Racist Child Molester? Witness Says Zimmerman Didn’t Like Black People Who Didn’t “Act Like White People”
Yesterday there were several bombshells embedded in the evidence released by the prosecution in the George Zimmerman case. A woman, “Winess 9″, identified as a cousin of George Zimmerman, said he molested her for a decade, beginning when she was six. An excerpt of her interview with investigators:
“He would reach under the blankets and try to do things,” the woman–identified as “Witness 9″–told investigators.
The alleged molestation occurred at the home of George Zimmerman’s parents.
“I would try to push him off, but he was bigger, stronger and older,” she said during the interview on March 20, less than a month after the shooting. The woman, who contacted prosecutors after Martin’s killing, said she was 6 and Zimmerman was 8 when he began molesting her.
When asked why she came forward, she said: “This is the first time in my life that I’m not afraid of him,” she replied.
The woman said her family would get together with Zimmerman’s family once a year. ”Every time that we would go up there, I could just look at him and he would give me a certain look and I would just know it was going to happen when we got together for family gatherings … He just got this look in his eye like he was going to [molest me].”
In addition to those shocking revelations, “Witness 9″ also says that Zimmerman is racist.
An unnamed witness who grew up around George Zimmerman contacted authorities after the shooting death of Trayvon Martin because she feared that Zimmerman was motivated by a prejudice against black people, she said in recorded conversations with investigators.
“Growing up, (Zimmerman) and his family always made statements that they didn’t like black people if they don’t act like white people,” the witness, who would be about 27 now, told investigators in the taped conversation. “They like black people if they act white. Other than that, they talked a lot of bad things about black people.”
This is damning evidence because Zimmerman’s character matters more than anything since Trayvon Martin isn’t alive to tell his side of the story. And so far, we have Zimmerman’s ex-girlfriend saying he smacked her chewing gum, a co-worker telling a reporter that Zimmerman was a bully, the judge presiding over his bond hearing calling him a manipulator (a charge his ex-girlfriend also makes), and now this accusation of molestation and racism. If Zimmerman’s character is at issue, it’s not looking good.
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