Not that I want to devote another minute even thinking about Trayvon Martin's killer, George Zimmerman, but these two reports were fascinating.
Think Progress posted about how his own hometown is now banning guns for Neighborhood Watches:
Around the time of the shooting, other neighborhood watch members trashed Zimmerman for his actions on that fateful night. “In no program that I have ever heard of does someone patrol with a gun in their pocket,” the Executive Director of Citizens’ Crime Watch of Miami-Dade told theGrio. A neighborhood watchman added in a Wall Street Journal editorial, “George Zimmerman gives neighborhood watch volunteers a bad name.”
That's a welcome step in the right direction.
Georgie, however, seems to have taken another step in the wrong direction. RadarOnline:
The soon-to-be ex-wife of George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watchman acquitted in the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin, discovered a used marksman target riddled with 17 bullet holes nailed to the wall of the home the estranged couple once shared, after he was forced to move out. [...]
“This is the photo that Shellie sent to her lawyer and said, ‘Look at the subliminal message George left me,’ following their showdown in September,” a source with intimate knowledge of the situation revealed. “What else could a bullet-riddled marksman’s target mean?”
Charged another source: “It’s really not that subliminal. A not-so subtle message, I think. It was clearly a threat... tacked up on the wall of their home office, right between the garage and the kitchen where the domestic incident took place.”
RadarOnline has the exclusive photo and more details, so link over if you'd like to take a peek.