<NationalReport>America’s newest superhero George Zimmerman, the former Florida neighborhood watch leader cleared of charges in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, can’t seem to stay away from actual law enforcement officials long enough for his 15 minutes of fame to expire. Zimmerman was pulled over for speeding in North Texas on Sunday. According to police reports, Zimmerman, who was driving the Honda pickup shown above, informed the officer he was armed. The officer on the scene (who somehow did not recognize the killer turned superhero) asked 29-year-old Zimmerman where he was going to which Zimmerman replied “no place in particular *cough*Mexico*cough”. Zimmerman was released on a warning and should be considered armed and dangerous.
Sources near the Zimmerman family, speaking on the condition of anonymity for fear of their lives, stated that George was considering leaving the states to avoid federal charges brought about by the Department of Justice, and civil charges in the shooting death of Trayvon.
National Report attempted to contact border agents along the Mexican border to warn them of Zimmerman’s attempt to flee the country (possibly headed to his native Peru), but as of press time calls have been unanswered.
Zimmerman has been in the spotlight following his acquittal after a heroic tale surfaced in which George rescued a family of four from a burning vehicle. Just last week National Report broke a story describing George’s heroic actions.
No word as to whether the recent string of homicides along the corridor connecting South Florida and North Texas can be attributed to Zimmerman.
Just where will Zimmerman strike next, stayed tuned to find out…