Trayvon Martin Shooter Is A ‘Forensic Loan Review Analyst’ And New Details On George Zimmerman
Trayvon Martin Shooter Is A 'Forensic Loan Review Analyst' And New Details On Him
George Zimmerman, the man who admitted to shooting Trayvon Martin, has not been to work since the shooting. The Orlando Sentinel published today a new photo of Zimmerman and some surprising new information on what he does for a living. His official title, they report, was as “forensic loan review analyst” (which they describe as an “underwriter”) and he appeared to be well-liked at work.
The paper reports that Zimmerman’s voicemail at work still directs to him, but he has reportedly not been at work since the shooting. Other details of his past employment are included:
Information provided to the Sentinel by one source indicates that Zimmerman has not been to work since the shooting. His title was “forensic loan review analyst” — basically an underwriter.
A source also provided a more recent photo of Zimmerman than the 2005 mugshot that has been the primary image of him in the media. The new photo shows him smiling in a suit and tie.
Records show that he previously worked for used-car retailer CarMax and at a Lake Mary insurance company.
Those to whom the Sentinel spoke said they spoke to Zimmerman very often at work and found him “outgoing and friendly” and were surprised to hear he was the unnamed employee in an office-wide email warning that national attention of the negative sort had befallen a colleague.
The full article here.
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