George Zimmerman's History of 911 Calls on Black Men
47-page document shows countless 911 phone calls
The document also details Zimmerman's obsessions with law and order and black males who were walking around his apartment complex throughout his numerous 911 calls.
Just last month, before Zimmerman's murder of the unarmed, 17-year-old teenager Trayvon Martin, he made a 911 call about a black man walking around his complex "suspiciously" on February 2nd in a leather jacket near one of his neighbor's housing units. Police responded to the call but failed to find the alleged suspect, and the unit was unharmed.
In late 2011, Zimmerman also made several phone calls telling a 911 dispatcher that he saw suspicious black males in the neighborhood who may be responsible for the recent break-ins in the apartment complex.
In the call logs, Zimmerman said, "Juveniles are the subjects who have been [burglarizing] in this area." In another call he said, "Complainant believes subject is involved in recent S-21s"—break-ins—"in the neighborhood," the call log states.
Zimmerman has also made numerous phone calls reporting children playing in his neighborhood, and about "suspicious" vehicles driving slowly through his neighborhood.
Many of his calls had to do with minute offenses such as the following: a male driving with no headlights; a yellow speedbike popping wheelies on I-4; an aggressive white-and-brown pitbull; an Orange County municipal pickup cutting people off on the road; and loud parties.
You can view the 48-page document here.