George Zimmerman Biography
George Zimmerman is an American who is known for the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin in Sanford Florida. The shooting happened on February 26, 2012. He was acquitted on July 13, 2013, for all charges in Florida v. George Zimmerman. He reminded the subject of the media’s interest due to the ongoing controversy over the Trayvon Martin case.
In addition to all that he was found guilty for other violent incidents with allegations of violence. However, he was not convicted. He was later determined to be the target of a shooting which ended with a conviction for attempted murder against the Perpetrator.
He has been in the limelight due to the Murder of Trayvon Martin. Trayvon Martin was shot by Zimmerman on February 26, 2012. He was a student at The Retreat at Twin Lakes Community in Sanford Florida. Apparently, Zimmerman was the neighborhood coordinator at that time in the gated community. Martin was a temporary resident who was staying there with his parents before he was fatally shot.
George Zimmerman Age
He was born on October 5, 1983, in Manassas, Virginia in the US. As of 2018, he is 35 years old.
George Zimmerman Height
He stands at a height of 1.7 m tall.
George Zimmerman Nationality | Race
He is an American by birth. He has some African ancestry through her mother and also German ancestry from his father.
George Zimmerman Marriage
After he moved to Twin Lakes he married Shellie Dean a licensed cosmetologist in 2007. They later rented a house after 2 years in the retreat at Twin Lakes in Sanford, Florida. He had been previously employed at a car dealership.
George Zimmerman Career
He was born and raised in Manassas, Virginia to Gladys Cristina Zimmerman and Robert Zimmerman Sr. He comes from a humble background with three other siblings, Robert Jr. his brother and two sisters, Grace and Dawn. Zimmerman identifies as Hispanic on voter registration forms. He was also raised as a Catholic.
He attended All Saints Catholic School in Manassas before going to public school.. He later joined an after-school Junior Reserve Officers’ training school at the age of 14. He went there due to his passion of wanting to become a Marine. He held up three part-time jobs on nights and weekends to save up and buy a car when he was 15 years old. He later graduated from Osbourn High School in 2001.
After graduating from high school, he moved to Lake Mary, Florida a suburb of Orlando. He then became an employee to an insurance agency. Zimmerman took some classes in the night to pursue a license to sell insurance. It was during this time that he became friends with Lee Ann Benjamin who was a real estate agent. Her husband was John Donnelly who was a Sanford attorney. According to Donnell, Zimmerman had opened up a satellite office of all state insurance which failed later after one year.
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George Zimmerman 2018
Zimmerman pleaded no contest in 2018 to a misdemeanor charge of stalking. He was charged for stalking a private investigator who was contacting him over the killing of Trayvon Martin.
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A picture of him went viral in Instagram and it triggered a lot of controversies from people and critics. People stated that shouldn’t have signed the skittles since he his a murderer. Here is a sneak preview what transpired.
Where is George Zimmerman
Up to now, there is no information concerning the whereabouts of Zimmerman. However, he has been attending the ongoing trial in court.
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According to sources, Zimmerman had launched threats against Jay Z. However, the threats reached Jay Z and he replied to them saying that Zimmerman Should Save his Breath because he couldn’t even beat a flight of Steps. Jay Z went on further and wrote a song where he featured Dj Khaleed and Beyonce. In the song, he gives a stern warning to George Zimmerman concerning the alleged threats he had launched.
George Zimmerman Case | Trial
The State of Florida v. George Zimmerman is the name of the case which involves the criminal persecution of George Zimmerman. He was charged with Second Degree Murder in the Shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
George Zimmerman Lawyer| Attorney
His Lawyer is Mark M. O’Mara a criminal defense lawyer in Orlando, Florida. He is also known for being the attorney of George Zimmerman and he has served as a prosecutor before. He is the legal analyst for CNN.
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George Zimmerman Book
Books that describe the incident concerning Zimmerman are:
- “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon,”
- Race, Guns
- the Railroading of George Zimmerman Hardcover,
George Zimmerman Hero
George Zimmerman Net Worth
He is current net worth is under review.
George Zimmerman Instagram
George Zimmerman Facebook
George Zimmerman Twitter
He is currently not on Twitter.
George Zimmerman News
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George Zimmerman charged with stalking private eye working on Jay-Z project
George Zimmerman, who was acquitted of murdering unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin, has been charged with stalking a private investigator working on a Jay-Z documentary about the case.
Over the course of nine days in December, Dennis Warren got 55 calls, 67 text messages, 36 voicemails and 27 emails from Zimmerman, according to court documents. Zimmerman allegedly also threatened to feed the investigator to an alligator, the court papers show.
Zimmerman, who’s had several run-ins with law enforcement since the racially charged 2012 case that ignited protests, is scheduled to be arraigned on the single misdemeanor charge on May 30.
Warren declined to comment, but according to a probable cause affidavit from the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office, he was hired by a production company working with Jay-Z to contact people about participating in a TV series titled “Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story.”
The investigator said he texted Zimmerman and left him a single voicemail with the number of co-producer Mike Gasparro, who then received a call from Zimmerman. After several months of interaction, Gasparro told Warren that Zimmerman was making threats against him.
“He’s well on his way to the inside of a gator,” Zimmerman allegedly texted Gasparro about Warren. Soon, Warren began getting messages and calls, too, including a link to an online article in which Zimmerman blasted the Trayvon Martin documentary.
“I know how to handle people who f— with me. I have since February of 2012,” the article quoted Zimmerman, apparently referring to the shooting of Martin.
When a Seminole sergeant called Zimmerman in January to try to defuse the situation, Zimmerman began screaming and cursing at her, calling her a “whore,” police said.
Zimmerman’s last attorney of record did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Zimmerman did not answer his own phone.
The onetime neighborhood watch volunteer became a central figure in a nationwide debate over race and self-defense when he shot 17-year-old Martin in a gated community in Sanford, Fla., on Feb. 26, 2012. A jury found him not guilty of second-degree murder the following year.
Months later, his estranged wife called the police on him and said he had threatened her with a gun and punched her father in the face, but she later declined to press charges and police closed the case without any arrests.
In November 2013, Zimmerman was arrested for aggravated assault and battery after his girlfriend told police he pointed a shotgun at her, but prosecutors did not bring charges because she later recanted. Another woman told police in January 2015 that Zimmerman threw a wine bottle at her during an argument, but she also recanted.
Zimmerman has also been the target of attacks. In 2015, a Florida man named Matthew Apperson — who had a “fixation” on Zimmerman, according to police — shot at him while he was driving. Apperson was convicted and sentenced to 20 years in prison.
In 2016, Zimmerman reported being punched in the face at a bar. The same year, a deputy removed Zimmerman from a bar after an argument. Police said Zimmerman had used a racial slur against the manager. Zimmerman claimed he had been assaulted by a patron.
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