January 4, 2014 5:00 am -

zimmermangirlSamantha Scheibe has figured out that as a non-black gun owner standing his ground, George Zimmerman falls into the “some people are more equal” category when it comes to the way cops and courts treat him:

Last November, George Zimmerman’s girlfriend told police that he had threatened her with a shotgun after she tried to break off the relationship.

Samantha Scheibe recanted the accusations shortly thereafter, saying in a sworn statement that she had been “very intimidated” by police during questioning and that they had deliberately misinterpreted her words.…

The video of her questioning — posted directly below — belies her claims of having been intimidated by police investigators. …

Scheibe calmly describes how Zimmerman choked her until she “had trouble breathing.” She says she asked Zimmerman, “‘Seriously, are you going to do this right now?’ And that’s when he got more aggressive, and my voice started changing, to where I couldn’t talk at all. It bruised my throat.”

LaGuardia then asked her “why [she] didn’t call the police at that time?”

“Because,” she replied with a laugh, “I feel like he always gets off.

The video lends credence to her original accusations — the ones she attempted to walk-back in her statement — and goes to demonstrate that the police behaved toward her in a courteous and professional manner.

Raw Story has obtained and posted the video of the police interview:

D.B. Hirsch
D.B. Hirsch is a political activist, news junkie, and retired ad copy writer and spin doctor. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.