Zimmerman was like 'Jekyll And Hyde' says co-worker
A former co-worker of George Zimmerman, the shooter in Trayvon Martin’s death, describes him as a man with a volatile temper and possible violent streak. Zimmerman worked as security for private parties between 2001 and 2005; according to someone who worked closely with him, he was involved in altercations with party patrons and became so much of a “liability” he had to be fired. The Huffington Post reports:
“Usually he was just a cool guy,” said the former co-worker, who the newspaper didn’t name. “But it was like Jekyll and Hyde. When dude snapped, he snapped.” The Daily News said Zimmerman earned $50 to $100 a night for the parties. He was fired for being too aggressive with patrons.
“He had a temper and he became a liability,” the newspaper quoted the former co-worker as saying. “One time this woman was acting a little out of control. She was drunk. George lost his cool and totally overreacted,” he said. “It was weird, because he was such a cool guy, but he got all nuts. He picked her up and threw her. It was pure rage. She twisted her ankle. Everyone was flipping out.”
The new portrayal of Zimmerman comes as distinctly different images of both Martin and Zimmerman are being floated by people on both sides of the Martin killing. Zimmerman told police he shot Martin Feb. 26 in self defense after being jumped from behind. He has not been charged.
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