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George Zimmerman: Detective Wanted to Arrest Him for Trayvon Martin Shooting

George Zimmerman would have been arrested and charged with manslaughter if the lead detective in the case, Chris Serino, had it his way. That bombshell was reported by ABC News on Tuesday, March 27.

Serino, a lead investigator with the Sanford Police Department, apparently did not believe the volunteer neighborhood watchman’s account of the events on that fateful evening last month that resulted in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. Serino wanted Zimmerman, 28, locked up, but the state Attorney’s Office said there was not enough evidence to make an arrest, multiple sources told ABC News.
In an affidavit taken the night of the Feb. 26 killing, Serino stated he was unconvinced by Zimmerman’s version of events in which he claimed self-defense.
State Attorney Norman Wolfinger refused to comment.

3 Comments

  1. UGH on March 28, 2012 at 2:40 pm

    I’m unconvinced too! Florida law? What’s that? The law is that his father is a retired judge and pulled some strings. If Zimmerman was the one to die that night, Trayvon would have been in jail.

    • Raven420 on March 28, 2012 at 5:48 pm

      He damn sure would be, but you forgot with the death penalty being sought.  And no one outside of the local news area would even know about it, just as no one outside of the local news area would know about THIS case, if the shooter had been arrested.  

  2. aggregation on July 15, 2013 at 1:06 pm

    Wolfinger is just another member of The Jew World Order. Just one Jew looking out for another Jew here.