Oh, For Crying Out Loud… George Zimmerman Arrested AGAIN!

Filed in National by on November 18, 2013

Hope those jurors who let Zimmerman walk sleep well at night.

The Orlando Sentinel reported that Zimmerman was en route to the Seminole County Jail in Sanford, according to Sheriff Don Eslinger.

The Sentinel said it was not clear what happened or what crime he’s accused of committing, but just before 1:30 p.m., Eslinger confirmed that Zimmerman had been arrested.

WESH-TV reported that Zimmerman was accused of domestic violence by a girlfriend in the unincorporated area of Apopka.

Is anyone surprised?  How many times has George had a run in with the law since he wasn’t convicted of murder?  I’ve lost count.


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  1. anon says:

    So this was domestic violence against a girlfriend and not his soon to be ex wife who called the cops on him a few months ago? Nice guy.

  2. auntie dem says:

    So glad I’ll never set foot inside Florida again.

  3. Jason330 says:

    He is the Lindsay Lohan of murderers.

  4. cassandra_m says:

    The GF is lucky that Zimmerman didn’t decide to stalk her and shoot her.

  5. Delaware Dem says:

    The universe has its own way of delivering justice when our criminal justice system fails us. Remember OJ Simpson. Simpson is a double murderer, but he escaped conviction for that crime, only to be done in by his own vanity in a robbery attempt. And now, in his 60′s, he is serving a 30 year sentence.

    I have no doubt that George Zimmerman will eventually serve a great deal of time in prison. He seems to be a truly evil and violent person.

  6. pandora says:

    And here are the details so far…

    George Zimmerman was charged Monday with aggravated assault with a weapon, battery and criminal mischief after his girlfriend claimed he pointed a long-barreled shotgun at her inside their residence, Florida police told reporters during a press conference Monday.

    After police responded to her 911 call, Zimmerman pushed his girlfriend out of the home in Apopka, and barricaded himself inside. A table was broken inside the residence, and Zimmerman was not holding a weapon at the time. Police said there were at least two weapons inside the home.

    Bet when he speaks he’ll portray himself as the innocent victim… again.

  7. jason330 says:

    Sounds like she is lucky she is white.

  8. cassandra_m says:

    And not wearing a hoodie.

  9. Aoine says:

    And where did she find this Prince?

    Why on NRAMATCH.COM of course….LOL

  10. Jason330 says:

    Listen to this the 911 call Zimmerman made to try and frame his girlfriend. Just like the call he made to cover his ass after murdering Martin. Disgusting.


  11. pandora says:

    He’s really scary. Did you listen to his girlfriend’s 911 call? She says, “He knows how to do this. He knows how to play this game.” Chilling.

    Bond was just set at 9,000.00.

  12. anon says:

    I’ve got two theories on Zimmerman’s antics; either he thinks he got away with murder once so he can do it again or he’s subconsciously trying to get arrested because of the guilt over murdering an unarmed teenager.

    I’m leaning towards the first theory and my prediction is that he goes down, guns blazing, in a police shoot out.

  13. Jason330 says:

    Actually, the second theory isn’t bad. He knows full well that he 1) Murdered Martin, 2) Got away with it by lying, and 3) played the role of a hero to racist freaks like Sean Hannity.

    Unless he is a sociopath who in unable to process right and wrong, he must be haunted by those things.

  14. bamboozer says:

    It’s total O.J. City Baby! After getting away with murder he’s back for more gun fun. Where’s Wayne LaPierre when you need him?

  15. For all the people who argue jurors had no choice but to render a not guilty verdict based on Florida stand-your-ground statute, I say two words: Jury nullification.

    If the law is deemed inapplicable (no matter what the judge says), or inherently immoral or amoral…

    One wonders: Do judges intimidate jurors that much? Do most Americans not understand the concept? Are jurors afraid to broach the concept for fear of being outnumbered and ridiculed… almost like peer pressure in school?

    As for Zimmerman, looks like he was going off the deep end years ago.

  16. Joanne Christian says:

    Why does the matchmaker in me just dream of George Zimmerman and Casey Anthony finding each other on eHarmony?

  17. Geezer says:

    The ones who should feel shame are those all over the country who overlooked the obvious evidence of his lying because they like their guns.

  18. liberalgeek says:

    Allan – I believe that there is some case law out there where the use of jury nullification is grounds for a mistrial. I’d have to do some more research, but it is an under-utilized form of civil disobedience.

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