He's at it again. Trayvon Martin's murderer has been charged with misdemeanor stalking, to be arraigned on May 30.
Apparently this time he was following and harassing a private investigator, Dennis Albert Warren. Warren was hired by a production company that was making a documentary about Trayvon Martin's life. Guess Mr. Neighborhood Watch didn't think he'd come out looking too good in that film.
And we all know how he deals with things that threaten his fragile sense of ego, don't we?
Tony Pipitone, an investigative reporter for NBC in South Florida reminded us, as he looked into this case with Warren:
In threatening this investigator, he bragged about killing Trayvon - an innocent, unarmed kid walking home from the store. Reactions to news of this completely predictable new charge against Yosemite Sam was mostly of outrage, as it should. But two tweets, in particular, really summed it up.
How, indeed. That jury did wrong. This POS is an absolute menace, and needs to not have access to the rest of us out here trying to live our lives.
Then this one summed it up nicely...
Yeah. It almost is like that. Hmmmm...