George Zimmerman's Wife Second Amendmented Their Marriage Night Before He Shot Trayvon Martin
In an interview with ABC News, George Zimmerman's wife Shellie acknowledged that she had left her husband the night before he shot and killed Trayvon Martin. Oh, and she left because they had an argument, and was staying at her father's house the night of the shooting. But when reporter Christi O'Connor asked for details, Ms. Zimmerman declined to answer:
"Does George have a temper? How volatile did it get the evening before?" asked O'Connor.
"Not going to answer that," responded Zimmerman.
So, nothing to change the irrefutable fact that Trayvon Martin was a violent gangster thug who attacked a law-abiding good guy who, thank god, was able to defend himself.
Ms. Zimmerman spoke to O'Connor after she pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of perjury Wednesday, admitting that she had lied at a bond hearing about the amount of money the couple had raised through a defense fund.* She also told O'Connor that she felt "very much alone" when, after supporting George Zimmerman throughout his court hearings and trial, he did not attend her when she appeared in court this week.
She also said that the lead-up to the trial put a great deal of stress on their marriage and that she feared Zimmerman at times; he sounds like a real peach of a guy (emotional abuse trigger warning here):
During the ordeal she said she wished she stood up for herself more and that she felt like she was directed to do a lot of things by George and relinquished a lot of control to him, but she said she did so because she did not want to stress him out.
"George has never laid a hand on me nor has he ever used any sort of force. I was concerned that we were living in something that we'd never experienced before and that there is a first time for everything....I just always had that kind of fear in the back of mind," she said.
Poor George Zimmerman -- victimized by the blacks, victimized by the press, and now victimized by the woman who feared he might snap and hit her.
* Note to commenters at RawStory: No, she did not lie at Zimmerman's murder trial. Jeeze, read the article.
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