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George Zimmerman Punched in Face for Bragging About Killing Trayvon Martin

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Karma’s a punch in the face

The ever-controversial and universally-despised figure George Zimmerman is at it again. Is anyone surprised? He’s been getting more and more careless about bragging about murdering an innocent kid and getting away with it. Getting punched in the face is probably the least that should happen to him because George is the one who keeps enraging others with his provocative behavior. You can’t shake a resting bee’s nest and get mad when you get stung. Here’s the whole story.

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I’m pretty sure he deserves way more than this.

George, Again

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Unfortunately, we all know George Zimmerman. He’s the Florida man who callously shot and killed a black teenager named Trayvon Martin because he felt like the child was a threat to his safety. George was the one made contact with Trayvon, as the teen was doing nothing out of the ordinary and minding his own business. George basically attacked the teen, and eventually killed him. George was shockingly cleared of all charges citing a law called “Stand Your Ground” that allows citizens to use deadly force if they feel their lives are in danger.

Starts Trouble

George Zimmerman says he acted in self-defence


Zimmerman was feeling pretty proud of himself after escaping jail for second-degree murder, but he couldn’t keep his cocky attitude in check. His wife left him, he threatened his girlfriend with a gun after she left him, he allegedly threw a wine bottle at her (she dropped both cases, perhaps out of fear), and in 2015, Zimmerman was shot at by Matthew Apperson, a mentally ill man who fixated on George.

George’s braggadocio knows no bounds. Less than a year ago, George retweeted a grotesque photo of Trayvon Martin’s corpse. And this year he was set to auction off the very gun that he killed the teen with.

So it wasn’t surprising when this happened…