The Zimmie Holmes Connection

This week has seen it’s share of odd behavior. To say that this week has been bizarre would be an understatement.

This week saw Zimmie come out of hiding to do a sit down interview with Sean Hannity about the events that took place on February 26, 2012 when he shot and killed Trayvon Martin. Then early Friday morning, at the Batman-Dark Knight Rises premiere in Aurora Colorado,

James Holmes, A San Diego native, allegedly killed 12 people and injuries 71 others in a crowded movie theatre. Now while these 2 crimes are different in terms of geographical location, the number of parties involved, and the age of the 2 suspects, they are very much the same person.

Lets look at some the things Zimmie said in his interview with Hannity. 1st, Zimmie’s take on what made Trayvon Martin suspicious in his eyes:

“I felt he was suspicious because it was raining. He was in-between houses, cutting in-between houses, and he was walking very leisurely for the weather. I — it didn’t look like he was a resident that went to check their mail and got caught in the rain and was hurrying back home. He didn’t look like a fitness fanatic that would train in the rain. He just seemed like –“

On what he meant when he told the police dispatcher that ‘he didn’t know what his deal was. He’s checking me out.’:

 “The way he was coming back. And I was on the phone, but I was certain I could see him saying something to me. And his demeanor, his body language, was confrontational.”

On if Trayvon Martin was running out of fear:

ZIMMERMAN: Maybe I said running, but he was more —

HANNITY: You said he’s running.

ZIMMERMAN: Yes. He was like skipping, going away quickly. But he wasn’t running out of fear.

HANNITY: You could tell the difference?

ZIMMERMAN: He wasn’t running.

HANNITY: So he wasn’t actually running?


HANNITY: OK. Because that’s what you said to the dispatcher, that you thought he was running.

On if he was actually following Trayvon Martin:

 “I meant that I was going in the same direction as him, to keep an eye on him so that I could tell the police where he was going. I didn’t mean that I was actually pursuing him.”

On his confrontation with Trayvon Martin:

ZIMMERMAN: He asked me what my problem was.

HANNITY: Expletive problem?

ZIMMERMAN: Yes, sir. And I was wearing a rain jacket, and I had put my cell phone in my jacket pocket, as opposed to my jeans pocket where I normally keep it. And I immediately went to grab my phone to this time call 911 instead of a non-emergency, and when I reached into my pants pocket — because that’s where I keep it out of habit — it wasn’t there, and I was shocked. I looked up and he punched me and broke my nose.

HANNITY: One shot?

ZIMMERMAN: Yes, sir.

HANNITY: One shot?


HANNITY: So he said to you, you have expletive, you have a problem. Those are the exact words used. You remember it?

ZIMMERMAN: “Do you have a problem? What’s your problem?”

HANNITY: What’s your problem.

And you said to him, “I don’t have a problem.”

 On the fight he had with Trayvon Martin:

HANNITY: Was he talking to you a lot during this fight, during this — when he was beating you? Because you were saying he was beating you and pounding your head into the cement. Was he talking to you during that time?


HANNITY: And he would say —

ZIMMERMAN: Cursing, telling me to shut up, and then finally telling me he was going to kill me.

HANNITY: And he said those words? And he said it — when did he first see your gun?

ZIMMERMAN: After we were on the ground, I shimmied with him on top of me, and it made my jacket rise up. He, being on top of me, saw it on my right side.

HANNITY: What happened after that?

ZIMMERMAN: I felt him take — he had — after he couldn’t hit my head on the concrete anymore, he started to try to suffocate me. And I continued to take — push his hands off of my mouth and my nose, particularly because it was excruciating having a broken nose and him putting his weight on it.

And that’s the point in time when he started telling me to shut up, shut up, shut up.

HANNITY: Why did he tell you to shut up?

ZIMMERMAN: I don’t know.

On when the gun came into play:

HANNITY: Do you remember when you yourself reached for your weapon? Do you remember that moment.

ZIMMERMAN: Yes, sir.

HANNITY: Tell us about that.

ZIMMERMAN: At that point, I realized that it wasn’t my gun, it wasn’t his gun, it was the gun.

HANNITY: Did he say anything? Because you said he was talking a lot about the gun. Did he say he noticed the gun?

ZIMMERMAN: He said, “You are going to die tonight (EXPLETIVE DELETED)” and took one hand off of my mouth and I felt it going down my chest towards my belt and my holster, and that’s when I — I didn’t have anymore time.

Now let’s take a look at James Holmes. Holmes, a college graduate school dropout, used more ammunition to take out the 12 victims. 1st using tear gas to disorient patrons in the theatre. Fully dressed to protect himself from anybody that may have made it a fair fight for their lives, he proceeds to pick off people. Whether it was a 3 month old baby or an elderly man with grandkids, it didn’t matter. To make matters worse, he has his apartment booby-trapped with trip wires and a powder substance on the floor.

So what does

Zimmie and

James Holmes have in common? The common thread that these two men share is that they are 2 punk bitches. One just kills an innocent teenager returning to his home with a bag of Skittles and an Arizona Ice Tea. The other kills 12 people who just wanted to go out and enjoy a movie premiere. I understand that every one has problems and that someone has wronged us in some way or another. But to take out innocent people who have done anything to you is just further proof that these 2 are the biggest bitches walking. Zimmie was trying to flex his neighborhood watch power. He ran up on someone who didn’t give a damn about his fake ass police aspirations  and he got his ass kicked. So what does he do? Shoot him. Holmes was probably getting his ass kicked by life. So what does he do? Kill 12 people trying just to enjoy something that when it kick at them, they fought back-life. I hope it was all worth it because you all will be spending a lot of the rest of your lives trying to fight off men who are going to turn you and sell you in prison like what you were out on the streets-A BITCH!!!!


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