Wednesday, November 20, 2013

George Zimmerman Is Broke And $2.5 Million In Debt

George Zimmerman in court on felony assault charges

For a while crime paid for George Zimmerman, the 28-year-old neighborhood watchman who stalked and murdered innocent 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in cold blood for looking like he did not belong in the area. This week it is being stated Zimmerman is $2,500,000 in debt, owing lawyer Mark O’Mara, who quit for personal reasons, said sum for getting him off murder charges he should have been imprisoned for.

Donations poured in to Zimmerman totaling over $500,000 from gun lobbyists who sought to defend his right to use a gun. However, the Trayvon Martin murder was never about that. It was a hate crime committed by Zimmerman, whose record of calls to 911 to report allegedly suspicious behavior reveals a man complaining to the authorities about African Americans age 7 and up which is insane.

After Zimmerman attacked his wife’s dad and threatened their lives via motioning for his gun, gun lobbyists began backing away from him and the flow of donations slowed. He should not have been given that money in the first place. It should have gone to reputable charities.

Samantha Scheibe

Now Zimmerman is in trouble again for choking his girlfriend Samantha Scheibe, physically pushing her out of her home and destroying some of her furniture. Zimmerman has been very controlling with Scheibe and also threatened her life, which is something she should not take lightly. Though the judge ordered Zimmerman to stay away from Scheibe, he probably will not.

Before Zimmerman was tried for the murder of Trayvon Martin and unjustly acquitted, the Judiciary Report stated he fits the profile of a stalker (George Zimmerman Fits The Profile Of A Stalker). Since that time, his conduct towards his wife, father-in-law and girlfriend support the site’s claims. He is vengeful, hateful and bitter believing everyone must do what he says or there will be violent consequences when he stalks and confronts them.

As someone who is a victim of aggravated stalking, I can attest, it is an egregious violation of a person’s right to privacy, peace of mind and safety. It is disrespectful, demeaning and degrading, as one is insanely being viewed as prey by a sick person who belongs behind bars. Learn to give people their space and not hound, harass or try to harm them. The sad fact of the matter is according to statistics an overwhelming number of stalking victims end up killed by their stalkers if the justice system does not intervene.