George Zimmerman's cell phone number (407-435-2400) didn't go inactive when the Trayvon Martin shooter got rid of it and some other T-Mobile user got assigned it by the international phone company.
And that was a big mistake!
Junior Alexander Guy, 49, might rue the day that he finally decided to get a cell phone after his 19 years in prison, but get one he did, only to answer it to a mouthful of hateful words and threats, according to USA Today.
And he wasn't even the target of the intended hate speech: George Zimmerman was.
"You deserve to die!" was but one expression voiced over the man's cell phone that carried the Trayvon Martin shooter's old number, which gave him a good taste of why Zimmerman immediately went into hiding upon his release from jail.
But don't look for any of that stuff to fall under the Dept. of Justice's alleged "hate crime" scrutiny or laws. They only keep an eye on white on black crime, apparently.
Now the Florida neighborhood watchman is back behind bars and Junior Guy has been hooked up with a cell phone number that he can live with.
But he is probably the one person who can attest to why the shooting suspect keeps stressing his fear for his life, and his desire to have Judge Lester release him from confinement yet again. Thankfully, the real George Zimmerman's cell phone number isn't attainable now.