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We have all been wondering where the heck George Zimmerman’s been since his fatal shooting of unarmed teenager, Trayvon Martin and now the neighborhood watchman murderer has broken his silence with a new website that tells his side of the story.
On the site, Zimmerman expresses how he’s lost his own life. Is he serious? When you kill someone, your life should change. You’ve permanently changed the lives of everyone close to him. And we’re supposed to feel sympathy for a man that took it upon himself to take an innocent kid’s life in cold blood because he thought the color of his skin and the hoodie on his back were suspicious.
The site’s traffic is causing it to be temporarily unavailable, so in case you haven’t had a chance to see the site, it’s basic and includes a manifesto from Zimmerman, an American flag background, a tab named “My Race” that has this quote from Thomas Paine–“The world is my country, all mankind are my brethren, and to do good is my religion,” images from his supporters and a Paypal link. What are we paying for? More than likely Zimmerman’s legal counsel because as of today, his lawyers have quit.
That’s indicative of a guilty man, no? They claim they haven’t been able to contact their former client, but it seems that Zimmerman’s been busy creating personal websites from himself. Maybe Zimmerman’s lawyers can try and reach him via his new site? There’s a “Contact” tab.
Trayvon Martin’s family’s attorney criticized the site on Good Morning America, saying, “George Zimmerman is trying to have us believe that his life is so terrible now. You know he says that he experienced a life-altering event. Well, Trayvon Martin experienced a life-ending event.” I completely agree.
Do you think a guilty verdict is about to happen for Zimmerman? Let’s discuss on Twitter @Rhapsodani.