Saturday, June 2, 2012

Read Florida Motion to Revoke George Zimmerman Bond

If you've missed the latest breaking news, there is plenty going on in the case of George Zimmerman. On Friday, June 1, 2012, prosecutors from the State of Florida filed a motion to revoke George Zimmerman's bond. There were several reasons for the motion's filing.

First, on April 12, 2012 attorneys for George Zimmerman stated that their client did not have a U.S. passport, and did not have significant financial assets, savings, or bonds. The prosecution stated that during the April 20, 2012 bond hearing, George Zimmerman misrepresented his financial status as well as the current status of his U.S. passport. In fact, the prosecution didn't just accuse Zimmerman of misleading or withholding information, but rather stated that Zimmerman's wife, Shelly Zimmerman, actually lied to the court.

Though George Zimmerman surrendered a passport to the court, he had an additional passport that did not expire until 2014. He kept this passport in his possession, against court order, during his bond.

During a recorded jailhouse, phone conversation between George Zimmerman and his wife, Shelly Zimmerman, Zimmerman was overheard speaking to his wife about his passport. She stated the passport was in a safety deposit box, and he asked her to hold on to it for him.

Regarding donations, it was learned that at the time of Zimmerman's bond hearing, he had approximately $150,000 in PayPal donations. Watch the videos below and read the motion to revoke George Zimmerman's bond.



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