George Zimmerman has been taken into custody in Florida on what is being reported as a “disturbance call.”
— Gary Shumlai (@SHUMLAY1) November 18, 2013
The death threats and general wishes of ill fate ensued:
"When y'all niggas gonna kill #zimmerman?"
(What's taking so long?)
— AfricanBootyScratch (@Oktagonicx) November 18, 2013
— Bri♋️ (@BumbleBri_69) November 18, 2013
*sighs* could somebody, anybody please just kill George Zimmerman already!? Or at least cut off his arms???
— Tubby (@TubbyBlog) November 18, 2013
— DN ❄ (@dumisani04) November 18, 2013
— RICHTISM (@DADECANE) November 18, 2013
I hope George Zimmerman at least spends long enough in jail for someone to beat him up this time.
— Josh Gondelman (@joshgondelman) November 18, 2013
You expect George Zimmerman to follow the law after he got away with murder? C'mon son.
— Lili K. (@LiliKjazz) November 18, 2013
Many believe that Zimmerman’s latest arrest proves his guilt in the shooting of Trayvon Martin:
His second arrest since the Trayvon Martin case and y'all fools still don't think he is guilty ? http://t.co/EJp9oQtzQi
— @SusieSarahPlot_MUA (@Susie_SarahPlot) November 18, 2013
Even if you somehow thought George Zimmerman wasnt guilty,his post trial actions clearly show hes an unhinged maniac. No Justice for Trayvon
— Justin Burkhardt (@JustinBurkhardt) November 18, 2013
George Zimmerman is basically showing America that he is guilty of killing Trayvon Martin. All of this stuff is adding up.
— S. (@_iAmSie) November 18, 2013
If George Zimmerman would have been found guilty when he Murdered Trayvon these 2 womn wouldn't have had to be victims of domestic violence
— Tammy Vent (@tammyvent) November 18, 2013
George Zimmerman might be going through some issues, but dont use it as a reason he should've been guilty in the Trayvon Martin case #tcot
— Andrew Moss (@DesertOsprey21) November 18, 2013
Zimmerman's wrongs today don't make him guilty all of a sudden for the Trayvon trial.
— TIMYENIS CESPEDES (@TimothyGentile) November 18, 2013
Zimmerman could be arrested 100 times. Still wouldn't automatically make him guilty in Trayvon case.
— Melody Adams (@wheresmyzoloft) November 18, 2013
Zimmerman’s booking photo:
The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office will reportedly release the arrest details and 911 call when they are available.
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