Monday, June 4, 2012

George Zimmerman's Bail Revoked For Lying About How Much Money He Has To His Name

George Zimmerman

The bail of killer, George Zimmerman, 28, has been revoked in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, 17, for lying to the court about how much money he had in his possession. Zimmerman launched a website that has since been closed, but not before he collected over $200,000 in donations. Zimmerman hid how much money he received in donations, prior to being granted a relatively low bail, especially for the seriousness of the crime he admits to committing.


Trayvon Martin

In concealing this pertinent fact from the court, a misdeed and lie his wife helped to propagate, the couple engaged in deceit and perjury. As a result, Judge Kenneth Lester revoked Zimmerman's bail, giving him 48 hours to turn himself in. Zimmerman has consistently lied throughout this case and cannot be believed.