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Joy in Mudville, another Zimmerman incident (Video and 911 Call added)(Update – Shellie refuses to press charges)

Joy in Mudville, another Zimmerman incident (Video and 911 Call added)(Update – Shellie refuses to press charges)

Well, there is joy in Mudville, because George Zimmerman has another legal problem.

The details are murky and unclear, but that’s not stopping the “I told you so” reaction, as if a new problem proves guilt on a past problem. It really is a horror show to watch (Twitter feed embedded at bottom of post, view at your own caution)(added — more “reliable” news feed now at bottom as well).

Here’s the most recent Orlando Sentinel update as of 3:51 p.m., click the story link for further updates, George Zimmerman in custody, police investigate ‘possible domestic battery’:

George Zimmerman, the former Neighborhood Watch volunteer acquitted of murder in the shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, is under investigation this afternoon after his wife told police that he’d threatened her family, police confirmed.

Police are investigating a “possible domestic battery” involving Zimmerman on Sprucewood Road, Lake Mary police Officer Zach Hudson said this afternoon.

About 3:40 p.m., Hudson said that Zimmerman was no longer detained and was not in custody. The police spokesman said Zimmerman has been cooperating with police.

According to Lake Mary police Chief Steve Bracknell, Zimmerman’s wife Shellie Zimmerman called police and said that her husband had made threats to her family “with his hand on his gun.”

She also alleged that George Zimmerman had battered her father, David Dean, Bracknell said.

The police chief said about 3:30 p.m. Shellie Zimmerman and her father were consulting with their attorney to decide whether to give a sworn statement or press charges.

Hudson said the investigation is in its early stages, and it was unclear whether Zimmerman or anyone would be arrested. No significant injuries were suffered in the incident, Hudson said.

Here is a more “reliable” and less outrageous Twitter Feed:

Here’s the raw #Zimmerman hashtag Twitter feed:


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George Zimmerman not yet under arrest, cops say
Hudson said a weapon was present in the house during the incident but said he wasn’t sure whether anyone had brandished it.

from the source

    JackRussellTerrierist in reply to dmacleo. | September 9, 2013 at 4:37 pm

    Cops now saying weapon not in play. Shellie and pops won’t give official statement to cops about what happened. Shellie’s attorney on-scene almost immediately.

    Considering that information and the fact that, in all their shaking fear, they managed to get Shellie’s attorney on-scene immediately, and in the context of the histrionic 911 call, this was a media event engineered by Shellie, rather inartfully.

    JackRussellTerrierist in reply to dmacleo. | September 9, 2013 at 5:42 pm

    Appears cops had to THREATEN Shellie and pops with SEARCH WARRANT to see the in-home surveillance video.

    Shellie and pops refuse to give formal statement to cops.

    Listen to 911 tape. Yet, on advice of attorney, Shellie and pops not pressing charges?

    What the hell is wrong with this picture?

    She can’t press charges without giving a statement. But she won’t give one. And she’s on probation for perjury with a good deal that goes bye-bye if she gets in trouble again for, say, filing a false police report/statement.

    Now she has to be threatened by the cops with a search warrant to see the surveillance tape on which we should supposedly find, according to her 911 call, footage of GZ assaulting her father.

    This whole thing was a set-up against GZ.

      MouseTheLuckyDog in reply to JackRussellTerrierist. | September 9, 2013 at 5:49 pm


      Shellie is wanting a divorce. Was she trying to manufacture a reason?

        MouseTheLuckyDog in reply to Aussie. | September 9, 2013 at 9:58 pm

        In the US divorces are mostly no fault these days.

          Nevertheless, judgment calls are made about division of assets, and those decisions are made by human beings susceptible to the wrongdoing of other humans.

          We wouldn’t need divorce attorneys if it was all simply a matter of filling out a few forms.

          Most married people feel they’ve made an enormous investment (or, alternatively, made enormous sacrifices) for their marriage, and they are PISSED when it all comes apart. It’s not the best environment for a rational distribution of assets, hence the need for a “ref”, and that “ref” may be supposed to be “no fault” but rarely is.

          –Andrew, @LawSelfDefense

          Cracker-American in reply to MouseTheLuckyDog. | September 9, 2013 at 10:52 pm

          Shellie has made her share of sacrifices & watching Georgie go thru the marriage proposals & fan mail, can not be easy

          MouseTheLuckyDog in reply to MouseTheLuckyDog. | September 9, 2013 at 11:12 pm

          Andrew, I am guessing that Aussie is not familiar with American law and is possible an old movie buff, and thinks that Shellie needs to present a cause to the court for divorce. I’m just pointing out that is no longer the case.

          I never said divorce is easy. It can be, but mostly it isn’t.

        On the contrary Mouse, I am familiar with US law on divorce.

        I am also familiar with the fact that there have been some extremely high profile divorces where the wives have pulled this form of stunt. Alec Baldwin was one of them, Charlie Sheen was another. I am not saying either man was innocent but the stunt pulled by the ex-wife was in poor taste and designed to influence the divorce judge. That is why I made what I consider to be a legitimate statement.

        BTW Australia also has no fault divorce. I have family who have gotten divorced and it was ugly.

Wow, look at all the cops. Maybe it’s time to call in the army?

JackRussellTerrierist | September 9, 2013 at 3:56 pm

But the Orlando Sentinel stated he was in custody and detained? Except he wasn’t and isn’t.

Here goes the Rapunzel media trying to spin straw into gold again.

Did George and Shellie have a quarrel, neighbor calls the cops ‘cuz they know it’s GZ, and BANG! we’re off to the races again? Oh, there’s a gun in the house? HORRORS!!!

His wife has filed for divorce. No kids. They own two dogs, and she wants both of them. They got married in 2007.

What are the movie rights worth?

    platypus in reply to Carol Herman. | September 9, 2013 at 5:31 pm

    Well, my view is they just went up at least ten times what they were an hour before the 911 call.

    This should be the top mover on Intrade by the end of the day. Anybody know what’s the line out of Vegas?

If he did this, I am saddened. He and his wife were put under tremendous stress to satisfy a Bonfire-of-the-Vanities meme. I can understand losing proportionality, but that does not excuse this. If he did it, he needs to face the consequences. It’s looking like the bonfire stokers may well have succeeded in ruining his life.

Who pays the rent.

Wifey doesn’t have any known job.

And, hopefully, George has learned the hard way not to trust the cops.

By the way, “wifey” plead guilty to KNOWING how much money was in the account. Because they lowered the crime of “lying to the judge” down to a misdemeanor. She now has more of a record than George does.

    JackRussellTerrierist in reply to Carol Herman. | September 9, 2013 at 4:07 pm

    That’s probably what’s got Shellie and her dad pissed off. I lost all respect and sympathy for her when she did her TV interview.

    Suggested scenario: GZ gets phone call or letter or something about property settlement. Shellie living with dad. GZ goes over to confront her. Dad has firearm in house, GZ carrying as per the law. Dad threatens GZ, GZ tells dad don’t take one step closer to me. Shellie calls cops saying GZ “threatening” her and her father with a gun.

    Shellie out for blood, being pushed by her family. How much money can they make off this?

I wish Shellie had not done interviews with the media. They are not her friends.

I suspect that there is a publisher somewhere in here looking to have Shelley write a best seller insider tell-all in which Zimmerman really is the bad guy. and this is moving not only the divorce but also these “events”. Zimmerman could even be in on it. The new reality celebs…

They will make George surrender his guns now.

    swimmerbhs in reply to Yujin. | September 9, 2013 at 4:28 pm

    not unless he is convicted, and by the looks of the twitter feed sz and her dad are not even providing a sworn statement.

      JackRussellTerrierist in reply to swimmerbhs. | September 9, 2013 at 4:44 pm

      Yeah, lol, Shellie may be a little gun-shy about more perjury charges. 🙂

      Filing a false police report is probably a misdemeanor, but she’s riding on a probationary get-out-of-jail free card and expungement deal right now. Filing a false report conviction would nullify that deal she got. Heh. No wonder she called her lawyer immediately.

      In FL during divorce proceedings/separations you can be made to surrender your guns. Domestic incident makes this almost a sure thing.

        JackRussellTerrierist in reply to Yujin. | September 9, 2013 at 5:08 pm

        Andrew? Are you in the house? Can you speak to the accuracy of this?

          I can’t speak to this issue re: Florida law.

          In MA, if a domestic restraining order is filed the police will come by your house and pick up all your guns (in MA they are all registered with the state, so they just pull a list off the computer).

          Eventually–in many months or years–you get the guns back. I’ve heard from more than one divorcee that the guns they received back had apparently been stored in salt water for the duration, and were rusted solid.

          Of course, Florida, and almost every other state, is not as fascist as the People’s Republic of Massachusetts, so I expect the rules there are more favorable.

          –Andrew, @LawSelfDefense

          I have heard of similar situations in other states, but the weapons are usually returned in okay condition. It requires an actual restraining order being issued, after a hearing. It does not surprise me that Massachusetts stores them in Boston Harbor.

          EBL, in MA the spouse against whom the DRO is sought need neither be present in court nor receive any prior notice of the DRO being issued.

          The cops just show up–surprise! NO GUNS FOR YOU.

          –Andrew, @LawSelfDefense

          “Eventually–in many months or years–you get the guns back. I’ve heard from more than one divorcee that the guns they received back had apparently been stored in salt water for the duration, and were rusted solid.”

          That’s what gun trusts are for.

          JackRussellTerrierist in reply to JackRussellTerrierist. | September 10, 2013 at 4:22 pm

          Thanks, Andrew.

        swimmerbhs in reply to Yujin. | September 9, 2013 at 6:19 pm

        What law is that? The only thing that can make you surrender a gun, is when your concealed weapons is revoked for murder or domestic violence. And you have to be convicted of those.

        JackRussellTerrierist in reply to Yujin. | September 9, 2013 at 6:20 pm

        Cops said they took GZ’s gun but will be giving it back to him.

JackRussellTerrierist | September 9, 2013 at 4:18 pm

I wonder if Shellie was coached by somebody in the sleaze-publishing industry to set GZ up – keep public interest in him from waning and, at the same time, create fodder for the publishing mill.

GZ is clueless and hapless enough to fall for it.

We should understand by now that nothing we hear about Zimmerman that comes from the press should be taken seriously until confirmed. With the trial, we saw the facts of the case, and simultaneously we could see how the press continued to lie and distort. The American press is hopelessly corrupt, and we get reminded of that over and over. Remember the Duke Lacrosse alleged rape case? The Times initially had good coverage, but that reporter got removed, and replaced by a liar. The go to source for information about Duke Lacrosse was KC Johnson, professor of history at Brooklyn College, website. Somehow he managed to provide truthful and superior coverage while doing his job.

Amazingly Johnson is a liberal Democrat who voted for Obama. Nevertheless he got into a bitter fight over his tenure because he held politically incorrect opinions. He values merit above identity group membership and that’s a no go in much of today’s academia.

I had a feeling this would get ugly after SZ went on TV and did that interview. It will be a bitter divorce and GZ needs to play it smart and keep his distance. IMO, SZ will only try to provoke him, so he needs to just turn around and walk away.

    JackRussellTerrierist in reply to gxm17. | September 9, 2013 at 4:54 pm


    The best thing GZ could do is steer clear of her and the cameras.

    Somehow she set him up for this. The cops don’t know if GZ is a victim or a suspect in this incident. Neither Shellie or her dad will give a formal statement to the cops. Shellie had her lawyer there in minutes and here came the media. The histrionics and claims made in her 911 call aren’t adding up or else the cops would have arrested GZ and not be wondering if he’s a victim or a suspect AND she would have no reason not to give the cops a formal statement.

      I agree, the 911 call details don’t add up. Why is she outside when claiming ‘he’s going to shoot us all’ (or something along those lines)? You’d think she’d be inside hiding…

Divorcing wife tries to paint hubby as a dangerous whackjob. Wow, there’s a surprise. Of course if she gets a restraining order, in most of the country – I don’t know specifically about Florida – George will immediately be disarmed. Which won’t do her any good unless she already has thaht life insurance policy she’s angling for.

    JackRussellTerrierist in reply to rantbot. | September 9, 2013 at 4:56 pm

    What’s this about her angling for an insurance policy? I hadn’t heard about that.

      It’s been reported that what she wants out of the divorce is half of everything, the 2 dogs and for him to pay for a life insurance policy with her as the beneficiary, see for example this report.

        JackRussellTerrierist in reply to Lina Inverse. | September 9, 2013 at 6:13 pm

        I cannot fathom under what legal theory a 26 yr.old bride of 5-6 years would be entitled to a life insurance policy AFTER a divorce WITH NO KIDS involved.

        And she wants half of GZ’s settlement with NBC if and when that happens. I suppose there might be an argument for the latter, but certainly not the former.

          She cant even get alimony with the short length of time they were married. in the state of florida you have to be married for 7 years for that unless the husband is the sole provider of the household which he was not. let her keep the dogs and her student loan debt, gz shouldnt havent to pay any of that since it wasnt his loan. And buy asking for the life insurance it makes her out to be a golddigger

          Is there a life insurance company that would issue a policy on George? A nation-wide racist organization has put a “dead or alive” bounty on his head. Would seem a poor business relationship from the insurance company’s perspective.

          –Andrew, @LawSelfDefense

          I agree. If there were children involved and they were the beneficiaries; yes; but not this. Who the heck is her atty?

          Always if you are paying the premiums on a policy, make sure you are the policy owner.

          Demanding that the man take out a permanent life insurance policy with the ex as the beneficiary is pretty common here in Florida, where we still have permanent alimony even in divorces with no minor children. There was a case of a 72-year-old Alzheimer’s sufferer who could have faced prison because he was having trouble keeping up with the life insurance premiums for the $1 million policy he’d been ordered by the court to take out.

          It would be extremely uncommon in a marriage lasting fewer than seven years where no children were involved, but it technically *could* happen. If I were a man, I’d think twice and twice again before I got married :-/

amatuerwrangler | September 9, 2013 at 4:50 pm

George has learned nothing in the last 2 years. His brother seems relatively bright; GZ should hire him as a spokesman/keeper. GZ needs to hire a family law attorney and have him/her do EVERYTHING! One look at SZ and you know just how much better GZ’s life will be when he is shed of her, even if he loses custody of the dogs.

Only in FL will they consider filing charges based on a statement from a convicted perjurer.

Neither party in a divorce case provides reliable information. That goes for the lawyers too. People lie all the time in a dissolution action and rarely get punished for it. Ignore everything wife says as she’s jockeying for an advantage.

Trial by press. This guy cannot get a break. The verdict is in. He is guilty until proven innocent. The evidence of his violations is undeniable.

Before people get too emotionally involved it is probably worth noting that yeah, George was persecuted in a way that should never have happened for something the evidence indicated he never did, but that doesn’t mean he is, or has to be, a saint in every other regard. Nor does it mean he will or won’t ever get into trouble again.

We have a very sketchy idea of the facts so there is no need to draw conclusions. It is human nature to speculate so that is OK, but we need to keep in mind that that is all we are engaging in, speculation. We have seen how unreliable the media is so we should keep in mind that we really know nothing about what happened at this point so we really don’t even have a good jumping off point.

I am sure the professor will bring us solid information if/when it becomes available.

MouseTheLuckyDog | September 9, 2013 at 5:33 pm

Will someone find out who is living there right now?
And if the other person was invited over for some reason?
Why is our

    MouseTheLuckyDog in reply to MouseTheLuckyDog. | September 9, 2013 at 5:37 pm

    –can LI add an edit button?
    I meant to ask why our excellent media not all over these two questions? Without the answers a mostly irrelevant story becomes totally irrelevant.

The media is not going to be satisfied until George is tied to the sacrificial rock and his still beating heart is ripped out by a bunch of guys wearing headdresses with lots of feathers using a flint knife.

IMHO, GZ should be carrying a recording device at all times. One that’s turned on, and a second as backup. Nothing like a recording to defend yourself against false charges.

Question (that will probably never be answered): When they say he “had his hand on his gun,” does that mean he “had his hand on his gun” (as in, ready to draw), or does that mean he was standing with his hands on his hips (an otherwise normal body posture indicating frustration) where his gun happened to be?

IOW, if the gun was on his hip under his clothes, was his hand ALSO under his clothes, or was his hand over the top?

There’s a sizable difference, but based on his personal demeanor (as demonstrated several times), I’m going to guess it was unintentional and non-threatening. But as I said, we’ll probably never know – not because it’s not known, but because the MSM will not acknowledge it if it doesn’t fit The Narrative.

    swimmerbhs in reply to Archer. | September 9, 2013 at 6:26 pm

    Unless Shellie is a mind reader or could see the gun I don’t know how she knew he had one. So it was more or like he had his hand resting on the holster and then could see he had it.

      Does she need to be a mind-reader, or could she have merely asked him?

      That’s another way to learn information, right? To ask?

      –Andrew, @LawSelfDefense

        MouseTheLuckyDog in reply to Andrew Branca. | September 9, 2013 at 7:40 pm

        I don’t think you have to be SHerlock Holmes to deduce he has one. OMara has said many many many many (that’s four many’s O) [1] times that he needs one more then ever.

        [1] A little trial humor.

        JackRussellTerrierist in reply to Andrew Branca. | September 9, 2013 at 8:37 pm

        It’s summertime. It’s unlikely GZ was wearing an overcoat. Shellie no doubt knows exactly where he carries and could see enough of a bulge to know he was armed.

        GZ has to be armed. Maybe that’s why she pulled this stunt – just to be a nasty bitch and get his protection taken away.

      I’d say, given the threats against him – the explicit death threats, the dead-or-alive bounties, the open animosity/hostility from “racial equality” groups, etc. – plus his acquittal and his good-standing license-to-carry, it’s probably a fair assumption that he is armed at all times.

      They’ve been married for 6 years. I’d say it’s another fair assumption to say she knows where (on his person) and how (holster, IWB/OWB, etc.) he carries.

      So if he still carries as implied in the case – on his right hip at 3 or 4 o’clock, under his jacket/shirt – a otherwise-innocent hands-on-hips posture would put “his hand on his gun,” but not necessarily as an intentionally threatening or brandishing gesture.

      All that said, the report that she’s apparently declined to press charges speaks volumes.

    Phillep Harding in reply to Archer. | September 9, 2013 at 7:47 pm

    She knows how he habitually carried (past tense). So does half the country, it seems. So, it would be a good idea for him to carry otherwise, and second him carrying a voice recorder. Better two video and audio recorders, one facing forward, the other facing back.

    JackRussellTerrierist in reply to Archer. | September 9, 2013 at 8:29 pm

    The cops said Shellie changed her story from the 911 call wherein she said GZ had his gun and she was afraid he was going to shoot them all to he never drew his weapon.

GZ clearly has need of his firearm to protect against future Trayvons’.

I admit a terminal case of I Don’t Give A Shit Flu.

GZ living rent-free in the minds of all the proggie drones. Did you see the way twitter lit up with all the proggies creaming themselves over the thought of being able to relish in this poor guy’s misery? True proggie colors are shown once again… vile hateful people.

Don’t underestimate the power of a judge in a dissolution action. If he wants Zimmerman’s gun(s), he will simply order him to surrender them. If wife says that he once threatened her, that’s enough. Testimony is evidence, and the judge gets to decide the probative value.

I think GZ is screwed. A lot of people think it’s outrageous that he can still possess a gun regardless of his acquittal. This is all about politics, and GZ has most of the political class against him. He’s pretty naive and should never have gone near his wife. Even if he didn’t she would still make up stories and false threats.

A further note on judicial excess. A lot of people think a judge can’t take your passport away in a mere divorce. Wrong! If there are children then the mere hint that one parent might steal the children and take them abroad is enough. That hint could be the mere assertion that one parent threatened to do so. Any family law attorney has a desk full of guns, passports and other items that a judge ordered surrendered. You might get an appeals court to reverse an outrageous order, but don’t count on that. Family law judges have enormous discretion, and act almost any evidence. Beside running an appeal is expensive.

Don’t get married.

    MouseTheLuckyDog in reply to raijin. | September 9, 2013 at 8:12 pm

    You’ve got that last sentence right. The Democrats have totally screwed up marriage. Even if you find someone who agrees with you on these things, if they change their mind the law is on their side. They might agree with you now, but then change their mind later.

    Mannie in reply to raijin. | September 10, 2013 at 8:31 am

    Don’t get married.

    Unfortunately, the law applies just the same with girlfriends. I guess you’ve gotta be a hermit. 🙁

      raijin in reply to Mannie. | September 10, 2013 at 9:30 am

      No! There is a world of legal difference between a girlfriend and a wife. Only nine states have common law marriage and Florida is not one of them. There can still be some legal entanglement, but nothing like a marriage. Absent an express or implied contract neither party has a support obligation. There is no concept of martial property. Of course a dispute can arise as to who owns what and how much, and that would be handled as a regular civil action. With a girlfriend you generally won’t end up in a family law court.

      As they they say, why own the cow when you can steal milk through the fence.

    He’s pretty naive and should never have gone near his wife.

    He lives there. His wife came by without notice to collect some household effects she’d left behind.

    Maybe he needs a restraining order against her.

      OK I didn’t know that. He should get a restraining order against her to keep away from him, otherwise she’s going to pull some stunt like this again. Unfortunately most people with believe and side with a crying wife. The husband is the heavy in our culture.

    In this case it is the other way around Shellie turned up with her father unexpectedly. She put on the show. She behaved in an aggressive fashion.

    It will be a blessing for him to get the divorce out of the way and have her long gone. She is trouble.

Sounds like Shellie was upset George brought a woman with him to move out of the home they rented from her parents.

    JackRussellTerrierist in reply to PhillyGuy. | September 9, 2013 at 8:40 pm

    How do you know he brought a woman with him? Was she there at this incident?

    If he did, I’m glad he had a witness there.

    If you’re accurate, who is she? A GF, or just a friend?

      MouseTheLuckyDog in reply to JackRussellTerrierist. | September 9, 2013 at 9:24 pm

      I think he was joking.

        No, I heard part of the 911 recording played on Fox or somewhere where Shellie audibly gasps and announces that George has a woman in his car.

        I don’t find that surprising at all. Lots of women could do far worse than George Zimmerman.

        He got suckered on this play, but hopefully he’ll smarten up from the experience.

        –Andrew, @LawSelfDefense

          PhillyGuy in reply to Andrew Branca. | September 9, 2013 at 10:06 pm

          That is correct Andrew.

          MouseTheLuckyDog in reply to Andrew Branca. | September 9, 2013 at 10:09 pm

          It’s sort of funny, there are two 911 calls but I could only find one. In that one she says she called back on her fathers phone. I don’t hear her say there is a woman in the car, so it may be the other one.

          OTOH, I do hear here tell 911 that the police are trying to get around his bodyguard. Could he have shown up with a female bodyguard and that started the whole thing?

          Just go to this link, and move up to about 4:30 of the Shellie 911 call.

          FYI, you don’t have to sign up for anything, although it looks as if you do, just click on the sound graph near the top of the screen.

          –Andrew, @LawSelfDefense

          Shellie references the purported bodyguard well before she *gasp* mentions the woman.

          This suggests they are two separate people.

          –Andrew, @LawSelfDefense

          PhillyGuy in reply to Andrew Branca. | September 9, 2013 at 10:37 pm

          Andrew, he brought a blonde woman and his bodyguard. So you are correct again. Thanks for doing my work for me – tending to a sick dog tonight.

          MouseTheLuckyDog in reply to Andrew Branca. | September 9, 2013 at 11:26 pm

          It’s the same one that I heard but on mine “it’s a woman” is muffled. It explains why the 911 operator didn’t panic when she said “Oh my God”. At first it sounded to me like she just found the dogs dead ( at George’s hand ) or some mean vindictive thing George did ( smashed the ash tray she made in summer camp when she was ten? ).

          In any case the gist I got from the inital post was that it was a joke that Shellie went crazy because she saw a woman with George and caused the incident. But she didn’t know about the woman till the incident was virtually over.

          JackRussellTerrierist in reply to Andrew Branca. | September 10, 2013 at 12:04 am

          Not only does GZ have to worry about the trayvonistas and NBPP scumbags, now he’s got this tacky, manipulating show-tramp dogging him with scams and tricks.

          The dude cannot catch a break.

Sadly both of the Zimmerman’s need counseling. It’s been a rough time and I know when times get tough sometimes you blame each other instead of coming closer together.

Pray for them.

    JackRussellTerrierist in reply to Roux. | September 9, 2013 at 8:34 pm

    Yeah, those counselors are really great.

    That has to be the most colossal waste of money that could ever be spent. Can it be helpful to kids in certain circumstances? Maybe. But adults? It’s a load of bull.

My putar is going off.

The Zimmerman’s marriage is falling apart.

Why George went to Shellie’s father’s house hasn’t been explained, yet. But she sounds like a real doozy.

She also accepted the fact that she had lied to the court. She did know how much money was in George’s defense fund. Which isn’t in her hands! But is kept in trust by George’s older brother, Robert.

Did Shellie try to pull a trick? I wouldn’t put this past her. Maybe she thought this would be a way to get George to agree to giving her a $4000 a month “allowance.”

It keeps being an interesting story, because it gets lots of people tuning in.

    I think they had been living at her father’s home and had stuff there. They might have been in the process of separating things.

    Why George went to Shellie’s father’s house hasn’t been explained, yet.

    Because George lives there. At least according to our local news station.

    Shellie had already moved out, she just came by unexpectedly yesterday to pick up some things she’d left behind.

Meanwhile, back in the trailer park………..

    Oh, my. Like the divorces of the rich and beautiful never get ugly?

    Phillep Harding in reply to Old0311. | September 10, 2013 at 11:27 am

    Are you slamming low income people? Are you aware that many people in trailer parks are minorities? Are you aware that the trailer park vote generally goes to the Democrats?

    Please, oh please, please keep slamming the trailer parks. I beg you. Keep slamming the trailer parks. Especially where they people living in trailer parks can read or hear you. Please?

Jerrick F.@Flye75: “kill an unarmed black teenager: trial dismissed”

Trial dismissed? What an idiot. Just goes to show the Left doens’t care about the truth.

She tried to set him up, he was smart enough to bring other people.

MouseTheLuckyDog | September 10, 2013 at 4:26 am

An interesting observation about about Shellie ZImmerman’s family:
er parents own 4 houses totaling $600,000 in value.Apparently GZ and SZ were renting the house from their parents for $1000 a month.
SZ moved out when they separated. BTW this is a nice way of getting him out without going through the eviction process.

This is a press conference by Mark OMara.
The main thing he says is that GZ was living there. SZ was supposed to get her things Saturday, but couldn’t get them all so came back unexpectedly today.

Given that this is a British newspaper, I don’t understand how they found out things American papers couldn’t so take it with a grain of salt.

Apparently Shellie was scared that he was having an affair with his ex. Then one day he shows up with her. Shellie blows up and decides to get a divorce though maybe she should have assumed that he was planning something a bit more uhm … outre’. She was probably the woman in the car.

    The main thing he says is that GZ was living there. SZ was supposed to get her things Saturday, but couldn’t get them all so came back unexpectedly today.

    That is what the news on our local channel 4 (News4Jax) was reporting yesterday.

It is starting to appear that George was not armed at all. It’s looking more and more like another Democrat attempt to disarm Zimmerman so the cowardly bastards can more easily murder him.

If Shellie Kardashian is going to keep turning up at his legal residence unannounced, looking to provoke confrontations, maybe George should think about getting a restraining order against her.

It’s too bad she wants to air dirty laundry in public. She should be entitled to half of what they have only during their marriage. If the dog was George’s before and or gift during marriage; it’s his. Having an insurance policy requested during a divorce is not uncommon; however, it is usually for children of the marriage and a business which neither of them have. George, make sure you are the policy owner and premium payor of any policy you have on your life and watch who you name as beneficiary. Bad move Shelly and her lawyer. Doing this and taking George’s dog(s) seem to show revenge on your part more than anything.

    Ike1 in reply to Ike1. | September 10, 2013 at 9:54 am

    I meant to say she or he should be entitled to half of what they had during their marriage unless she or he brought something they had into the marriage and inheritance.

Omara did an interview. Said there was some pushing and no one got hurt. Earlier he tweeted that the gun was in holster the whole time.

Shellie stated in the 911 call he threatened to shoot them if they came closer … but if they were pushing each other, that’s pretty close. He apparently damaged her Ipod as she held it up to record him. That recording is being retrieved.

Omara will probably steer this in the right direction for George. If any recording or evidence shows Shellie instigated this or falsely reported, does she go to jail under her terms of probation?

With so many powerful interests out to get GZ, Shellie may be motivated by more than her divorce. She did that interview, and has perhaps been “turned” to the dark side. The hate is a powerful tool. Obama flipped the hate switch against GZ to start this whole thing. He’s a master at that.

the video is funny, she is following him around with the ipad recording him, he walks in the front door and gz locks it so she went around the other side i wonder if breaking and entering can be charged on shellie