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pipedreams
07-06-2012, 13:39
http://finance.townhall.com/news/us/2012/07/06/donations_pour_in_to_defend_trayvon_martins_killer

:popcorn:

JFrame
07-06-2012, 14:10
He'd better report it to that judge -- AT ONCE! :shocked:


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callihan_44
07-06-2012, 14:20
he's gonna need it, that dude is going down no matter what the evidence proves

kirgi08
07-06-2012, 14:24
tagged.

madbaumer
07-06-2012, 16:18
And...He's out again.

http://cfnews13.com/

Cavalry Doc
07-06-2012, 16:24
This fiasco with the first bail, is not gonna help the guy at all.

I'm not sure that the guy is a good guy yet.... the jury is still out, figuratively speaking for the moment.

kirgi08
07-06-2012, 16:25
:cool:

Bruce H
07-06-2012, 17:14
Artillery is what should be raining down on the judge and prosecutor.

mortpes
07-07-2012, 19:55
The guy is neither a good guy or a bad guy. Just a normal guy. No one really goes out to shoot. It is a reflex action when attacked and your fear for your life. A lifestyle adjustment may reduce the need but will not totally eliminate the possibility.

countrygun
07-07-2012, 20:03
Artillery is what should be raining down on the judge and prosecutor.

Donatiions to a "do not reelect" fund might get their attention and do Zimmerman more good.

Cavalry Doc
07-07-2012, 20:20
The guy is neither a good guy or a bad guy. Just a normal guy. No one really goes out to shoot. It is a reflex action when attacked and your fear for your life. A lifestyle adjustment may reduce the need but will not totally eliminate the possibility.


Meh..... I tend to think people are at least 50.1% good or bad. That night is what should really matter, did he do the right thing. With all this racism stuff from the left and his bail fiasco, it's going to be an uphill battle for him to prove his innocence. And yes, I said that right. I know a citizen is supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, but it does not appear that will apply to this case.

IndyGunFreak
07-07-2012, 21:32
He'd better report it to that judge -- AT ONCE! :shocked:


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His attorney is in charge of the fund now. Since Zimmerman can't just withdraw money out of the account, it removes the risk of Zimmerman being a flight risk due to having 200k in the bank.

Toetag
07-07-2012, 22:15
, it removes the risk of Zimmerman being a flight risk due to having 200k in the bank.

As if he ever was in the first place.

JGlockman
07-07-2012, 22:21
Anybody here actually donate to his fund? I certainly did, and will again.

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janice6
07-07-2012, 22:24
Meh..... I tend to think people are at least 50.1% good or bad. That night is what should really matter, did he do the right thing. With all this racism stuff from the left and his bail fiasco, it's going to be an uphill battle for him to prove his innocence. And yes, I said that right. I know a citizen is supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, but it does not appear that will apply to this case.


I see it this way too.

It is more and more going to be a case of "Mob Justice". After all, it's an election year.

RCP
07-08-2012, 01:40
Anybody here actually donate to his fund? I certainly did, and will again.

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Link to do so?

RDW
07-08-2012, 13:56
Link to do so?

http://gzlegalcase.com/index.php/press-releases/34-regarding-the-one-million-dollar-bond-set-for-george-zimmerman

pipedreams
07-08-2012, 14:02
Donations to a "do not reelect" fund might get their attention and do Zimmerman more good.
+1 :agree:

cowboywannabe
07-08-2012, 14:10
they let the sacrificial lamb out of the corral again?

G29Reload
07-08-2012, 14:21
He'd better report it to that judge -- AT ONCE! :shocked:


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Judge sounds like a mouth drooling idiot.

Who the hell is he to editorialize the fantasy that Z would disappear with 100k out of the country? Who the hell could live the rest of their lives being hunted on that much money?

And with all the evidence in his favor, why would he? back of his skull bashed in, cops don't even arrest him, actual LAW requiring he not be charged and nothing but a political witch hunt by a racist prosecutor motivated by public exposure and the judge is sitting there making stuff up.

I'd demand recusal and a change of venue. F that judge, the fix is in.

BobbyT
07-08-2012, 14:46
Guess they'll have to raise bail even higher. So inconsiderate of him to keep raising money to fight his case...doesn't he know how much it inconveniences the judge to wipe his defense fund out?