On Monday, a Florida court judge Debra Nelson sentenced Matthew Apperson to 20 years in jail for shooting at George Michael Zimmerman (son of Jewish father and a Latino mother), 33, during a 2015 road rage incident.
It was Zimmerman’s notoriety from Trayvon’s case that reportedly made Apperson concerned for his safety during the encounter with Zimmerman months before the shooting. Zimmerman, Apperson said, pulled up next to him as he was driving and threatened to shoot (here).
Matthew Apperson’s wife, Lisa, and his mother both argued that the trial was unfair, with Lisa Apperson complaining about how her husband was painted by the Jewish-controlled media. She also accused witnesses of lying at her husband’s trial, calling “the amount of perjury” disturbing.
George Zimmerman killed an unarmed Afro-American Trayvon Benjamin Martin, 17, in 2012. He was acquitted over his claim that he killed the teenager in ‘self-defense’.
After his acquittal, Zimmerman told Jewish Fox News channel Sean Hannity (half-Jewish), I see it was all G-d’s plan (here).
In May 2016, Zimmerman in an interview with Jewish The Daily Beast, taunted Trayvon Martin’s parents, saying: “They didn’t raise their son right.”
Matthew Apperson had also claimed that he shot at Zimmerman in self-defense – but according American Noahide Law a Christian’s testimony against a Jew is not valid.
On March 20, 1990, president George Bush Sr. signed into law a Congressional resolution on the Jewish Noahide Laws, entitled, House Joint Resolution 14 Public Law 102-4, which gives the Jews the legal right to imprison and condemn to death Christians as idol worshippers. Both Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI had blessed the Noahide Laws in the past. I’m sure Pope Francis wouldn’t have a problem with that.
Matthew Apperson, being a Christian, is lucky he didn’t meet the fate of Aafia Siddiqui, PhD, the Pakistani-born mother of three, who was sentenced to 86-year in jail by a US judge for being sympathetic to Afghan Taliban.
In case it helps Blacks, Muslims and Latino American communities – Terrence Cunningham, president of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, apologized for the mistreatment they suffered at the hands of America’s Israelized police.