Monday, November 18, 2013

George "The New OJ" Zimmerman

Have you ever seen a building implode? It is unsettling, magnificent, destruction when you watch a structure once designed to ascend into the sky for all eternity collapse into itself. I almost feel guilty admitting how breath taking it is to me. The buildings that I have seen seem to just fold into themselves as if someone suddenly pulled out the last pin that was holding it together. In reality the implosion is a planned series of explosions or events from within that cause a devastating demise. To me the ultimate irony is the fact that the victor's who accomished the architectural feat, had to idea that fate would have their work undone.
Such is the on going delicious 
saga of George Zimmerman. Or as I like to call him the new O.J.

Zimmerman was arrested following a disturbance on Nov. 18, 2013 at a Fla. home and is being held without bail on charges that he threatened his girlfriend with a shotgun according to the Seminole county Sherrifs Department.

Zimmerman, 30, was taken into custody Monday afternoon following a disturbance call at a home in Apopka, Fla., about 15 miles from Orlando, according to Chief Deputy Dennis Lemma of the Seminole County Sheriff's office.
In July, Zimmerman was acquitted of second-degree murder in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
Lemma told reporters that Zimmerman has been charged with aggravated assault, battery, domestic violence, and criminal mischief.
"The victim indicated that she and George Zimmerman were having a verbal dispute and at that time she alleged that he had broken a table and pointed a long barrel shotgun at her," said Lemma.


On Feb. 26, 2012, Zimmerman shot and killed Martin, who was 17-years-old and unarmed at the time of his death. It took several weeks for police to arrest Zimmerman for the shooting, setting off waves of protests across the nation. Zimmerman, who was acting as a volunteer neighborhood watchman at the time of the shooting, claimed he shot Martin in self-defense during an altercation.

On July 13, Zimmerman was acquitted of second-degree murder by a six-person jury. 
Since the acquittal, Zimmerman has had several run-ins with law enforcement. He was stopped for speeding in Texas about two weeks after his acquittal, and pulled over twice more in Florida (once for speeding and once for overly tinted windows and improperly displayed tags) over the next few months. And in September, police were called to the home of his estranged wife, Shellie, after she told a police dispatcher that he threatened her with a gun. No charges were filed in that incident.

The PRBrown Report promise:
Each and every time George "The New OJ" Zimmerman screws up, (and he will again). You can read about it here.


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