Between 2001 to 2005 Zimmerman worked for two different agencies providing security to illegal house parties. It was reported that he was let go because he became a liability to the business due to his violent temper.
As a bouncer, Zimmerman had the interpersonal hand on experience of dealing with volatile confrontation in all kinds of hostile situations. He would have frequent dealings with individuals or groups from all walks of life including hardcore criminal elements. Getting into
This article is about analyzing the FDLE lab report, specifically with regards to the finding of "contact shot" in Trayvon's body and an examination of Zimmerman's claim on how he shot Trayvon. This discussion stems from a previous debate with another poster in this thread/post:
It is imperative that gun owners should always exercise due caution and take reasonable steps to make sure the likelihood of any unforeseen fatal encounter is minimized to the lowest probability when armed. A gun owner should not be allowed to take matters into his own hand by taking upon himself to act as though he is a law enforcement officer in pursuit of a "suspect". As such, an armed person should not pursue a "suspect", whether with merit or not, but to wait and let the