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I mean, the first rule of an acquitted criminal is to not threaten to do the same thing again, right? . I'm no expert on felonies, but something tells me that is a dangerous path to go down. If you shoot a teenager dead and somehow get off scot-free, maybe hold your tongue with the gun references when someone's going a little hard on the in-vehicle karaoke.
I don't know exactly what happened the night Trayvon Martin was shot. Truthfully, there is only one person alive that does. However, that person is clearly a psychopath. Up until now, I could see both sides of the argument. I was Team Trayvon, but I could see his role in the altercation as well. Zimmerman was following the teen for no reason other than he was a black kid in a hoodie, and it was ultimately his fault any confrontation happened in the first place. However, its not out of the realm of possibility that Trayvon got overly aggressive when he spotted a creepy old spanish dude with a hero complex following him in the dark. I think that would be enough to put me on the offensive.
Anyway, if this story is indeed true it kind of means Zimmerman has a short temper and is completely irrational. I mean, we kind of already knew this from the Trayvon incident. We are talking about a man who is EX-neighborhood watch that called 911 46 times for nonemergency reasons in the last 10 years. I have only called 911 once in my life. It was when I was like 12 and thought I was being funny in the park with my friends. The cop reamed me out for being a dumb ass, and rightfully so. Well when a grown ass man does it, on a seemingly obsessive level, you would think it says a little something about what it going on in his otherworldly brain.
Is there a statute of limitations on things like this? Can we call for a retrial? I mean, its pretty clear Zimmerman loves his guns now. Can we save a few more lives by admitting defeat on this? If he is threatening to shoot some one over doing a live Beyonce impression in their car, it's only a matter of time before he strikes again. The man has an itchy trigger finger and the common sense of a toddler next to a lit stovetop. Pretty much the last thing I would think if i saw someone waving their finger in their car in front of me is that I need to shoot them. Even if I thought it was directed at me I would probably just mutter some expletives under my breathe and move on. I kind of get the impression that the next person to not say 'thanks' when Zimmerman holds the door for them is getting one in the jugular. Maybe a couple in the torso for not passing the salt in a timely manner?
Total loose cannon. Wildcard city. I demand a retrial.
P.S. It's pretty bad that Zimmerman's go to move is to shoot people. I guess it makes sense. When a 17 year old beats you bloody then you probably don't want to end up in too many more fist fights.