how many lies does Zimmerman have? Yes, folks LIES!

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    Apr 28, 2012 2:20 PM GMT
    O'Mara (HIS ATTORNEY) had said earlier this month that he believed Zimmerman had no money.

    Asked whether knowledge of the money might have made a difference to Lester(THE JUDGE), who presided at Zimmerman's bond hearing, O'Mara said, "It might have."

    O'Mara could not explain why Zimmerman didn't disclose the funds, but said he didn't think his client had meant to deceive anyone.

    "I consider it an oversight because I don't see anything else that suggests that Mr. Zimmerman has been insincere or dishonest," he told CNN's Erin Burnett on Friday. "The moment I asked him about it, he acknowledged it and forwarded the money."

    Martin family attorney Benjamin Crump said Zimmerman's failure to reveal that he had the money shows that he is being dishonest.

    "If his testimony at the bond hearing is any indication of what is to come, then the lying has already begun," Crump said.

    http://www.cnn.com/2012/04/27/justice/florida-zimmerman-money/index.html?hpt=hp_t3

    Well, this isnt 'stupidity' guys.. Close to a quarter million? yeah uh huh!

    this guys credibility is shot!
  • GQjock

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    Apr 28, 2012 3:07 PM GMT
    Lie number two ...

    Remember his "Apology"?
    The one where he was sorry he shot a MINOR? and that he didn't KNOW he was a MINOR?

    Listen to the 911 call again ... he specifically tells the operator that he looks like a teenager

    either we've upped the minor status to middle age or the guy's F**kin lyin
    take your pick
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    Apr 28, 2012 3:18 PM GMT
    TropicalMark saidthis guys credibility is shot!

    And I would think his lawyer's, too. He never asked his client about his finances, before taking on a very high-profile, expensive case? Or did Zimmerman lie to him, too?

    A court's bond decision is partly made on assessing the flight risk, and a component of that is the financial resources of the accused. Concealing from the court the $200,000 that Zimmerman had in a Pay-Pal account he evidently controlled may well be a crime in itself, and certainly grounds for reviewing his bond.

    I think if the judge learns that the fund had no strings attached, regardless of what the donors think they were contributing to, Zimmerman will be in more trouble. Remember, his attorney makes it appear that it was Zimmerman who surrendered the money to the attorney's control, implying Zimmerman had full authority on how to handle that Pay-Pal money. In fact, didn't he already spend some of it?