Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Woman Accuses Killer George Zimmerman Of Sexually Assaulting Her As A Minor

George Zimmerman

The latest development in the murder of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, by volunteer Sanford, Florida neighborhood watch captain, George Zimmerman is sad, as it entails a girl being sexually abused. USA Today is reporting, a woman has come forward to police, accusing killer, George Zimmerman, of sexually assaulting her when she was underage. She is referred to as "Witness #9" in police files and gave an interview detailing the alleged sexual assaults that transpired at the family home of Zimmerman in Lake Mary, Florida. 

The article states, "The woman says in the taped interview that the alleged sexual assaults began when she was 6 years old and she and her sister went to stay with Zimmerman, then 8, and his family." The interview goes on to reveal incidents of sexual assault by Zimmerman continued up until she was age 16.

Trayvon Martin

Zimmerman's lawyers argue her testimony should not be used in the case, nor should it have been released to the public. However, jurors should be allowed to hear the woman's testimony, if she is willing to appear in court (even behind a screen) and tell her story, as it speaks to his lack of character.

Additionally, Zimmerman and his wife lying to the court about how much money they have, in order to receive a very low bail, says they cannot be believed or trusted and are lying about other items, such as Martin's murder.