Well, well, well, what do we have here? The tomfoolery of this George Zimmerman case continues. Not satisfied with playing her position from the sidelines, George’s wife Shellie Zimmerman decided to take a starring role. Now in case you missed it, Shellie was arrested on Tuesday and charged with perjury. This stems from her allegedly lying about money during her husband’s bond hearing. This enabled him to be originally released on bond, before the courts revoked his bail last week. With all of the fuckery encompassing this situation, the question needs to be asked, how will this affect the trial?
Now from my past blog posts, you already know how I feel about this case. At this point, I just want the trial to happen so the truth can come to light. All I know is, this entire situation is a major shot to the Zimmerman family’s credibility. So let me get this straight: George lied about how much money he had in his accounts, he lied about having a 2nd passport, and I’m still supposed to believe his story about Trayvon Martin? To make matters worse, there’s evidence of Shellie making transactions of over $200,000 in the times before and after his bond hearing. Some of this money was obtained from donations George received in order to support his case. That has to be the Webster’s Dictionary definition of “sketchy.” It’s starting to seem like you can’t trust a word that comes out of their mouths and nobody really believed their stories to begin with.
Despite these recent circumstances, this still doesn’t convict George for murder in a court of law. With that being said, he can’t be feeling too good about himself right now. He’s already a public pariah and he keeps dirtying his own name. All I can say is, good luck in court… bitch.