Samantha Scheibe tells police about George Zimmerman’s assault

Saturday, January 4, 2014

Good afternoon again:

For those of you who haven’t had enough of George Zimmerman, here’s a videotape interview of Samantha Scheibe at the police station after police arrested him for pointing a shotgun at her.

Unless you are dead, you probably know that the charges were dismissed at her request.


21 Responses to Samantha Scheibe tells police about George Zimmerman’s assault

  1. Christi O’Connor seems to think that Samantha Scheibe has been subpoenaed for a federal grand jury investigation of Fogen that will take place soon. His supporters have been strangely silent so far today.

  2. fauxmccoy says:

    welp, i was undecided as to whether or not i wanted to watch that video. you see, for many years, i was ‘the other woman’ … that would be the DV victim’s advocate there in the room with a client and investigating officers. i left the work many years ago, but the memories still haunt me.

    i am not remotely surprised by the turn of events in this case, it is absolutely normal, unfortunately. i would say that approximately 90% of the clients we brought into our shelter returned to their abusers, often while their wounds were still healing and with children in tow. although well educated in the myriad of reasons as to why this happens and having great empathy, i can honestly say i will never truly understand it.

    chances are, samantha will be calling 911 again, sooner rather than later, if she is lucky enough to survive. just as in almost all DV cases, the abuser and abused find each other to fulfill destructive needs learned in childhood. george seeks out women such as shellie and samantha — together, they are two pieces of a puzzle who do not feel complete without each other.

  3. volgaknight says:

    In every situation: with women, friends, police, courts, and media, Zimmerman believes he’s the smartest person in the room.

    After this last incident, maybe he’s right.

    (or, maybe it’s just Florida)

    • towerflower says:

      No he does feel he is above others, he has been thumbing his nose at the legal system in his tweets, his latest attack is on the Governor.

    • roderick2012 says:

      with women, friends, police, courts, and media, Zimmerman believes he’s the smartest person in the room.

      At least he was smarter than the Martin jury. I doubt if you added the IQs of those six jurors together it would equal room temperature.

  4. I suspect the two lovebirds also love the limelight. Heady stuff, notoriety.

  5. towerflower says:

    You know Samantha lied about being intimidated by the police. She claimed that they took her cell phone to prevent her from calling her lawyer……..

    Look at the video and you can plainly see her cell phone on the table in front of her, exactly where she placed it after placing/texting a call.

  6. Rachaelr says:

    He is not going to change. I hope no one else gets killed or seriously hurt before that is realized and he gets put away.

  7. @Professor:

    Happy New Year! No, I’m not dead, but I tired of this woman and why she dropped the charges is beyond me. The next time this man points a gun at her, she is on her own. I don’t mean to sound mean, but this man is never held responsible for his actions, and she continues to stay with him??? He is not going to change! He is a murderer and an abusive man. He hates women because he hates his mother who he claims used to beat him while his father looked the other way. He is a mentally disturbed man.

    I for one, am sick of hearing his name and her name. I had read that Shellie was in a car accident but was doing fine. Shellie got away from him, and has saved her life. He never loved her. He doesn’t even love himself. What is the attraction to this short, fat, ugly, uneducated, ignorant man??

    • What is the attraction to this short, fat, ugly, uneducated, ignorant man??

      Beats the hell out of me.

    • bettykath says:

      Men who insist on controlling “their” women, tend to take control very quickly, at least that was my experience. While I have a fairly strong independent streak, in trying to understand how I ended up in a marriage that was a struggle to retain any control of my life, I realized that I had only a very brief time frame at the very beginning of our relationship to be free of his control. Once he is in control it is very difficult to break free. Shellie was lucky in that fogen went his own way long enough that she was able to break his hold. Even so, even when he had moved on, he still tried to control her as shown in his showing up at the house while she was trying to move her stuff out. Consider that the man who complained about fogen’s bigoted remarks to him and about him began to wonder about his own experience when fogen told his “side” of things. It’s very possible that fogen convinced his lawyer that Samantha got it all wrong and that he was really a good guy so that the lawyer could convince Samantha to drop the charges. It’s even possible that fogen was in the lawyer’s office in order to do the convincing himself. It isn’t hard to see a lawyer who would intervene in that unethical way, serving as an intermediary when there was a protection order, wouldn’t also arrange for an actual meeting. Control freaks have all kinds of ways to convince “their” women that they, the women, have it all wrong.

      It’s also possible that Samantha stills sees dollar signs resulting from her relationship with fogen. It’s got to be a LOT of money she sees to justify putting her life in danger.

      I don’t know which scenario it is, and maybe there’s another. We’ll just have to wait and see.

      • Two sides to a story says:

        The two halves of a co–dependent relationship always magnetically seek one another other out to form a whole until one of them gets tired of the game or someone gets hurt.

      • Lynn says:

        Samantha seeing $ signs could be more towards the truth than Fogen’s claim of being broke with pocket change.

        Something fishy about his claim to being destitute.
        Shellie’s divorce states he has the “financial ability” to obtain life insurance. He also divied out over 4 grand towards her living expenses after they split. She claimed a bit over 100,000 as debt (including school loans, credit cards, and an auto loan) along with 12,000 in assets (basically, her honda).

        Now, if her car is listed in the assets, what auto loan is her debt???

        A hundred grand is a far cry from 2 1/2 million.

        She also mentions an equal distribution of their checking accounts, trusts, partnerships and any unknown assets, and asked that a judge prevent him from selling off any property.

        He couldn’t have a checking account during the trial so that had to be opened with some new money deposited. Maybe his defense fund?
        The unknown assets would be the NBC lawsuit.
        What are these trusts and partnerships she speaks of?
        AND…what property is he suppose to not sell off???

        There is a pot of gold hidden somewhere that Shellie and Samantha know about, but that GZ is trying to hide. I mean, he paid her $4,300 from somewhere. I think there’s more where that came from.

      • Malisha says:

        I saw the videotaped interview of her the day she was assaulted (and her glass table broken) in her own home. She sounded like she was telling the details just as they occurred, no embellishment and no fantasy. Then she recanted and actually had the nerve to say “take the target off George’s back.” Why she wasn’t charged with giving a false police report is beyond me. She SHOULD have been charged. In my opinion, a deal was worked out by Fogen’s defense lawyer and the DA and Schiebe, brokered by his attorney. And shame on her; either she suborned perjury (on Schiebe’s part) and interfered with an investigation and obstructed justice or — WORSE — she orchestrated a cover-up and intimidated a witness.

        But in the absence of an honest federal government to investigate yet another obvious symptom of corruption in central Florida, this kind of thing will proliferate.

        We have the nerve to criticize governments like Syria and Yemen and…don’t get me started. Any one of those warlord states holds the same candle as Orlando, Seminole County, you know who you are.

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