You can all stop holding your breath now! George Zimmerman–the unofficial neighborhood watch captain who was charged, but not convicted of fatally shooting unarmed teen, Trayvon Martin. This case has gone beyond viral and has created thick layer of disgust around Zimmerman. Since his acquittal, we’ve only been hearing news about Trayvon’s parents Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, as well as his brother and friend, Rachel Jeantel. However, we haven’t heard much from Zimmerman; only his brother and parents have been speaking out. Now it’s George’s turn and the first peep we’ve heard from the killer since his acquittal is the fact that he is indeed a hero. Have you picked your jaw up off the floor yet?
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It’s being reported that Zimmerman has saved a family in Florida from a burning car. The accident happened on July 17th in Sanford, Florida near the intersection of Interstate 4 and State Road 46. Assisted by another man, Zimmerman approached the overturned blue Ford Explorer that was on fire. When officers with the Seminole County officers arrived, they spotted Zimmerman and the unidentified were assisting the family of four out of the car.
Zimmerman left the scene after making contact with police. I guess those same police gave old Zimmerman a pat on the back for once again helping them do their job? WTF?! I thought Zimmerman was in hiding and his own parents didn’t even know where he was?! He’s evidently still in Sanford being the local hero? Was this a Black family? That would seriously be the icing on Zimmerman’s mea culpa cake. (Oh wait, he was never sorry).
There’s so many things wrong with this story, I don’t even know where to start. I’ll just let you guys run free in the comments. Ready. Set. Go!