Since George Zimmerman’s  unbelievable 2nd degree murder acquittal July 13th, just months ago, he’s been in the news on three occasions.

He was caught speeding in Texas, speeding in Florida and most recently he was involved in a domestic dispute involving his wife Shellie who has recently filed for a divorce. Things apparently got heated during a property exchange causing George’s estranged wife Shellie Zimmerman to call law enforcement due to George Zimmerman’s unruly behavior at her father’s home.  Apparently Georgie isn’t very happy with the break-up.

18 months ago Shellie Zimmerman who had lied to Judge Kenneth Lester in order to get a reduced bail for her beloved husband was recently convicted of misdemeanor perjury.  Ironically the only person who’s paid any price having to do with Trayvon Martin’s murder is Shellie.

 No good deed goes unpunished

It was reported during Monday’s property exchange things turned ugly.  Shellie claimed that her estranged husband threatened her with a gun. George, who showed up with 7 of his buddies punched her father in the nose and conveniently broke Shellie’s IPad she was using to video tape the property exchange.

Here’s the 911 call

In a very telling remark George Zimmerman’s defense attorney Mark O’Mara had this to say, “I’ve come to know them as a family, and it’s not a good idea to get between them.”

After the ordeal, Shellie recanted her story and she and her father refused to press charges against George Zimmerman, however the investigation continues as investigators believe the mobile device captured video of the dispute.

Snipped:

Investigators believe the mobile device captured video of Monday’s dispute at the Lake Mary house where the Zimmermans had been living. Shellie Zimmerman told authorities he smashed it to pieces, but the former neighborhood watch volunteer said she hit him with it. Police said it was examined at a crime lab, and the chances of them being able to watch the video were “outstanding,” but it wasn’t clear when that might happen.

Stay tuned as the George Zimmerman saga continues.  It seems that the man refuses to go away until he finds himself in jail again.

~TheJBMission

Source:
http://news.yahoo.com/ipad-video-becomes-key-george-zimmerman-case-222609262.html