The debate "Zimmerman is psychologically disturbed" was started by
May 7, 2018, 10:27 pm.
7 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 2 people are on the disagree side.
There needs to be more votes to see what the common perception is.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
Gorgon posted 5 arguments to the agreers part.
Gorgon, nivasprashanth, Keto and 4 visitors agree.
2 visitors disagree.
The problem isn't capitalism, nor is capitalism relevant. I'd posit he'd be likely to find some other method of garnering more infamy in any economic situation in which he could get the calories to do so. The issue is the immense shamelessness, arrogance, and lack of tact. It speaks to a twisted mind of some sort, one not often seen among even most infamous people, and given that later clause, I can't attribute this to simply cracking under pressure. There was already quite a fault to crack open to begin with...
As for investigators, their job is to investigate, though I was mistaken: he was a private investigator. Private investigators do get hired to find people to interview for documentaries all the time. Whether that documentary is or is not about a specific individual, that really can't be classified as stalking, not in the sense of "harassment."
either way, the detective was following him for a documentary. doesn't sound like an officer of the law. I would say zimmerman finally figured out how Trayvon felt when zimmerman harassed him.
Recently learned he had tried to cash in on his infamy by selling the gun he used for exorbitant amounts of money. I just can't wrap my head around what would convince someone that that would be a good idea....
Well, hmm...I hadn't considered that, though I'm not sure the detective was following him, specifically? It appeared he was vetting people to interview in a documentary about the Martin case. Though that's a bit pedantic, since if anyone would be infuriated by being trailed by a detective, they'd take offense likewise at a documentary being put together about them by one.
But even so, it kind of takes a risk prone personality to threaten a detective, right? Strikes me as the kind of thing few sane people would do, and with all the trouble that occurs around Zimmerman, it all adds up to paint an ugly picture. And Zimmerman did threaten to feed him to alligators, of all things.
Makes me curious how often detectives get this kind of flak, though.
I would imagine being followed by a detective would be quite infuriating.
I haven't been following the case, I'm not sure if I can make any diagnosis besides saying that he is racist.
Any responses, or just downvotes? Was hoping to see people's insights on this matter.
He seems to have left a lot of trauma behind, and most recently, is being charged for harrassing a detective who was helping organize a documentary about him.
I saw someone say that he pribably thinks he's untouchable, and it looks like that illusion is soon to be dispelled.