No wine wasted by George Zimmerman; Charges dropped as no evidence is found

George Zimmerman as he is being taken to the police station on Jan. 9 after his aggravated assault arrest.
George Zimmerman as he is being taken to the police station on Jan. 9 after his aggravated assault arrest.

The infamous George Zimmerman, known for the murder of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin will not be facing charges in his recent Florida assault case where a woman proclaims he threw a wine bottle at her and broker her cell phone. What is going on in the world?

Attorney Phil Archer said in a recent statement, “While it is clear that the officers had probable cause to arrest Mr. Zimmerman which was affirmed by the circuit court judge at initial appearances, the subsequent recantation by the victim and her attorney precludes my office from proceeding further.”

The arrest apparently happened four days after the two had a scuffle over a piece of art, and she threatened to break up with Mr. Zimmerman and leave him. Who would have known art could be the make or break in a healthy relationship with George Zimmerman? I understand everyone has a past, but this guy has a past, present, and possible future with the authorities. The woman later on goes on to describe Zimmerman to the police as a “psychopath” that she ever regretted hooking up with. My only question is does she not follow current events? Not only that, but authorities said that ever since the arrest, the victim has been very uncooperative. When she was scheduled to meet with the prosecutors’ office, she refused!

“The victim denied that Mr. Zimmerman threw a bottle at her and stated that she was never in fear of the Defendant. She also made it clear that she did not want to proceed with the case,” the prosecutor said in a statement. Either she is suffering from battered wife syndrome, or none of it happened. The prosecutor went on to say, “A lack of eyewitnesses or other corroborating evidence to dispute her version of the incident also contributed to the decision.”

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