That Was Fast: George Zimmerman Released, Told To Stay Out Of Florida County

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George Zimmerman was released Saturday morning on just a $5,000 bond and told to stay out of Volusia County, Florida. The acquitted killer of an unarmed black teenager was again arrested for aggravated assault and domestic violence with a weapon.

And yet, he lived through the arrest. Shock and awe!

The 31-year-old was arrested again on Friday night in Lake Mary, Florida, at about 10:00 p.m. and was being held at the John E. Polk Correctional Facility, according to the facility’s website without bail.

The International Business Times reports:

He appeared before a judge Saturday morning with his attorney, Don West, who also represented Zimmerman during his murder trial. West said Zimmerman was accused of throwing a wine bottle at his girlfriend.

The incident marked Zimmerman’s fourth public brush with the law since he was acquitted for the 2012 incident in which he shot and killed Martin in Sanford, Florida, and his second arrest for aggravated assault.

Zimmerman was ordered to avoid contact with the alleged victim, a woman who was not identified, according to WFTV.

Zimmerman, who wore blue scrubs and handcuffs, appeared calm during the brief hearing. At one point, he laughed and joked with an officer as he signed paperwork.

Although the incident didn’t involve a firearm, the judge ordered Zimmerman to surrender any weapons out of an abundance of caution.

Judge John Galluzzo did not give details of the incident, but said it happened at Zimmerman’s home.

Watch courtesy of WFTV:

The poor persecuted bastard has been plagued with breaking the law since his acquittal.



As noted here earlier today, in November 2013, deputies were called out after he reportedly cocked and pointed a shotgun at his girlfriend Samantha Schiebe, then barricaded himself inside.

Zimmerman was involved in a dispute with his estranged wife Shellie, just days after she filed for divorce.

Zimmerman was involved in a road rage incident in September of 2014. The victim said Zimmerman asked, “Do you know who I am?” before saying, “I’ll (expletive) kill you.”

Zimmerman was acquitted in July 2013 for the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in February 2012, which marked a day of celebration for gun fetishists, who poured in donations so that George could replenish his arsenal.  For that cause, Zimmerman received a check for $12,150.

Zimmerman even later toured the very factory that made the gun in he which shot Trayvon Martin through the heart.

$5,000 bond isn’t very much for a guy like George Zimmerman, but I’m sure he’ll totally never do it again. At least, not this week.

H/T: FON’s Mod-God @Mea_Mark with thanks.

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