Mister Zimmerman was stopped for speeding in his vehicle for one who is in fear of their life he doesn't appear to have a problem driving the roads in Florida. He does of course still have his gun.
There is a video of the stop I just didn't bother to take down the link.
Zimmerman was stopped while driving here in the State of Texas, while he was breaking the law, by speeding. But this time, instead of getting off scott free, he did receive a warning. What is it about this guy that he gets off of everything??? My son has gotten tickets for just going 5 miles over the speed limit while on the way to a softball game.
I wondered at the end of the trail if GZ would ever carry a gun again, I thought surely after what had happened, he probably wouldn't even want to touch another gun. I thought it must weigh heavily on his mind that he actually did kill a young man, even if he did go free afterwards. But apparently not.
I know that in the eyes of the law, he was found not guilty. He has the right to continue his life anyway he sees fit. I also have the right to my own opinion. I don't agree with the verdict, and I surely don't want him in my State, carrying a gun.
I agree with you KT Banks.
It has been said that every dog has its day and I do believe one day Mister Zimmerman's luck is going to run out. For those who supported Mister Zimmerman with an attitude such that he has I hope a love one of these supporters doesn't one day run into Mister Zimmerman when he is once again in a killing mood.
by SpanStar3 years ago
The 2 representatives who sponsored "The Stand Your Ground Law" have openly and publicly stated that Mister George Zimmerman does not qualify under the statutes of this law. ...
by Holle Abee4 years ago
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NBC_NewsThis is really hard to believe. A major news network would do something like this? Does anyone know if it's true that NBC did this?
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