Lake Mary police chief Steve Bracknell agreed in a series of emails with a resident, Santiago Rodriguez, that George Zimmerman is a “ticking time bomb” and another “Sandy Hook” waiting to happen. This comes after Rodriguez sent a series of emails to the Bracknell over his exasperation with Zimmerman, who was acquitted for the murder of Trayvon Martin, after he and his estranged wife had a domestic dispute that turned ugly. The trigger-happy George Zimmerman that engaged in yet another domestic violence incident, this time with his wife, is the same person who followed Trayvon Martin.
Bracknell expressed his views in response to two emails from Santiago Rodriguez, who reached Bracknell through a contact form on the police department’s website. Bracknell confirmed the emails’ authenticity to ThinkProgress and subsequently tried to distance himself from the remarks.
Rodriguez’s first email was an extended, and sometimes angry, critique of how the Lake Mary Police Department handled their response to the recent altercation between George Zimmerman, his wife and his father in law. Rodriguez told Bracknell that he had a responsibility to charge Zimmerman because he was another “Sandy Hook… waiting to happen.” Bracknell responded with a detailed defense of the police department’s conduct, but explicitly endorsed Rodriguez’s comments on Sandy Hook.
Asked to elaborate on his email, Bracknell attempted to distance himself from Rodriguez’s comments, saying he did not agree and was “referring to the fact that [Zimmerman] seems to be involved in incidents” involving firearms. Source: Think Progress
George Zimmerman is a ticking time bomb for sure. He reminds me a lot of O.J. Simpson, who just couldn’t keep a low profile after he was acquitted in the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman. O.J. is now sitting behind bars and his financial house is a mess.
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