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George Zimmerman Hideout Plan Sounds Like A Movie, Detailed In Security Lawsuit

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George Zimmerman, currently facing charges in the shooting death of unarmed teen Trayvon Martin in Florida in February, has become a controversial figure in 2012’s news landscape — igniting debates about gun control, race in America, and the justice system as the twists and turns of the case become increasingly bizarre.

Bodyguards for George Zimmerman recently brought suit against the accused murderer for non-payment of bills, and now details revealed in the course of the case expose a movie-like hide-out plan hatched for the defendant including a dramatic flight to a “tourist resort,” complete with a costume change and GPS tracking.

George Zimmerman is currently free on bond and in hiding, but the plan’s details reveal a more lavish and involved plan to stash him on vacation after he was sprung from the Seminole County Jail. According to the Orlando Sentinel, the plan hatched by Associated Investigative Services Inc. went like this:

“This was the plan to move George Zimmerman out of the Seminole County Jail and make him disappear: He would be outfitted in concealed body armor and driven away by an armed guard in a rental vehicle that had been checked to make sure no one had secretly placed a GPS tracking device on it … He would be whisked awayto a tourist resort, according to a recently-released “jail escort plan,” where he would then go into the handicapped stall of the men’s bathroom and change into a new shirt, hat and glasses.”

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Global Grind adds:

“Zimmerman would then walk to a different vehicle and be driven to a safe house. Bodyguards, which he hasn’t paid, would watch for paparazzi and be on the lookout for people who wanted to harm him.”

The latter notes that it is not currently clear whether George Zimmerman’s elaborate hideout plan ever came to fruition — nor do we know whether its planning and possible implementation are including in the near $30,000 the accused killer reportedly owes the agency.

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6 Responses to “George Zimmerman Hideout Plan Sounds Like A Movie, Detailed In Security Lawsuit”

  1. Tre Anthony

    To summarize, and to put all of this non-sense into prospective, “Trayvon was a well-mannered kid”, as Detective Serino has plainly stated all along. This website was put together by someone who ‘supports’ a person who murdered a 17 year old kid and who has a long-storied history of violence, including, but not limited to, a “criminal history of assault and battery on both woman and police officers”.
    In any event, nothing could ever change the fact that George Zimmerman falsely accused Trayvon Martin of being ‘suspicious’ and ‘up to no good’ and that he admitted that he shot and killed Trayvon. Those are undisputed facts. More telling, though, the evidence will show and witnesses will testify that George Zimmerman tried to ‘detain’ Trayvon before he shot him, and that’s exactly what instigated that confrontation. Yet, George Zimmerman conveniently left that part out. In fact, after he shot the boy, he still tried to detain him. For example, a neighbor came out and George Zimmerman told him not to call the police but to help him ‘restrain’ the kid. Indeed, he admitted to as much in his very own written statement to police on page 4.
    Well, if George Zimmerman was so in ‘fear’ of his life at the time that he shot Trayvon, and as he would have unintelligent people believe, then he should have gotten up off that grown where he claimed to have been and immediately called the police back and reported to them what had just happened but he didn’t do that. Instead, he continued to try to detain Trayvon against his will and so, Trayvon had a divine right to try to defend himself from a person who he reasonably thought was trying to either rob him or kidnap him. Anyone in Trayvon’s shoes would have done that. And if Trayvon was ‘pummeling the fuck out of’ George Zimmerman, then he got exactly what he deserved for trying to ‘detain’ the boy against his will. The dispatcher plainly told George Zimmerman to essentially leave Trayvon alone but he did so anyway because he felt that “these assholes, they always get away’, and that’s why he tried to ‘detain’ Trayvon until the police arrived, and he knows it but, again, he conveniently left this part out.
    Furthermore, George Zimmerman claimed that Trayvon attacked him at the T on the sidewalk. That’s ironic because Trayvon’s body was found laying face down with his arms underneath him some 40 feet AWAY from the T. Why is that? The only logical explanation is that George Zimmerman actually shot Trayvon from a distant or he chased Trayvon down on foot with his loaded 9mm gun from the T and then shot him. So which was it?

    In any event, somebody should go down to the Orange County Circuit Court courthouse located at 425 North Orange Avenue in Orlando, FL 32801, and get a copy of the civil complaint filed by the Security company against him and post it online. It will most likely show the physical address to where George Zimmerman and his wife are in hiding.

    At the end of the day, and case, George Zimmerman will be found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt for Second Degree Murder.

  2. PoliticsNews Aja

    On July 1, 2006, a new law went into effect that makes personal identifying information pertaining to a Concealed Weapon or Firearm license confidential and exempt from Section 119.07(1), Florida Statutes and Section 24(a), Article 1 of the State Constitution. Learned Friday that the state may indeed have a REFUND RECEIPT for GZ CCW license. If this is true, it explains why Omara hasn't accepted Judge Nelson offer to have the SYG hearing that Omara claimed to want so much. Further, it means GZ was illegally in possession of his wife Shellie's gun that he used to kill Trayvon with. While Omara cries about the prosecution not handing over discovery fast enough, Omara has yet to provide the prosecution with reciprocal discovery. Notice the prosecution lack of concern? A little birdie told me it is because there is in fact a refund receipt from the state of Florida. It also explains why nothing was ever said about the revocation of GZ CCW, once he was arrested and charged with this crime. Something that would be required under Florida law. No need to revoke a license that was already revoked prior to this crime. Easily explains why the prosecution went for murder in the 2nd right off the bat of getting this case without calling for a grand jury.

  3. Tre Anthony

    @George "is 100% innocent" Zimmerman…lastly, you state that the "SP has in evidence a 20 oz dented AriZona watermelon juice can and the baggy Trayvon used to swing at George's nose," Now, WHY would Trayvon "swing at George's nose", IF, GZ DID NOT actually try to detain TM BEFORE he shot him or DID NOT imitate the confrontation? More telling, your statement that the SP has in evidence a 20 oz dented AriZona watermelon juice can and the baggy Trayvon used to swing at George's nose, is consistent with someone trying to DEFEND themselves from an attacker, which is exactly what TM tried to do when GZ tried to DETAIN him against his will, and TM certainly had the right to do that because, as stated above, he reasonably feared that GZ was trying to either rob him or kidnap him. Moreover, GZ stated, contrary to what you stated, that TM 'punched' him in the nose, presumably with his fist. If there is in fact a "20 oz" AriZona watermelon juice can and the baggy which was used to "swing" at George's nose, then that is direct evidence that TM tried to "DEFEND" himself and not simply "attacked" GZ unprovoked out of the blue. Interesting that you would know that there is a "DENTED" Arizona watermelon juice can when all that has ever been shown is a photo of that can. To the best of my recollection, a 'dent' in the can is not apparent from the photos. But skipping that for a second, there has also been 'no' discussion that Trayvon actually used that can to "swing at George's nose". Such specific details could only be known by either the killer himself or someone close to him that actually know of these specific details, but they nevertheless support the theory that GZ initiated that confrontation causing Trayvon to "SWING" that 20 oz Arizona watermelon juice can at GZ's nose in an attempt to keep GZ from trying to "DETAIN" him BEFORE he got shot. Thus, taking it all into prospect, George Zimmerman tried to 'DETAIN' Trayvon Martin against his will, and in the course of trying to do so, Trayvon 'SWUNG' the 20 oz Arizona watermelon juice can at George's nose, leaving the can dented, and in response, George shot Trayvon. That is essentially the crux of why George shot Trayvon, and it is also a compelling reason to find that George Zimmerman is guilty of Second Degree Murder. I have printed this entire tread and forwarded it on to the State's Attorney for further investigation since you have provided certain specific details that only the shooter would know; namely that Trayvon "swung at George's nose" with the Arizona watermelon juice can.

  4. Tre Anthony

    Officer Lynch of the Sanford Police Department reminded the other officers to ensure that a photograph was taken of the 2 SMALL lacerations on the back of Zimmerman's head. Officer Lynch DID NOT NOTICE ANY INJURY TO ZIMMERMAN'S NOSE. Now WHY is that? Does that prove that the photo taken of GZ's nose was PHOTO shopped. In fact, the size of GZ's nose taken at the scene is LARGER than what it was 30-minutes AFTER he arrived at the police station on that same night. Compare the Photo taken at the scene with the photos taken at the Police Station on that same night, and See Memorandum Dated April 2, 2012 at 1850. See also Memorandum Dated March 26, 2012 at 5:50 PM (Witness states that guy on top had a dark colored outfit on. Zimmerman had on a dark red/black jacket), March 26, 2012 at 5:40pm (Witness states that Zimmerman was on top BEFORE he shot TM), Memorandum Dated March 26, 2012 at 7:10 pm (Witness states that she saw 'shadows running from left to right and then heard shots". FDLE Investigated Report Dated March 20, 2012 at approximately 1810 hours, IR #10 (Witness states that he never observed which individual was yelling help, he only made an "assumption that the person on the bottom would be the one yelling help.") FDLE Investigative Report Dated April 26, 2012, IR #52 (Witness stressed to Zimmerman that one of the most important aspects of carrying a weapon, is weapon retention. Witness discussed with Zimmerman how to maintain a weapon in the holster and other techniques used for weapon retention. Witness stated, "its is not your gun its the gun. Ironically, that is the same line that George used in his Sean Hannity interview describing the events leading to his shooting of TM.)

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