Zimmerman Rescue Family Afraid Of The OHJS Klan

The family which George Zimmerman rescued last week is afraid to speak out – for fear of harassment by the Obama/Holder/Jackson/Sharpton lynch mob.

A couple George Zimmerman helped rescue after their SUV flipped over on a Florida highway canceled a news conference Wednesday, citing the possibility of ‘blowback’ against them.

Mark and Dana Gerstle had planned to talk about the assistance they received from Zimmerman, who was recently acquitted of charges in the shooting death of teenager Trayvon Martin.

Zimmerman’s attorney Mark O’Mara told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer that they changed their minds, deciding they didn’t want to be in the spotlight. After discussing the situation with family and friends, O’Mara said they realized that being connected to Zimmerman right now could be toxic.

“They wanted to thank him publicly,” O’Mara said. “They thought that they could not, for the possibility of blowback against them.”

O’Mara brushed aside suggestions Wednesday that his client’s actions in helping save a family from a car wreck were somehow staged, noting that multiple government agencies and witnesses have backed up the family’s account.

“The same people who refuse to accept the jury’s verdict, just want to be angry, just want to hate George Zimmerman, are still going to,” O’Mara said. “Even if we had a videotape of the accident, they would still say it was made up. So you can’t really respond to people who just don’t want to listen to the truth.”

Family rescued by Zimmerman cancels news conference, fears ‘blowback’ | Fox News

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3 Responses to Zimmerman Rescue Family Afraid Of The OHJS Klan

  1. philjourdan says:

    Can you blame them? I feel sorry for those persecuted by the racists of this regime.

  2. Pathway says:

    The parasite class has arisen.

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