Wednesday, July 24, 2013

The Most Hated Man in America strikes again

In 2010 race-related beating case, George Zimmerman pushed to discipline same officers who investigated Trayvon Martin shooting:
In late 2010 and early 2011 George Zimmerman, the Hispanic Sanford, Fla., man who shot and killed 17-year-old black teen Trayvon Martin, publicly demanded discipline in a race-related beating case for at least two of the police officers who cleared him after the Feb. 26 altercation, according to records obtained by The Daily Caller.
In a letter to Seminole County NAACP president Turner Clayton, a member of the Zimmerman family wrote that George was one of “very few” in Sanford who publicly condemned the “beating of the black homeless man Sherman Ware on Dec. 4, 2010, by the son of a Sanford police officer,” who is white.
...Every Sunday, according to his family, Zimmerman would stroll through Sanford’s black neighborhoods handing out the fliers demanding justice for Sherman Ware, and calling for the police to hold their own officials accountable. Zimmerman would also place the fliers on people’s cars outside churches.
“I challenge you to stand together and to have our voices heard, and to hold accountable all of those officers, and officials whom let this atrocious attack pass unpunished until the media revealed it,” one of the fliers reads in part. “This animal could have attacked anyone of us, our children or loved ones in his alcohol fueled rage.”

I, Beefy Levinson, have an exclusive report on the latest adventures of the White-ish Knight Zimmer Man. Unbeknownst to the world at large, the royal baby was a very difficult childbirth. There were dire complications. The doctors worried that neither the baby nor his mother would survive. That is until Zimmer Man burst through the wall of the hospital. He saved the life of Catherine and the royal baby. In gratitude for his heroic actions, the royals named the baby for him: George Alexander Louis.

Man, what is it with these creepy ass crackas and their concern for the well-being of others, am I right?

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