July 24, 2013
George Zimmerman helped pull a family from a crashed and overturned vehicle.
George Zimmerman demonstrated why he was watching out for his community as a neighborhood watch volunteer on the night that Trayvon Martin was shot. He cares about his community.
Last Friday, he demonstrated it again. He was one of two men who pulled a family from a crashed and overturned vehicle in Sanford, Fla., less than a mile from where he shot Martin.
The corrupt persecutor who prosecuted the case against Zimmerman, Angela Corey, tried to portray him as a wannabe cop. But the reality is that Zimmerman is obviously an observant and conscientious American citizen who cares about others.
So despite thousands of death threats directed at him and his family, Zimmerman stepped out of his vehicle and helped pull to safety a family that he didn’t even know. It was something he didn’t have to do.
When someone puts his life in danger and helps others without regard to his own safety, he becomes a hero in my book.
The race-mongering punditry is already out saying it never happened, even though Sanford Police Department Capt. Jim McAuliffe told ABC News that it did.