George Zimmerman Caught Speeding in Forney Texas

Just two weeks after found not guilty of the murder and manslaughter of Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman was pulled over by Texas police in Forney for speeding.

Supposedly Zimmerman disclosed to the officer that he had a gun in his glove compartment to which the officer told him to, “just take it easy, go ahead and shut your glove compartment and don’t play with your firearm, OK?”

Really?! I mean, yes the man was found not guilty, but that’s it? No vehicle inspection, no questioning as to why he had a gun…nothing!

In fact, the officer didn’t even know who he was when he initially pulled him over. The officer asked Zimmerman where he was going to which he replied, “nowhere in particular.”

The officer questioned, “Why is that?”

To which Zimmerman replied, “You didn’t see my name?”

“Wow, what a coincidence,” the officer said.

About the Author

Ginger Hill is Group Social Media Manager.

  • Becoming a Guide on the Customer Journey Becoming a Guide on the Customer Journey

    In this episode, Security Today editor-in-chief Ralph Jensen chats with Chris Hugman of System Surveyor about the customer journey. As the company’s chief executive officer, Hugman continues to work toward his vision of seamless systems management from concept to system end-of-life. He also addresses what it takes to be a guide in the security industry and why it is different from the traditional sales process. Originally a systems integrator, Hugman reveals his thoughts on technology and the prospects of the customer journey over the next few years, as well as the direction of technology.

Digital Edition

  • Environmental Protection
  • Occupational Health & Safety
  • Spaces4Learning
  • Campus Security & Life Safety