By the way, his ex-wife recanted her story after consulting with her attorney.
I doubt her attorney advised her to do that for the benefit of George Zimmerman.
But we do know he was speeding twice.
The recant rate in domestic abuse cases is extremely high. That the ex-wife did it isn't surprising.
Maybe you could look into battered wife syndrome. It is a very serious problem.
I'm aware of this. But I think that she recanted after consulting with her attorney puts it in a different light.
I have studied battered wife syndrome quite a bit: It isn't unusual to have women in the concealed carry course who have been in physically abusive relationships and who continue to be threatened and continue to live in fear. In some cases they cannot avoid continued contact with their abuser because of shared child custody.
I make it a point to study the various physical threats people may face so I have as deep of an understanding of their nature as I can have in order to advise them about ways of avoiding or otherwise dealing with the threats. So that covers dog attacks and terrorism, and lots of things in between.
Despite the caricature some people here attempt to paint, I am not a "get a gun, it'll solve all of your problems" guy. I try to make sure people understand that a gun solves only a very limited number of problems, and when it does it's seldom going to be in a manner that isn't ugly in some fashion.