George Zimmerman Blames Trayvon Martin's Parents As His Weapon Is Auctioned off
The remorse? What the hell is that?
Trayvon Martin's killer George Zimmerman, obviously, has no remorse for the February 26, 2012 the death of the black teenager was unarmed and whose history would be to go to the rock of an entire nation.
Although there is no truth in the rumors that Kendrick Lamar has no association with the gun used to kill the 17-year old from Florida, it is a fact that Zimmerman, 32, is in fact the pursuit of monetary gain to the gun.
And he's throwing salt in the unsealable wounds of the death of the teen parents.
"Don't raise your child right. He attacked a complete stranger and tried to kill him," Zimmerman told The Daily Beast in a recent interview. Then named them specifically, saying, "Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin did everything he could to capitalize on his son's death," he said. "She was never a mother figure to him. Tracy Martin couldn't care less about your child. He treated him like a dog without a leash."
While everyone is entitled to their own sense of recollection, Zimmerman's account of the events that led to Martin's death does not coincide with the timeline that was approved by the court. In that terrible night in February, Zimmerman, masquerading as a neighborhood watchman/fanboy cop, followed Martin through a gated community in Sanford, FL because of their sweatshirt with hood grey and ignored the 911 dispatcher's urging to interrupt his search. An altercation ensued and Martin ended up dead with a gun shot wound in the chest.
In July 2013, was acquitted of second degree murder and manslaughter charges and has since been entangled in domestic violence and suspicion of the lust for the attention of the public.
Let Zimmerman tell you that however, all of this is Trayvon's parents ' fault (and, of course, President Obama).
"Of course, I feel for any parent who has lost a child," Zimmerman says TDB when asked if she felt any pain from the incident. "That said, I also believe that it is their duty to have an internal d