Friday, June 1st, 2012 at
Today a judge ordered George Zimmerman”s bail revoked. Seems he has 48 hours to surrender himself to the jail.
According to HLN News, there was a recorded jail conversation between Zimmerman and his wife, where they “allegedly conspired to transfer money in an attempt to hide certain funds from the court.”
Also, according to the prosecutor, Zimmerman has a second passport that he failed to disclose to the court. One of the conditions of his bond was that he surrender his passport. Apparently he surrendered ONE of them, but not the other one. Why would someone have two passports anyway?
Just like I’ve said in the past, it seems like every time George Zimmerman or his family open their mouths, the lies just spill out. Maybe they are pathological liars?
Anyway…this does NOT look good for his credibility in the Trayvon Martin shooting trial. I wouldn’t believe anything the guy says. And, in my opinion, in order for Zimmerman to prove self defense, he will have to take the stand. The jurors shouldn’t believe a word coming out of his mouth.
Friday, April 27th, 2012 at
It seems that every time Zimmerman or his family opens their mouths, the lies just spew out. George Zimmerman had a website put up where his supporters could donate money to his defense. When he and his family were questioned by the judge about their financial situation, they all (father, mother and wife testified UNDER OATH) claimed they were indigent. They claimed they could not afford a large bond. This information was taken into consideration when the judge set the amount of the bond. The bond was set at $150,000 knowing that the family would have to come up with just $15,000 (10% of the bond amount).
What George Zimmerman AND his family failed to disclose is the fact that his “The Real George Zimmerman” website took in over $200,000 in donations. This money was in a paypal account for Mr. Zimmerman to use. This fact would have weighed heavily on the amount of bond set by the court.
At that point, the family had already used a portion of this money (they say a small portion) for “living expenses” so they knew about, and had access to the fund. Yet, they still said nothing to the judge.
This reminds me of the woman who won the lottery and continued to collect welfare because she had no job.
What is it with this family? Are they a family full of pathological liars?
What are the options at this point? Well…the judge basically has 3 options.
1. He can revoke the bond all together. I don’t think he will do this because Zimmerman is entitled to bond in this case according to the law.
2. He can raise the bond. I think this is what the judge will most likely do. He set the bond based on testimony under oath that was untrue.
3. He can leave the bond as it is. It is entirely possible that the judge may choose this option as Zimmerman is already out on bond, however, this case is so high profile that I don’t think he will choose this option. I could be wrong, but…