The man who was acquitted for the shooting and murder of Trayvon Martin was once again let off with a warning.
George Zimmerman got pulled over again last month.
The Florida Highway Patrol conducted a traffic stop on Zimmerman Aug. 19 “for window tint that was too dark, as well as a tag cover that was placed over his tag,” Sgt. Kim Montes told the Orlando Sentinel.
According to WESH, the Trayvon Martin shooter told the officer that he “had the windows tinted because he’s been receiving death threats.”
Zimmerman was issued a warning and was not ticketed.
Earlier this month, Zimmerman was pulled over by the Lake Mary, Fla., police and issued a ticket for speeding.
In July, he was pulled over for speeding in Forney, Texas, and issued a warning without a ticket. He had a gun in his truck at the time. In dashcam video, the officer who pulled him over told him, “Don’t play with your firearm, okay?”
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