George Zimmerman Update: Next 'Sandy Hook' After Trayvon Martin Murder Trial, Says Police Chief
Acquitted Trayvon Martin killer, George Zimmerman, is back in the news after his murder trial. Following last Monday's alleged domestic assault, emails from Lake Marry police chief Steve Bracknel are circulating where he claims that Zimmerman is a potential "Sandy Hook waiting to happen."
In the wake of no charges being filled against George Zimmerman for a domestic argument with his estranged wife last week, Florida citizens have began to voice their concerns about Lake Mary's most infamous resident.
One man in particular, Santiago Rodriguez, reached out to police Chief Steve Bracknel, concerning the killers freedom. Writing in an email:
"Zimmerman is a Sandy Hook, Aurora waiting to happen,"
Chief Brackenel responded to this point in particular when he replied: "Your reference to Sandy Hook … I agree,"
Rodriguez further urged Brackenel to continue prosecution of Zimmerman:
"Sooner or later another mother and father is going to be on CNN lashing out against the system due to this man snapping."
However, the lawman seemingly has his hands tied regarding what actions he can take against Zimmerman. He did make it clear that he personally wanted to see the killer locked away: "As for your final thoughts, again, on a personal note, I agree."
Monday's domestic disturbance marks the latest controversy for George Zimmerman. The acquitted killer can't seem to stay out of the headlines, or behind bars for that matter. Just two months after being found not guilty of killing 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, the seemingly "untouchable man" keeps making the news.
Meanwhile one of the attorneys that represented Zimmerman in his murder trial, has dropped him from his client list. Mark O'Mara, who has taken a job as a CNN analyst, told his new employers:
"I am not representing George Zimmerman in his recent domestic altercation case or his impending divorce case."
Although, O'Mara will still remain as Zimmerman's council for his defamation suit against NBC.© 2016 The Classical Art, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.