George Zimmerman was exonerated by the jurors of a Florida Judicial Court in July, 2014 much to our collective horror. 'Our' includes the people who live in the United States, who are interested in sensible gun control. These people are viewed with contempt by most of the ammosexuals, who are largely Republican, as you may suspect. Show More Summary
Man Who Shot At George Zimmerman Convicted Of Attempted Murder The Florida hero shot at George Zimmerman was found guilty last week of attempted second-degree murder reports CNN: Matthew Apperson, 27, also was found guilty of shooting into a
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A Florida man was found guilty Friday of attempted second-degree murder for shooting at George Zimmerman in a 2015 road rage incident, reports CNN. Matthew Apperson, 27, also was found guilty of shooting into a vehicle and aggravated assault with a firearm, and faces a minimum of 20 years in prison because the crime involved […]
This happened during a roadside confrontation. Matthew Apperson, 37, who according to prosecutors has a history of mental illness, was convicted in a jury trial in the Orlando suburb of Sanford, Florida, according to accounts by the Orlando Sentinel newspaper and 24-hour Orlando television news channel News 13. Police asserted in their arrest affidavit for [...]
Zimmerman remains a free man.
The Florida man who shot at George Zimmerman last year was found guilty in court earlier today.
ORLANDO, Fla., - A Florida man was found guilty on Friday of attempted murder for shooting at George Zimmerman during a roadside confrontation with the ex-neighborhood watch captain widely known for killing unarmed black teenager Trayvon...Show More Summary
A Florida man who fired a gun at George Zimmerman's truck during a road-rage confrontation was convicted of attempted second-degree murder Friday, the AP reports. Jurors also found 37-year-old Matthew Apperson guilty of shooting into a vehicle and aggravated assault with a firearm. He faces sentencing Oct. 17.
ORLANDO, Fla., Sept 16 (Reuters) - A Florida man was found guilty on Friday of attempted murder for shooting at George Zimmerman during a roadside confrontation with the ex-neighborhood watch captain widely known for killing unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin, local media reported. Show More Summary
Matthew Apperson, 37, is convicted of attempted second-degree murder for firing at the ex-neighborhood watch volunteer.
A Florida man who fired a gun at George Zimmerman's truck during a road-rage confrontation has been convicted of attempted second-degree murder. Local news outlets report jurors also found 37-year-old Matthew Apperson guilty Friday of shooting into a vehicle and aggravated assault with a firearm....
"They are terrorists … it’s not a movement. I see them as terrorists," Zimmerman said Wednesday.
George Zimmerman is back on the witness stand, but this time as an alleged victim. In the current trial, George Zimmerman is testifying against a man named Matthew Aperson. According to the indictment, Aperson has been accused of the attempted murder of George Zimmerman in an apparent road rage incident. Show More Summary
He's testifying in a trial against the man who is charged in his attempted murder, Matthew Apperson.
George Zimmerman is back in court, and this time for a thing another person did, and not because he shot a teenage boy he thought was gonna murder him with Skittles. It’s because of a road rage incident from 2015 in which a fella named Matthew Apperson shot at him. Apperson is being charged with second-degree attempted
Trayvon Martin shooter George Zimmerman is in court again today to testify against Matthew Apperson, who was allegedly engaged in a road rage incident where he shot at Zimmerman in 2015. Apperson is charged with attempted second-degree murder. Zimmerman asserted he doesn’t believe Black Lives...
"Oh, I believe [Martin] played a huge role in his death.[...] When George confronted him, he could have walked away and gone home." —Juror B37, State of Florida vs George Zimmerman Director Ryan Coogler's new film Fruitvale Station is everywhere. Show More Summary
Here's all the news on our radar for today! The NAACP's petition to file civil rights charges against George Zimmerman, which launched five days ago, now has one million signatures. [Crew Of 42] With widespread outrage over the Zimmerman...Show More Summary