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Family Rescued by Zimmerman Afraid They Will be Targets of Anti-Zimmerman Mobs

 

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Sometimes in the past few years I have to shake my head and wonder:  “Is this still the United States of America?”

The family rescued by George Zimmerman after  a rollover crash in Florida are terrified they will become targets for hate mobs  who have made death threats to the neighborhood vigilante.

Mark and Dana Michelle Gerstle told friends  they do not want to talk publicly about Zimmerman for fear they will be accused  of portraying him as a hero – and face a backlash from those who consider he got  away with murder.

‘They are very grateful to Zimmerman for what  he did, but they do not want to get involved,’ said a friend, who asked not to  be named.

Go here to read the rest at The Daily Mail.  Surprised that we have to read about this in a foreign newspaper?  Neither am I.

 

 

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Donald R. McClarey

Cradle Catholic. Active in the pro-life movement since 1973. Father of three and happily married for 35 years. Small town lawyer and amateur historian. Former president of the board of directors of the local crisis pregnancy center for a decade.

5 Comments

  1. We know that if the shoe were on another foot, there would be medals, awards etc.

    That the American press is silent, screams volumes about the United States today.

    I hope George Zimmerman has the strength of Job and finds Job’s end as well.

  2. That family has reason to fear.

    Another result of Obama’s and Sharpton’s racist hatemongering: “This is for Trayvon!” — Shouted by gang (10 to 1) of blacks as they beat a Latino in Baltimore.

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