Sunday, September 14, 2014

George Zimmerman's side of the sensationalized "attempted murder" headlines

George Zimmerman speaking with police about an alleged road rage incident
I wasn't going to write anything at all on the story that broke last week about George Zimmerman and an alleged death threat during a "road rage" incident, but seeing the lie has continued and has taken on a life of its own, I decided to do a quick blog to explain Zimmerman's side of the story, which was relayed to me.


Apparently only one reporter took it upon herself to find out George Zimmerman's side of the story, unfortunately, she failed to relay it (Re-newsit comments in red):
FOX 35's Valerie Boey spoke with George Zimmerman on Friday.  He told her that he finds it "interesting" that the police report doesn't say why this incident began.  Zimmerman claims he did not threaten anyone.
Fox: The driver, whose name hasn't been released, told Lake Mary police officers that a truck pulled up to his car Tuesday, and the driver yelled, "Why are you pointing a finger at me?"
To which the armed man, Matthew Apperson, replied, "you're a baby killer! You're the piece of shit that killed Trayvon Martin" (Zimmerman said the guy kept speeding up to him and pointing his finger at him).
Fox: The truck's driver [George Zimmerman] then asked the man, "Do you know who I am? I will kill you," the man [Apperson] told police officers, said Officer Bianca Gillett, a police spokeswoman.
Zimmerman actually said nothing, he just sped off because he was afraid the man was going to kill him (the "man" Apperson was armed with a concealed handgun, which he is licensed to carry and which he removed while speaking to police about the incident).
Fox: The man said he recognized the truck's driver as George Zimmerman.
There you have it.
The man pulled into a nearby gas station and called police officers, but the truck was gone by the time they arrived, Gillett said.
 Because death threats are a common occurrence on Twitter and other social media for Zimmerman,  he got the hell away from the idiot who was up close and personal threatening him.
Two days later, the man said that he saw Zimmerman in his truck outside his work.
"He was in fear of having encountered the vehicle a second time," Gillett said.
 Yes, Zimmerman went back to his Doctor's office.  The man may work, or was patronizing a store/office in the shopping center where Zimmerman's doctor was located. What the man was doing in the shopping center where Zimmerman was the second time has not been revealed.  Go figure.
Fox: The man called police, and officers who arrived confirmed the truck driver was Zimmerman, the police spokeswoman said. The man declined to press charges, Gillett said. [End of transcript]
 Zimmerman waited on police, no screeching and speeding away.  Funny that "the man", Apperson, tells the 911 dispatcher, in his first call, that Zimmerman had a "Kel-tec sticker" on the left side of his rear windshield", but that Zimmerman was "following" and chasing HIM, pulled up next to him, and then blocked him in at the Circle K convenience store.  Not sure how he saw the sticker if he was never behind Zimmerman.  The Kel-tec sticker cannot be seen from the side of the vehicle because of the side shields.  The man related his story to the New York Daily News, where he, in my opinion, likely revealed his name, Matthew Apperson, for a few dollars. NYDN didn't use the word "allegedly" once in their article.  Video of Zimmerman's interaction with Police after the man made the second 911 call doesn't portray the questioning by law enforcement of a crazed murderer loose on the streets of Florida.  All of that thinking and analyzing would take common sense which no real Zimmerman hater is availed of.
Matthew Apperson
My theory is Apperson saw Zimmerman's truck in the parking lot of the Doctor's office, where he could get a closer look at the Kel-tec sticker, and waited for him to come out and leave, at which point HE followed Zimmerman to give him a hard time in order to get a reaction.  Once he got that valuable ($$) reaction, or not, he called 911. Apperson was hard up for money at the time of this incident, he couldn't even afford a cell phone, by his own admission.  In the past Apperson's criminal record reveals he was convicted of DUI, drug possession, careless driving, several probation violations, and a citation for not registering his current place of residence, as required by law.  Just keep this up America, and someday, because of the lies and injustice by a court of public opinion and less than human excrement attorneys (Benjamin Crump), Zimmerman may well end up in a tower one day with a knap-sack full of AK-47's.  Those people that drove him there will have blood on THEIR hands.


This waste of space always has a death threat, pictures of underage children, or a rape photo to chime in with when it comes to George Zimmerman or supporters of due process:
Then there's the hustler, Shaun King:
There are the attorneys who know it all without asking the other side of the story....such a waste of time!
...and surprisingly, only TMZ stayed away from the sensational, matter-of-fact and misinformed headlines by using "allegedly":
Even though they have the video of police shaking George Zimmerman's hand and letting him go free, this publication tweets:
The publication that shows no pretense reporting the incident fairly or truthfully:
Sunny Hostin....tweets it like she actually heard it herself, and of course leaves out the reason he ALLEGEDLY MAY HAVE said words to that effect:
The threats were never ending during and after the trial...but still, a year later, there are those who threaten:
And finally, if whites want to prove they are "down with" blacks, kill Zimmerman and a few other people - that's how they roll:

1 comment :

  1. Citizens, stirred up by the media into a frenzied lynch mob, are still hating George Zimmerman. He is a target for hate and will be dogged by the mob forever .... unless someone can think of a way to stop it. Obviously, a lawsuit against the media that is the cause of it all won't work because of corrupt judges (or at least one corrupt judge).

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