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Man Convicted of Trying to Kill George Zimmerman Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison 

The man convicted of second-degree murder for shooting at George Zimmerman during a 2015 road rage incident has been sentenced to 20 years in prison, WFTV reports. According to the report, Matthew Apperson’s wife, Lisa, and his mother both argued that the trial was unfair, with Lisa Apperson complaining about how her husband was painted […]
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