The neighborhood watch captain, George Zimmerman, who has been charged in the fatal shooting of unarmed teen, Trayvon Martin allegedly poses no threat and should be released a second time on bail at the request of his attorney, Mark O’Mara.
Zimmerman’s attorney asked that Zimmerman be granted bond for a second time as he awaits a second-degree murder charge of Martin in Sanford, FL. His attorney says Zimmerman isn’t a flight risk and stayed in touch with law enforcement during his initial release on bail. Ok, that’s well, good and fine, but Zimmerman being a threat isn’t the issue here. He’a already killed a man and walked away with it, but was only put back in jail after it was found out that he and his ride-or-die wife, Shellie Zimmerman lied to the court about the money they had in possession and George’s passports.
Perjury, I believe is what they call that–which is punishable with prison time. What exactly is the latest ruling on The Zimmermans’ lies? Will they serve time for that as well?
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The fact that Zimmerman’s lawyer is trying to get him another bond, after everything he and his wife have done is laughable, almost admirable. I mean, this man is clearly all about doing his job, but come on–basing the desire of a second bond for Zimmerman and using the fact that he “stayed in touch with law enforcement during his initial release on bail,” as grounds for that release is just…*sigh* give it up O’Mara and let your client pay for his actions.
A judge will consider O’Mara’s request at a second bond hearing Friday.
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