Monday, November 11, 2013

Ooooh, Surprise, Surprise, Surprise...

Fat little murderer Georgie "Porky" Zimmerman stiffed his attorneys!

Porky, who has managed to evade a murder conviction thanks to Florida's Make My Day Law, has since attracted even more attention from the po-po, including numerous traffic stops where he asks if the cop recognizes him from TV. Personally, if I were still a cop, I might be tempted to view that as a threat: "I've killed before and gotten away with it..."

Now, he's managed to get in trouble yet again. After showing up at the home of his estranged wife, Shellie "I've never met a dessert I didn't like" Zimmerman, with a gun, his attorney told the court that he would no longer represent the fat little turdball.

Because the fat little turdball has yet to pay his attorney.

This is despite his legal defense having pulled in more than $300,000 (as of January).

The money went for things like bail (which, having been returned upon his acquittal, should have gone back into the pot), private security (gun nut doesn't want to be approached by someone who may be...well, armed? ... and who might fear Porky? ... and who might shoot his pudgy little ass? ... and then claim he was "standing his ground'?), and -- last but certainly least -- almost $62,000 for eight months of living expenses. That means, for 12 months of living expenses, Quick-Draw Gonzalez would need about $93,000. Ninety-three thousand dollars. Burritos must be awfully expensive in his neck of the woods.

Now, all of those contributions to the Ruger Bandito came from fellow gun nuts, militia members, racists, and other typical redneck scum.

Be interesting to see what they do to Turdball when they finally figure out that HE SCREWED THEM ROYALLY.

Nice knowin' ya, turdball. Not.


  1. Uhm, assuming he paid a bail bondsman, he didn't get any of his money back -- the bail bondsman (who actually fronted the money) did.

    And failing to pay your attorney despite having pulled in $300K is one of those bonehead moves that isn't going to make him popular with the legal profession in his community. As in, he'll be reduced to using the most incompetent hack for any future offenses because nobody with any kind of expertise is going to take him on as a client. Which wouldn't be a problem for most people, who aren't in the habit of getting into trouble with the law and once per lifetime is all they need for criminal defense. But it seems Zimmerwuss has a habit of getting into trouble with the law. Can't handle a kid without a gun, can't handle a woman without a gun, I'd be surprised if he could handle cooking scrambled eggs without a gun...

    - Badtux the Snarky Penguin

  2. On the other hand, maybe the most incompetent hack means little fatboy will get locked up next time.

    Can't you just see ole Bubba lookin' at those pudgy little cheeks?