It's like Justice is catching up with George. It didn't in the courtroom, so maybe this is the alternative ! . . . or worse is coming !
But I've thought all along HE provoked the Martin confrontation and since he killed the ONLY other witness, he was literally getting away with murder. Maybe Travon deserved some reality too, but death is a little over-board. In the old days before so much gun prevalence, they'd just had a big fight... some bruises, and both gone home ! End of story !
Well, I think justice was served before but I won't getinto it again as that's a done deal. What he does now or doesnt do will have to be judged independently. I hope he can be of good service to his community and stay out of trouble. He probably should move to change his environment. But in any case he shouldn't get physical with his wife.
My son has had a long list of legal trouble. All of which he has created. He had a job offering out of the area but refuse to leave the area. I couldn't convince him. What happened? He's gotten in trouble twice since then.
If we don't count our blessings We are just wasting our time
Not making excuses for him. Everyone knows my feelings on domestic violence. He broke someone's iPad. He shouldn't have done that. Did he strike her? Did she strike him? Did her father strike either one of them?
Appears no charges were filed. Dave
He broke her iPad. Some news has suggested he had good reason to do that. Police have sent it to a lab to see if then can get a video his wife recorded of the confrontation that may corroborate her side of the story. As it is now, there was not enough evidence to charge him with anything.
You guys who watch all those TV series nites and talk about them here, well you're missing real life series with more twists and turns than intestines!!
Police answered a 911 call from Shellie Zimmerman on Monday afternoon during which she said George Zimmerman had threatened her and her father with a weapon. Officers detained George Zimmerman but never arrested him, police said. Detectives later came to the home to interview him.
The question of the gun became confused later when police told reporters there was no gun involved, but George Zimmerman's attorney told CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 that he believed his client had a firearm on him.
"He acted appropriately. He never took the weapon out," said Mark O'Mara, who is also a CNN legal analyst. O'Mara said he never saw the gun.
(CNN) -- Mark O'Mara, the attorney who successfully defended George Zimmerman in his second-degree murder trial this year, will no longer represent his notorious client.
"I am not representing George Zimmerman in his recent domestic altercation case or his impending divorce case," O'Mara told CNN.
The medical examiner who performed Trayvon Martinís autopsy and testified at George Zimmermanís trial has been fired. Heís now suing the state of Florida for $100 million.
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