George Zimmerman Pulled Over Again By Police
George Zimmerman’s had yet another run-in with the police. He was, once again, pulled over by cops. This time, accused of speeding. INSIDE EDITION has the story.
Just-released police video of George Zimmerman getting stopped for speeding a second time has surfaced.
A police officer told Zimmerman, “I pulled you over for speeding.”
Zimmerman said, “Sorry.”
Zimmerman was apologetic after being pulled over Tuesday for going 60 in a 45 mile-per-hour zone in Lake Mary, Florida, about five miles from where Trayvon Martin was killed.
The encounter was captured by a camera mounted on the motorcycle cop's chest.
Zimmerman is now sporting a beard, unlike his clean-shaven look when he was found not guilty of murdering Martin in July.
It's the second time in a month that Zimmerman was stopped by cops for speeding. The first incident came from police dash cam video that was recorded in Texas, near Dallas. Zimmerman revealed he had a legal handgun in the glove compartment.
In Tuesday’s speeding stop in Florida, Zimmerman didn't have a weapon in the vehicle. He was given a $256 ticket for going 15 miles over the speed limit.
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