pay me.”

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“Zimmerman supposedly had no gun during domestic dispute”

Shellie Zimmerman

But, according to Lake Mary (Florida) police, Zimmerman did not have a gun during a domestic dispute with his wife, Shellie, at his father-in-law’s house yesterday.

However, later on during an interview on CNN, O’Mara (Zimmerman’s attorney) admitted Zimmerman did have a gun on him, but “He never took the weapon out.”

The conflicting stories proves just how far the police community in Florida will go to protect their famous citizen.

Shellie declined to press charges — despite telling police George punched her father in the face and cut her iPad with a pocket knife.

O’Mara called the dispute “Silly stuff” over divvying up “pots and pans and dishes,” in the wake of a divorce filing by Shellie.

Zimmerman’s friend, Frank Taafe called Shellie “a convicted perjurer” who was upset because Zimmerman arrived at the home with a blond woman. Zimmerman’s acquittal is giving his ego boost a feel of fame that’s enjoying.

On HLN’s Dr “Drew On Call” Monday night, Taafe said, “George and Shellie were separated” on the night Trayvon was shot and killed by Zimmerman. He said Shellie had already moved out of their marital house and was “staying with a friend” 2 weeks before the shooting.

This information was never made public for obvious reasons.

Instead of keeping a low profile, Zimmerman has been pulled over for speeding twice, and he toured the gun factory where the weapon he used to shoot Trayvon was made.