Zimmerman Left His Wife a Shot-Up Target: Report
Shellie said to have considered it a 'subliminal message'
By Kevin Spak, Newser User
Posted Oct 31, 2013 2:26 PM CDT

(Newser) – After George Zimmerman was forced to move out of his house last month, his soon-to-be-ex-wife Shellie found something ominous nailed to the wall: A shooting range target sporting 17 bullet holes, according to a report in Radar. A source sent Radar a photo of the target, saying it was the same photo "that Shellie sent to her lawyer and said, 'Look at the subliminal message George left me." Another source remarked, "It's really not that subliminal."

Zimmerman's case continues to reverberate in Sanford, Florida. Police there announced yesterday that its neighborhood watch volunteers would no longer be allowed to carry guns or pursue suspicious individuals, Reuters reports. "Neighborhood watch was always intended to be a program where you observe what is going on and report it to police," a department spokeswoman explained, adding that "people in the community are nervous to join a group that was tarnished in the media and got a bad image with everything that happened."

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Allen Malone
Nov 1, 2013 12:16 PM CDT
If the 'right' hitched its wagon to Zimmerman, it was foolish. If the 'left' makes him the poster-child for gun control, that's foolish, too. As for the present situation, all should remember that estranged husbands & wives have often been known to jump to conclusions, or worse. Shellie's insistence that the target came from George may be an assumption or even a lie. Until proof is offered, the open-minded will realize that it may have come from George, Shellie, or someone else - for any number of motives. Without proof, assigning blame and intentions is improper and unwise.
Nov 1, 2013 11:48 AM CDT
Well - the right sure did pick a winner when they hitched their wagon to this guy.
Nov 1, 2013 7:52 AM CDT
When one "GOT AWAY WITH MURDER' one tends to feel invincible.