George Zimmerman's "Punk Patrol"

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When George Zimmerman killed Trayvon Martin on Feb. 26, 2012:

That night, Zimmerman, who was on punk-patrol was determined that another punk would not escape.

George Zimmerman, 28, had already prejudged 17-year old Trayvon Martin by the time he saw him; a Black youth whom he was unfamiliar with.

This adult, Zimmerman believed Martin was one of those elusive "punks"; the type allegedly involved in past thefts in his neighborhood. And nobody likes a punk.

So on that night in Florida this was the mindset that controlled George Zimmerman's actions. And from this type of disposition, only trouble can come; nothing more. And trouble did come.

He was told by the Police Department not to follow Martin. But he did. That's what happens when a person is determined to confront a "punk."Trayvon Martin didn't know there was someone searching for a "punk."

Had it not been a "punk" named Trayvon on Feb. 26, so long as Zimmerman was determined to nail a "punk," it might have been someone else some other day.

And he, likely, would have been Black.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AX7tNBIyWJo

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