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Looks like somebody's back in the spotlight!
It wasn't too long ago that George Zimmerman was the defendant in the murder trial of Trayvon Martin.
George recently attempted to rebrand himself as an artist and boxer, but the elephant in the room is still the role he played in Trayvon's death. On Sunday he spoke with the press for the first time since being acquitted of murder and some of the things said were downright shocking.
“In my mind between God and me … I know that if I did not act the way I acted, I would not be here. When you hit your head repeatedly against the concrete, you have a broken nose, eyes full of blood and tears, you’re not in the position to do much."
In a separate interview with CNN on Monday, George confessed that he fears for his life every day.
"I have a lot of people saying that, you know, they guarantee that they're going to kill me and I'll never be a free man."
At one point, George told the world he was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. He also went so far as to blame President Barack Obama for making matters worse - George implied that the President milked the case in the media to win votes!
Wow!! That's a harsh allegation!
So why has George resorted to art and boxing? As it turns out, he's $2.5 million in debt thanks mostly to legal defense fees.
Yikes! Considering all of the anti-Obama rhetoric he spouted, George should consider getting a job at FOX News!