While protesters were gearing up to protest the shooting of Michael Brown at Sunday night’s Cardinal’s game, director and writer (“Ocean’s Thirteen,” “Runner Runner”) Brian Koppelman was reflecting on Trayvon Martin shooter George Zimmerman, whom he believes not only dreamed of killing, but needed to.
Twitter seemed to agree.
Zimmerman was recently questioned by police officers in an incident of road rage, according to the Los Angeles Times.
In a 911 call Tuesday, 35-year-old Matthew Apperson said Zimmerman became enraged while driving and began yelling he would shoot Apperson.
When police contacted Zimmerman, he was armed and said he was in the area for a doctor’s appointment, according to dash cam video and an officer’s body cam.
Officers took the gun from Zimmerman, but returned it at the end of their contact with him, according to the videos.
Zimmerman’s demeanor was calm during the conversation with police, according to the videos.
Of course, there are other things to take into consideration in the Trayvon Martin case.