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Mr. George Zimmerman

Wrong George Zimmerman?
 
Background

Employment History

  • Neighborhood Watch Captain

Education

  • second degree murder trial , Seminole circuit court
  • second degree murder trial , Sanford , Florida , July 3 , 2013
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folioweekly columnist @AGGancarski on ...
www.folioweekly.com, 1 April 2015 [cached]
folioweekly columnist @AGGancarski on George Zimmerman's return t.co/2gF9eSfpTst.co/op2mb07mtURetweet this
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GEORGE ZIMMERMAN IS BACK
...And HE'S LEARNED NOTHING Posted: Wednesday, April 1, 2015 12:00 am AG Gancarski
I haven't written about George Zimmerman since January 2014, when he created a "painting" of our ridiculously high-profile State Attorney, Angela Corey. In that column, I riffed on the idea that Zimmerman would do a piece of art depicting Corey, dedicating a few hundred words to a description of the painting:
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Zimmerman, who killed a kid whose crime was walking home from a convenience store with Skittles, says he was failed by the judicial system when they dared to put him on trial. Luckily, he is a man of faith: "God does everything for a purpose and he has his plans and for me to question them would be hypocritical, even blasphemous."
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Zimmerman laid into President Obama for "inflaming racial tensions" by saying that ifhe had a son, that son would look like Trayvon Martin, whining that "I am also my parents' child and my life matters as well."
This phrase - seemingly a throwaway - is in reality a spotlight aimed at the soul of Zimmerman, putting that epic sense of entitlement in the starkest possible relief. In Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment, a guilty man is weighed down by the burden of murder to the point of distraction. In the George Zimmerman saga, a likewise guilty man seeks exoneration in the field that matters most to the narcissist: popular culture.
When he addressed his more recent legal troubles, it was the same crap. He told people to "put themselves in my shoes" and "ask what is the media's agenda" - a classic tactic often employed by abusive personalities who would rather lash out than commit to any restorative and honest self-examination.
Some criminals learn from their mistakes, and that's a road to redemption. Zimmerman, for whatever reason, believes that he was not substantially in the wrong. Until he gets his mind right, redemption will never come.
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You say "Zimmerman, for whatever reason, believes that he was not substantially in the wrong. Until he gets his mind right, redemption will never come."
He was not found guilty of a crime by the State Court.
The Feds declined to charge him after their analysis (and because of the intent element being lacking).
So he is not a criminal (at least in connection with the Trayvon case).
I get that you think Zimmerman should be considered a criminal - but that is just your opinion and is not objectively correct.
He has not been found to be a criminal because he has not been found to be guilty of a crime.
So my conclusion is that Zimmerman is not substantially in the wrong and doesn't need redemption.
In fact the legal blame in this case rests on "the kid" who wrongfully attacked Zimmerman, triggering his right to self-defense. 11 hours ago|Report this
Hannah
Zimmerman and his defenders will never realize how morally wrong it is to call someone their suspect and follow them .
DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOU.
Would Zimmerman and his defenders want to be labeled someones suspect and be followed?.
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Trayvon threw down on Zimmerman, for no reasonable reason. He risked his life in doing so. 4 hours ago|Report this
George ...
www.wdbj7.com, 25 Feb 2015 [cached]
George Zimmerman
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Because George Zimmerman was not a police officer, the experts say, the Justice Department could only prosecute him for fatally shooting teenager Trayvon Martin nearly three years ago if it had sufficient evidence the killing was motivated by racial bias or hatred.
The ridiculous reason why George ...
www.jetmag.com, 1 Mar 2015 [cached]
The ridiculous reason why George Zimmerman is blaming Obama
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The ridiculous reason why George Zimmerman is blaming Obama
Former Sanford, Florida neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman has allowed yet another spill of ignorance to escape his lips. This time?
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Zimmerman, who will not be facing civil charges for Martin's death, expressed his feelings about the Department of Justice's decision and how he personally felt that President Obama victimized him.
"For him to make incendiary comments as he did and direct the Department of Justice to pursue a baseless prosecution, he by far over-stretched, over-reached, even broke the law in certain aspects. Zimmerman's referring to the president's speech where he said, "If I had a son, he would look like Trayvon."
Because George Zimmerman was ...
www.newsandsentinel.com, 25 Feb 2015 [cached]
Because George Zimmerman was not a police officer, the U.S. Justice Department could only prosecute him for fatally shooting teenager Trayvon Martin nearly three years ago if it had sufficient evidence the killing was motivated by racial bias or hatred, the experts say.
Zimmerman was a neighborhood watch volunteer in Sanford, Florida, without any legal authority associated with law enforcement officers. Zimmerman claimed he shot the 17-year-old Martin in self-defense, and he was acquitted by a jury in July 2013 of second-degree murder.
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"Zimmerman may have wanted to be a police officer at some point in time, but he wasn't then and he isn't now."
St. Louis community activist John Gaskins, a member of the NAACP's national board of directors, said he wasn't surprised by the decision to not charge Zimmerman federally in Martin's death. But he said "this doesn't give me much hope" that Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson will be indicted.
"It's not encouraging to see that George Zimmerman was not indicted," Gaskins said.
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The decision not to prosecute Zimmerman under federal civil rights laws came Tuesday in the waning days of Attorney General Eric Holder's tenure.
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The case became a flashpoint in the national conversation about race because Zimmerman, who identifies himself as Hispanic, was not immediately arrested after shooting Martin, who is black.
The Justice Department concluded there was not enough evidence to establish that Zimmerman willfully deprived Martin of his civil rights - a difficult legal standard to meet - or killed the teenager because of his race.
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Attorney Ben Crump, who represents Martin's family, said the Justice Department's decision not to file federal charges against Zimmerman was expected but still "a bitter pill to swallow."
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Zimmerman called police and got out of his car and approached Martin, who was returning from a store while visiting his father and his father's fiancee at the same townhome complex where Zimmerman lived.
Zimmerman did not testify at his trial, but he told investigators he feared for his life as Martin straddled him and punched him during a fight.
The decision to not prosecute Zimmerman comes even though Holder has made civil rights a cornerstone of his tenure.
FILE - This Jan. 10, 2015 ...
dining.savannahnow.com, 25 Feb 2015 [cached]
FILE - This Jan. 10, 2015 booking file photo provided by the Seminole County Public Affairs shows George Zimmerman. The U.S. Justice Department said Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015, that the former neighborhood watch volunteer will not face federal charges in the shooting death of unarmed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. Zimmerman was acquitted in 2013 of second-degree murder. (AP Photo/Seminole County Public Affairs, File)
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Because George Zimmerman was not a police officer, the U.S. Justice Department could only prosecute him for fatally shooting teenager Trayvon Martin nearly three years ago if it had sufficient evidence the killing was motivated by racial bias or hatred, the experts say.
Zimmerman was a neighborhood watch volunteer in Sanford, Florida, without any legal authority associated with law enforcement officers. Zimmerman claimed he shot the 17-year-old Martin in self-defense, and he was acquitted by a jury in July 2013 of second-degree murder.
...
"Zimmerman may have wanted to be a police officer at some point in time, but he wasn't then and he isn't now."
St. Louis community activist John Gaskins, a member of the NAACP's national board of directors, said he wasn't surprised by the decision to not charge Zimmerman federally in Martin's death. But he said "this doesn't give me much hope" that Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson will be indicted.
"It's not encouraging to see that George Zimmerman was not indicted," Gaskins said.
...
The decision not to prosecute Zimmerman under federal civil rights laws came Tuesday in the waning days of Attorney General Eric Holder's tenure.
...
The case became a flashpoint in the national conversation about race because Zimmerman, who identifies himself as Hispanic, was not immediately arrested after shooting Martin, who is black.
The Justice Department concluded there was not enough evidence to establish that Zimmerman willfully deprived Martin of his civil rights - a difficult legal standard to meet - or killed the teenager because of his race.
...
Attorney Ben Crump, who represents Martin's family, said the Justice Department's decision not to file federal charges against Zimmerman was expected but still "a bitter pill to swallow."
...
Zimmerman called police and got out of his car and approached Martin, who was returning from a store while visiting his father and his father's fiancee at the same townhome complex where Zimmerman lived.
Zimmerman did not testify at his trial, but he told investigators he feared for his life as Martin straddled him and punched him during a fight.
The decision to not prosecute Zimmerman comes even though Holder has made civil rights a cornerstone of his tenure.
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