George Zimmerman’s Attorneys Drop Him As Client
George Zimmerman, who is responsible for shooting a killing teenager Trayvon Martin, has just lost his attorney’s. In a case that drew outrage across the country and continues to get stranger and stranger, seemingly by the day, has once again took a turn for the bizarre.
George Zimmerman’s attorney’s withdrew from the controversial killer of Trayvon Martin, on Tuesday. The reason that Zimmerman’s attorney’s dropped him as a client is because Zimmerman made it impossible for his lawyers to communicate with him.
Mr. Uhrig, one of George Zimmerman’s attorneys stated George Zimmerman “ may not be in control of what is going on,” due to his emotional state or other stresses.
How Strange Will The Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman Case Get?
That is entirely anybodies guess at this point. Most recently, lawyers said Zimmerman called special prosecutor Angela Corey on Tuesday. This along is a very highly bizarre move for an individual of an investigation, who is being represented by a attorney, to do.
What get’s even stranger is that George Zimmerman, who refused to communicate with his lawyers, updated his website telling readers that he plans to respond to every single one of them.
Will George Zimmerman Be Arrested For The Killing of Trayvon Martin nobody is willing to say for certain but on the surface it would seem as if George Zimmerman is becoming more and more convinced that he will be arrested.
Where is the George Zimmerman Case Going
Nobody, no matter how learned they may be, is able to answer the question of what will happen with George Zimmerman. We have learned that originally George Zimmerman thought that the Trayvon Martin shooting and killing would blow over. Or so said one of his ex-attorney’s prior to quitting Zimmerman’s case.
I’m not saying that Zimmerman is a murderer, only that he’s raising certain red flags. I recently spoke with an old detective contact of mine who has absolutely not connection to the George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin, case whatsoever. However he did point out that Zimmerman’s fascinations with being “in charge” along with his pursuit to become an Officer of the law of some nature, coupled with George Zimmerman calling prosecutors on the phone to ask about the case and you start getting a sketch of someone who fits the very generalized profiles of a killer, or even a serial Killer.
Nevertheless, this is all conjecture and simply an armchair criminal profiling exercise minus all the facts that the police and prosecutors have available to them.
If you ask me whether George Zimmerman should or will be arrested? I’d say that the answer to both of those questions is yes. Whether or not George Zimmerman will or should found guilty is a whole other matter that I am not able to speak to without seeing and hearing all the evidence first.
Remember, we are a nation of laws and everyone, including George Zimmerman, are innocent until proven guilty.
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