Only Way Zimmerman Getting His Gun Back Could Be More Outrageous Is If He's Eating A Bag Of Skittles When He Asks For It
(THE GIST) — George Zimmerman, a man who's very publicly eaten himself into another weight class, is likely to get his gun back if he formally requests it, and after sticking it to the grieving Martin family for a second time on Saturday when he was acquitted of all charges, it doesn't seem completely beyond the realm of possibility that he'll go for the trifecta by stuffing his fat face with a mouthful of Skittles when he does so.
Florida law bars people “convicted of a felony in the courts of this state” from possessing “firearms, ammunition, or electric weapons or devices unlawful." But because Zimmerman “is not a convicted felon, he can keep his gun...though he is not guaranteed to be able to keep his concealed weapons permit” says University of Florida law professor Darren Hutchinson.
The living antithesis of the The Biggest Loser was separated from his beloved peacemaker on February 26, 2012 when it was used to stop Trayvon Martin, an unarmed teenager, from terrifying a Sanford, Florida community with his blackness.