Will somebody please permanently take George Zimmerman's guns away from him, at least? That boy's out of control. Got money problems, got anger management problems, wife-girlfriend-abuser problems, stalk-and-shoot problems. Got driving-too-fast problems. Do we need to start a George Zimmerman Betting Pool, gambling on the date when he'll kill again? In "self defense," of course.
Seems that boy can't stay out of the news. Or out of trouble. He's like a train just determined to have a wreck somewhere. And now everyone within a mile of him has to be on tenterhooks keeping out of his way. "Look out! Here comes George and his AK-47! Run Away!" Need to have a judge somewhere declare he has to stay 100 yards away from everyone on the planet. That might help. Until the NRA gifts him with a sniper rifle.
For sure, the NRA loves the guy, no doubt about it. He's their poster child, the best example of the Second Amendment they've got going. The founding fathers would be proud. Stand-your-ground, no matter where it is! That's the ticket. Just move that ground line anywhere you want it to be. Lock and load. It was her fault. She yelled at me and I was in fear for my life. Ker-BLAM! I stalked him until he turned around and came back to confront me and scared me so I shot him in self-defense. Ker-BLAM! I don't know why everyone's so upset. What's the problem?
Obviously, the girls love this bad boy. True, his wife got scared after an alleged altercation involving guns and threats and she decamped. But pretty quickly he got a new girlfriend, until he allegedly pointed a shotgun at her and she called 911. Funny how silly these women are. Little 'ol shotgun. What's the fuss about?
This time, however, the cops hauled him away, he spent the night in the hoosegow accused of felony aggravated assault and two misdemeanors. The judge took away his guns, slapped a satellite monitor on him and instructions to stay away from the girlfriend. Then his wife served divorce papers on him while he was in jail, his enabling family had to cough up the $9,000 bail since, as the Orlando Sentinel reports, he's already $2.5 million in debt (legal fees from the Trayvon Martin killing). Then the judge kicked him loose and he's now back on the streets declaring it was all his girlfriend's fault.
Which is why I say, can somebody get this boy some help here? Guy's got problems and those problems are looking for trouble. Real trouble. And I'm afraid he's gonna keep looking until he finds it. And somebody else is gonna die.