Is George Zimmerman, the killer of Trayvon Martin, a police informant?
According to Professor Vincent Intondi at Seminole State College,
“there’s no proof of that, but it’s the question a lot of us are asking. When the police arrived on the scene they asked him (zimmerman) about his background and he said he was ‘squeaky clean.’ They took him at his word. The reality is he had priors which included battery of a police officer. However, nothing ever came of these. Did he become an informant in exchange for dropping these charges? We don't know. We do know how badly he wanted to be a cop and normal people don't get away with attacking a police officer so it is certainly suspicious, which is why we want the feds to investigate the whole Sanford PD. One of the reasons this police chief was brought in (the one who just stepped down) was because a lieutenant's son was on video beating a black homeless man and nothing was ever done about it.”
“this happened on NBA All-Star weekend and we didn't know about it really till after you left [March 16], when the family got the the PD to release the 911 tapes. Had social media, Huffpost, the family, and others not demanded them, it would be another dead black boy with no justice. The kid was dead in a morgue for three days, father calling his cell phone and police never answered it to tell him his son was dead. Why? Of course the frightening thing is Emmett Till was in a river tied to a cotton gin for three days. They drug tested the dead body but not zimmerman. Now, clothes and evidence that should've been collected are gone. He was never brought in, nothing. Just let go. Now he is in hiding. Cell phone-off, facebook-gone.”
For more, please read, "The License to Kill in Florida."