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George Zimmerman has been taken into custody after his estranged wife called police to her father’s house, saying the former neighborhood watch volunteer who was acquitted of murder threatened her with a gun.
Lake Mary Police Chief Steve Bracknell tells The Associated Press that Shellie Zimmerman called police shortly after 2 p.m. Monday.
This comes days after she filed for divorce from George Zimmerman....More>>>
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DurangoRaider wrote: It was believed by many of us that:1) Zimmerman should have been acquitted due to lack of evidence beyond a reasonable doubt; and,2) that Zimmerman was a hot head who probably started the whole thing (though there was not evidence beyond a reasonable doubt)This new incident seems to confirm that. I think that psychologically when people know they are guilty and that they "got away with it" - sometimes they lose it and escalate their behavior until caught (see OJ.)
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McGyver8 wrote: According to NBC Nightly News: Each side blames the other for starting the incident. Zimmerman was not taken into custody and no one wants to press charges.End of story.
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LAKE MARY, Fla- Lake Mary Police are now questioning the validity of several statements Shellie Zimmerman made when she told 911 dispatchers her estranged husband, George Zimmerman, threatened her and her father at gunpoint Monday afternoon.
“We did not find a gun, did not locate a weapon,” said Zach Hudson, public information officer with the Lake Mary Police Department. “Nobody ever saw a gun. A gun is not part of this story.” Continue reading →
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papidad wrote: Zimmerman is not the "stay in your truck" kind of guy. ;). He's the kinda guy that Jimmy Johnson used to talk about....." You never did it but you were always around".
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JtechD wrote: McGyver8 wrote: According to NBC Nightly News: Each side blames the other for starting the incident. Zimmerman was not taken into custody and no one wants to press charges.End of story.No, sir, it's not the end of the story. This guy's on a power trip, and I suspect he's very unstable. It MAY be the end of this particular episode (or it may not...there were surveillance cameras in the residence and law enforcement is reviewing same -- and, as in Texas, the state can pursue prosecution regardless of whether the victim(s) wish to press charges), but I doubt it's the end of Zimmerman's sad, bad story.And the foregoing is coming from a guy who wrote at length that there was no way he could rationallly be convicted in the Martin matter. I stand by that position, for the reasons stated by Durango above, but I'm no longer at all certain that he's just "a fat ass wannabe but not a murder" (or so my mantra went on all those long ago threads). He may very well be a murderer in fact, though not legally. And he's killing himself from a civil liability standpoint, imho.Fat ass wannabe on a power trip. Not a good combination. Wouldn't surprise me if his lawyers decide to withdraw from further representation. Between the cross country speeding exploits, the tours of the gun factory, and now this, they clearly can't control him. A client who won't work with me soon finds himself to be an ex-client. I genuinely detest this guy, and I was one of his biggest defenders (and I detested him then, too). All that said, the jury still got it right from a legal standpoint. They did their jobs honorably. I almost (but not quite) wish they hadn't done their work so honorably now that I'm getting a better picture of what this creep is all about. But I only almost wish that. The bigger picture can't be lost, so he had to be acquitted.
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