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    In an interview with Christi O’Connor, Shellie Zimmerman said that she and George got into a fight Saturday night, the night before he killed, Trayvon Martin, and that she left him and was staying at her father's house.  Shellie Zimmerman said she was still staying with her father on Sunday - the night of the killing of Trayvon Martin.

     That means George's dad, Robert Zimmerman Sr. lied when he was under oath and told the State Attorney that George had cooked Shellie dinner that night.

Time stamp 1:39
ROBERT ZIMMERMAN Sr.: George had cooked dinner for him and his wife and was going to the store. He goes to the store the same time every week.

~ Robert Zimmerman Sr, George Zimmerman's dad, while under oath

     If Robert Zimmerman is going to lie about George cooking dinner for Shellie that night, when she had moved out the night before, I do not believe him when he also swore under oath that it was George Zimmerman's voice screaming for help ... I don't believe it. So far all I've garnered from the George Zimmerman family is that they are pathological liars who enable their sociopathic son so much so that he killed an unarmed teenager.  

     Since there was none of George's DNA on Trayvon Martin's hands, fingers or sleeves, (see my previous diaries), I always wondered if Shellie had caused those "injuries" on George's head sometime before he found Trayvon ... now ... that I know Shellie and George had a fight so bad that she left home and moved in with her dad, I am beginning to believe she did cause those injuries to George's head on Saturday night.



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    This would mean, George Zimmerman lied when he told the police that he and Shellie mentored children at their home on Sunday afternoon before he did his weekly shopping at Target.

DETECTIVE SERINO: "He had made reference to mentoring children, specifically African America children."
    Remember Zimmerman fans chanting George couldn't possibly have profiled Trayvon because Trayvon is black, after all, George mentors black kids.

     Zimmerman also told Sean Hannity he and Shellie had been mentoring kids that night:

ZIMMERMAN: I was going to Target to do my weekly grocery shopping. Sunday nights was the only nights -- well, Sunday after we mentored the kids, we would always go grocery shopping and do our cooking for the week. So I wanted to go to Target and I headed out. And that's the last time I've been home.
    George clearly lied as "we" did not "mentor" any kids that night because one of the "we" had moved out and was living with her father.

     Shellie Zimmerman did not disclose what they argued about that led her to move  out and stay with her father and she was never asked if she hit George in the head before she moved out.  She also refused to answer if George has a temper.

OCONNOR: "Does George have a temper? How volatile did it get the evening before?"

SHELLIE ZIMMERMAN: "Not going to answer that,"

    ABC News reports that Christie O’Connor is writing a book about Zimmerman's trial and hinted that there was evidence that was mishandled, saying that during the sensational trial, “there were so many untruths told.”

     “What the jury never heard could have led to a different verdict,” she said.

     Everything that George Zimmerman did, from the second he killed Trayvon Martin has seemed scripted and phoney to me.  OMara's law firm even confirmed that they used public relation plan regarding George Zimmerman.

“We certainly would not have advised him to go to the factory that made the gun that he used to shoot Trayvon Martin through the heart,” Shawn Vincent, a spokesman for attorney Mark O’Mara, told Yahoo! News Friday afternoon. “That was not part of our public relations plan.”
    This diary was updated to include Robert Zimmerman Sr. perjuring himself.
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