News: Trayvon Martin Juror Wants Zimmerman Behind Bars: "God's Showing George's True Side"
Wednesday, Nov 20, 2013 4:15PM
Days after notorious ex-Florida neighborhood watch worker George Zimmerman was arrested for domestic assault amongst other charges, a juror from his Trayvon Martin case has spoken out.
According to Juror B29, Zimmerman's true self is being exposed for the world to see and proving his destiny rests behind bars.
How's this for irony ... George Zimmerman belongs in prison ... this, coming from one of the jurors in the Trayvon Martin case who kept him OUT of prison. Juror B29 -- who identifies herself as Maddy -- tells TMZ, she always had a bad feeling about Zimmerman, despite finding him not guilty of murdering Trayvon ... a verdict she begrudgingly reached through a strict interpretation of the law. Now, she says Zimmerman's domestic violence arrest is proof he's not freedom-worthy ... "God is showing George's true side ... [George] is continuing to dig himself a bigger grave." The juror believes Zimmerman will continue to commit violent acts until someone lays down the law ... telling us, "He NEEDS to do some type of time ... He thinks he is invincible." (TMZ)
Despite serious charges, Zimmerman was released on a $9,000 bond yesterday (November 19).
On Tuesday afternoon, a judge set a $9,000 bond for Zimmerman and directed that he have no contact with his alleged victim, not leave the state of Fla., and not possess any firearms or ammunition as he awaits an arraignment on domestic violence charges. Dressed in a gray jumpsuit, Zimmerman appeared in a Sanford, Fla. courtroom the day after being arrested for allegedly pointing a shotgun at his girlfriend during an altercation in her Apopka, Fla., home. He is charged with aggravated assault, battery, domestic violence and criminal mischief He must wear an electronic monitoring bracelet until his arraignment on Jan. 7, 2014. (CBS News)
While in jail, George's estranged wife had him served with divorce papers.
As if being accused of choking his girlfriend, shoving a gun in her face and threatening suicide weren't enough, his wife Shellie served him with divorce papers in jail and his lawyer said he is $2.5 million in debt. During his two-day stint in jail, his estranged wife, who had her own domestic dispute with him back in September, was able to serve him with a divorce petition, NBC News added. (International Business Times)
Buzz behind his unexpected arrest bubbled across the Internet on Monday.
Mr. Zimmerman, 30, was charged with domestic aggravated assault, domestic battery and criminal mischief after he and his girlfriend, Samantha Scheibe, had an argument at their home in Apopka, northwest of Orlando, said Chief Deputy Sheriff Dennis Lemma of Seminole County. Ms. Scheibe told investigators that she had asked Mr. Zimmerman to leave the residence, and that he had begun packing his belongings, including two firearms, before growing agitated and turning violent. (New York Times)