Trayvon Martin’s killer George Zimmerman allegedly threatened to kill a man in Florida earlier this week during a road rage incident and cops pulled over Zimmerman to grill him about it.
According to the Lake Mary, Fla. Police Department, Matthew Apperson called 911 on September 9 and told the operator that a man fitting the description of Zimmerman had pulled up next to him and began yelling:
“Why are you pointing your finger at me? I’ll f***ing kill you. Do you know who I am?”
Apperson, according to tmz.com, says he drove away to a store where Zimmerman followed him to continue the verbal barrage. Apperson called 911 from inside the store, but according to cops … Zimmerman was gone when they arrived.
Apperson says he was jolted to the core when, two days later, he spotted Zimmerman parked outside his work, and called police again. Cops responded and pulled Zimmerman over near the office. After questioning him, police decided not to press charges because of a lack of evidence and a case of “he-say, she-say.”
Apperson, like Zimmerman, is Caucasian. Also, he was carrying a gun at the time of the alleged run-in, but he has a permit for it.