George Zimmerman Back Behind Bars
By John M Disque
Edited by James Howell
On Friday 6/1/2012, a Florida judge declared that George Zimmerman and his wife both lied about their finances during the original bond hearing and on the paperwork. They also failed to report a recently obtained passport that would allow Zimmerman to leave the country. The judge revoked Zimmerman’s bond and gave him 48 hours to surrender himself to the state.
Zimmerman had until 2:30pm EST., 6/3/12 to surrender to the state of Florida. After that he would be declared a wanted fugitive from justice.
He arrived back to Sanford Florida early Sunday morning and, at around 1:30pm, surrendered
himself to at Seminole County Jail in Sanford, Florida.
In full view of the waiting media, he was escorted into the jail and a few people commented on
his appearance. No longer looking like the businessman in the tailored suit - Zimmerman had let his hair grow out and was now carrying a few extra pounds.
After going through the booking process, for his own protection, he was placed administrative confinement.
George Zimmerman Required To Surrender Within 48 Hours (6/1/2012)
George Zimmerman To Be Released On $150,000 Bail (4/20/2012)
Zimmerman Charged And Arrested (4/12/12)
Florida Prosecutor Makes Decision On Zimmerman (4/11/12)
Did Zimmerman’s Father Get Him Out Of Trouble? (3/29/12)
New Information on The Trayvon Martin Case (3/28/12)
Justice For Trayvon Martin Petition Embedded (3/26/12)
Rallies Being Held From Coast To Coast (3/26/12)
Public Pressure Demands Justice For Trayvon Martin (3/25/12)
Published in EAST TN NEWS June 3, 2012