November 20, 2013 by gabnormal
Most recently in the George Zimmerman legal saga, the 30-year-old one-time neighborhood watchman has been taken to court by his girlfriend, who says he pointed a shotgun at her face during a domestic dispute.
Although the state asked for bail to be set at $50,000, Judge Frederic Schott set it to only $9,000. Zimmerman was told to stay away from his girlfriend and that he is not allowed to be near firearms or ammunition.
Because that’s totally going to work, Judge Schott. Good thinking.
Zimmerman will likely find out his fate during an arraignment in January, unless the courts drag out the case like they do everything else, in which case there is even less a chance of justice being served.
This is not the first time that Zimmerman’s girlfriend has had to call 911 due to a dispute between the two of them since the time of his acquittal. It’s also not the first time he has been let off with a meager bail and gotten away without suffering for his crimes, at least not by the hand of the justice system.
Aggravated assault, harassment, being ordered to stay away from guns and ammunition, but no actual sentencing resulting after the fact. What does this guy have to do for the justice system to finally give him what he deserves? Kill someone? Oh wait….