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Post by Justice4all on Fri Jun 15, 2012 11:17 pm

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Twin Lakes Shooting Report - Feb. 26, 2012
Letter to Twin Lakes Residents - Feb. 27, 2012
Sanford Police - Shooting Update - Feb. 29, 2012
Sanford Police - Shooting Update - March 12, 2012
George Zimmerman 911 Call History - Released March 12, 2012
George Zimmerman Charges Document - April 11, 2012
George Zimmerman Arrest Warrant -- April 12, 2012
George Zimmerman Booking Report -- April 12, 2012
George Zimmerman Commissary Purchases -- April 12, 2012
Affidavit of Probable Cause -- April 12, 2012
Motion to Continue -- May 8, 2012
Waiver of Speedy Trial -- May 8, 2012
State's Redacted Discovery Exhibit & Demand for Reciprocal Discovery -- May 15, 2012
George Zimmerman initial injury report -- May 17, 2012
Trayvon Martin autopsy -- May 17, 2012
Investigator's report -- May 17, 2012
Witness written statements -- May 17, 2012
Report: Martin's father listens to 911 call -- May 17, 2012
FBI 911 voice analysis report -- May 17, 2012
FDLE lab report on gun, evidence -- May 17, 2012
Defendant's concurrence with state's motion -- May 24, 2012
State motion for protective order -- May 24, 2012
Order setting hearing -- May 24, 2012
Prosecutor's Motion to Revoke Bond -- June 1, 2012
State of Florida vs. Shellie Zimmerman - June 12, 2012
Defendant's witness list -- June 14, 2012
State's Redacted 2nd Supplemental Discovery -- June 15, 2012
Jailhouse phone call transcript from April 12 -- June 18, 2012
Jailhouse phone call transcript from April 15 -- June 18, 2012
Jailhouse phone call #1 transcript from April 16 -- June 18, 2012
Jailhouse phone call #2 transcript from April 16 -- June 18, 2012
Jailhouse phone call #3 transcript from April 16 -- June 18, 2012
Jailhouse phone call transcript from April 17 -- June 18, 2012
Notice of Reciprocal Discovery -- June 20, 2012
Motion for Reasonable Bond -- June 25, 2012
Motion to permit the defendant to appear in civilian clothing and without restraints at bond hearing -- June 27, 2012


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Post by ellejay on Mon Jun 18, 2012 4:27 am

--april 20th full 2 hour 1st bond hearing video

--george listens intently to de la rionda question shellie re: their $$$'s or lack thereof.



http://www.wral.com/news/video/11004815/#/vid11004815
--George Zimmerman bond hearing, April 20th/2012

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7Rcanus4Oo
--George Zimmerman's Bond Hearing: Wife Testifies.

--shellie's testimony:

http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1204/20/cnr.01.html
--CNN transcript of shellie's testimony ( CNN commercial breaks filled in--any errors mine! )



--in light of shellie's perjury charge, $$$$$ matters in blue.

LESTER: You may proceed.

O'MARA: My motion of bond, your honor, I can present a quick opening but we can also go right to witness testimony. The opening is my client has been charged with second-degree murder by an information filed by the State Attorney's Office. The evidence that's before you today is a probable cause affidavit. I know of no other evidence that the court is presently able to consider unless the state decides to present additional evidence.

If in fact the court is going to consider any of that probable cause affidavit, the part of my presentation will be review of that affidavit and raising what concerns I think may exist and the state may then respond to that.

Before we get to that point, however, we do have some family witnesses that I would like to call. We had talked to you yesterday about how to accomplish that. I believe the court has that number. Obviously a concern of reference to you yesterday maintains and through today is the concern over safety. And I'm assuming and hopeful that the process of getting ahold of the witnesses can be done in a secure way.

LESTER: OK.

O'MARA: I believe you have the telephone number. They are available to begin whenever you are.

LESTER: However you want to begin. Do you want me to call those witnesses first?

O'MARA: I didn't know if the state wanted to respond to what I just said or --

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I'll be glad to respond at the end, Judge.

O'MARA: That would be great.

LESTER: OK, thank you.

O'MARA: If you would then call those witnesses, Your Honor, I mean as we're doing that -- pleasure doing that, Your Honor, if I might, this is my client's current passport. The only passport that he has. It does expire May of 2012 but didn't want to acknowledge this and surrender to the court at this time.

LESTER: Thank you.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Hello?

LESTER: Hello. This is Judge Lester.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Hi, Judge.

LESTER: Mr. O'Mara?

O'MARA: Hi, ma'am. Hey, ma'am, can you hear me?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I can hear you slightly.

O'MARA: Well, may I move --

(CROSSTALK)

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: OK.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: We got plenty of room.

(CROSSTALK)

LESTER: Try that.

O'MARA: Let me try that. Ma'am, can you hear me?

ZIMMERMAN: I can hear you just from a distance. I can hear you though.

O'MARA: Great. Thank you. If at any time during these proceedings you and I ask that you tell everybody else have problems hearing any of the questions throughout this, we're going to presume that everyone can hear us unless you let us know and you're on speaker phone so there may be difficulty because there's always a bit of a delay. Did you understand that?

SHELLIE NICOLE ZIMMERMAN, GEORGE ZIMMERMAN'S WIFE: Yes, I do.

O'MARA: Great. And who am I speaking to?

S. ZIMMERMAN: My name is Shellie Nicole Zimmerman.

O'MARA: And your relation to George Zimmerman?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I am his wife.

O'MARA: Thank you. My understanding is you have a notary public present with you, is that true?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, I do.

O'MARA: May I speak with him or her?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, you may. One second.

LEANNE GALLEGO, NOTARY PUBLIC: Good morning.

O'MARA: Good morning. Ma'am, would you state your name?

GALLEGO: Leanera Gallego.

O'MARA: I'm sorry, will you spell that?

GALLEGO: L-E-A-N-E-R-A. Last name is G-A-L-L-E-G-O.

O'MARA: Great. Thank you. And are you a notary public in the state of Florida?

GALLEGO: Yes, I am. Commissioner number EE-32919.

O'MARA: And how long is that valid for?

GALLEGO: It expires September 7th, 2014.

O'MARA: Great. Have you administered oaths in the past?

GALLEGO: Yes, I have.

O'MARA: OK. What I'd like you to do, I understand there are a number of witnesses present with you, is that correct?

GALLEGO: Correct.

O'MARA: We have what's called a rule of sequestration of witnesses. Basically that means that only the witness who was testifying, we're going to have you (INAUDIBLE), we're going to have you swear in. Only that witness is on the phone testifying and can be in earshot. It's an act of duty but I ask you to take on the duty of securing the fact that all of the other witnesses are out of earshot so that they cannot hear the testimony of the witness speaking.

GALLEGO: OK.

O'MARA: Can you do that?

GALLEGO: Yes.

O'MARA: OK. What I would like you to do is remove everyone but Shellie Zimmerman who first spoke to us from being within earshot and I'm going to ask that you further swear her in to tell the truth.

GALLEGO: One moment. (INAUDIBLE)

O'MARA: (INAUDIBLE) than I do but (INAUDIBLE) identify her by name and she swears to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so help her God.

GALLEGO: Let me place her on the phone for you.

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, I do.

O'MARA: I'm sorry. If you can do that in a way where the court can hear you, we would appreciate it. We didn't hear you give the oath.

GALLEGO: OK. OK. Would you state the name for the court to hear please?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Shellie Nicole Zimmerman.

GALLEGO: And do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you God?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, I do.

LESTER: You may inquire.

O'MARA: If I might, Your Honor. Again, ma'am, state your name.

S. ZIMMERMAN: Shellie Zimmerman.

O'MARA: And how are you related to George Zimmerman?

S. ZIMMERMAN: He is my husband. I'm his wife.

O'MARA: And how long have you been married?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Almost five years this year.

O'MARA: And have you lived in central Florida longer than the five years you've been married to George?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, I have.

O'MARA: How long have you lived in central Florida?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I've lived in central Florida my entire life. I was born here.

O'MARA: Do you know how long George, your husband, has lived in central Florida?

S. ZIMMERMAN: He has lived in central Florida since -- probably eight years.

O'MARA: And has that residence here in the state of Florida been consistent, meaning he's lived in no other place but central Florida?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, that's true.

O'MARA: And you understand that we're here seeking a bond so that George can be released while this case is pending, correct?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, I understand.

O'MARA: One concern is that George, Mr. Zimmerman, appear back when this trial is called. Do you understand that concern?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I'm sorry, could you rephrase that?

O'MARA: You understand that one concern the court would have and reason for setting a bond is simply to make sure that George Zimmerman comes back when he's supposed to come to trial and other court proceedings.

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, I do.

O'MARA: OK. Would you take on the affirmative obligation to this court here today to do everything -- anything that is in your power and control to guarantee the court that George will come back to court for necessary court proceedings and for trial?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Absolutely I will.

O'MARA: Further, would you take on the affirmative obligation or responsibility to advise the court should you lose contact or touch with your husband, George?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Absolutely I will.

O'MARA: Even though that would be in effect you telling the court that he might be in violation of a bond condition?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes.

O'MARA: Another condition or another concern the court would have is a bond amount. I would ask you then realizing that one option is for the court to grant a monetary bond, if you could advise the court of your financial circumstances so I'll ask you a couple of questions. Are you working presently?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No, I'm not

O'MARA: And how do you -- what do you do with your time?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I am a nursing student.

O'MARA: OK. Is that a full-time endeavor presently?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, it is.

O'MARA: OK. How long have you been doing that?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Well, I am four weeks away from my graduation.

O'MARA: OK. So you're not earning any income presently?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Correct.

O'MARA: Do you own the home that you live or lived in?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No, sir.

O'MARA: Other major assets that you have which you can liquidate reasonably to assist in coming up with money for a bond?

S. ZIMMERMAN: None that I know of.

O'MARA: I discussed with you the pending motion to have your husband, George, declared indigent for cost, have I not?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, you have.

O'MARA: Are you of any financial means where you could assist in those costs?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Not that I'm aware of.

O'MARA: I understand that you do have other family members present with you and I'll ask them questions of them but have you had discussions with them of at least trying to pool together some funds to accomplish a bond?

S. ZIMMERMAN: We have discussed that, trying to pull together the numbers of the family to scrape up anything that we possibly can.


O'MARA: Okay. The court may also require that George be released on certain conditions of reporting for example or of having a device which can identify his whereabouts. If that is a condition, would you further guarantee to the court that you will assist George in maintaining those conditions?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, I will.

O'MARA: And would you further take on the affirmative responsibility of advising the court should he violate any of those conditions?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Absolutely, I will.

O'MARA: In our previous discussions, you have evidence of a concern both for your safety and that of your husband's. Is that correct?

S. ZIMMERMAN: That's correct.

O'MARA: Is it that concern that led you to request that this testimony be presented by telephone.

S. ZIMMERMAN: That's correct.

O'MARA: Are other family members similarly concerned?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, they are.

O'MARA: Realizing that concern, are you asking that the court should be allowed him out on bond, keep the location of his potential release point and where he would be staying strictly confidential?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes. I believe that needs to happen.

O'MARA: Realizing that additional condition to the court, will you keep in touch with the court, with myself, with the state, concerning any anticipated changes in George's location?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, I will.

O'MARA: And again take on the appropriate responsibility beyond that which you have as his wife to do that to the court even though it may in fact be detrimental to George or a violation of his conditions of release?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I will.

O'MARA: And you are going to tell the court that's listening to you that you take on that responsibility, correct?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Absolutely, I do.

O'MARA: Aside from the fear concerns that you have for George's safety and the family's safety, do you believe that George is a danger to the community?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No, I do not.

O'MARA: Do you have any concerns in that regard?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No concern whatsoever.

O'MARA: A moment, your honor.

JUDGE KENNETH LESTER, JR.: Take your time.

O'MARA: I have no further questions in this witness.

BERNIE DE LA RIONDA, PROSECUTOR: Ma'am, can you hear me from there? I've got a pretty loud voice, or I can get up closer.

S. ZIMMERMAN: I can hear you okay.

DE LA RIONDA: Okay. My name is Bernie de la Rionda, just to introduce myself since we can't see each other.

Let me start off at the very end. You stated that you don't believe your husband is a danger to community. Is that correct?

S. ZIMMERMAN: That is correct.

DE LA RIONDA: You are aware of what he's been charged with, that is second degree murder. Correct?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, I'm aware of that.

DE LA RIONDA: That is a crime of violence. Would you not agree?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I'm sorry. I couldn't hear that last part.

DE LA RIONDA: That is a crime of violence. Would you not agree?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I agree.

DE LA RIONDA: OK. May I reposition yourself?

And ma'am, would you not agree that your husband had a violent history?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No, I do not agree with that.

DE LA RIONDA: So, were you not aware when he got arrested for a violent crime in Orange County?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I'm aware of that situation.

DE LA RIONDA: And did that not involve him striking or in some way battering a law enforcement officer?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No.

DE LA RIONDA: Did you talk to him about it?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, I have.

DE LA RIONDA: Did he tell you that he was arrested and charged with various crimes, battery to a law enforcement officer and obstructing justice?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, he has informed me of those charges.

DE LA RIONDA: Were you aware that he was allowed to plead a misdemeanor and attend a pretrial intervention program?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I'm aware of that.

DE LA RIONDA: Did you read the arrest document to that charge, ma'am?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No.

DE LA RIONDA: Were you aware that he was in a place when he was asked where they were trying to do something to someone else. You honor, for the record, I would like to introduce that into evidence if I may since I'm going to be referring to it.

LESTER: Defense?

O'MARA: It's certainly hearsay, your honor, though I understand there's a certain limitation. I haven't seen it yet. So I'd like to have an opportunity to review it and then look forward to examination in this regard.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Admitted state's exhibit 1.

DE LA RIONDA: Ma'am, I provided the actual arrest document to the court and also to defense counsel. But I want to read to you a pertinent part. It states the officer to the affidavit, the arrest warrant -- I'm sorry, the actual arrest warrant states, "I identified myself as a state police officer and showed Zimmerman my badge and asked him to leave the area. He stated, 'I don't care who you are.' I again asked Zimmerman to leave. He stated the F-word and he said you. At that time I attempted to escort Zimmerman from the interview room and he shrugged away from me and pushed my arms away with his hands. After a short struggle he was placed in handcuffs and detained."

Did you discuss that battle with your husband, ma'am?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, I did.

DE LA RIONDA: Did he tell you it was a misunderstanding or an accident?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No, he didn't say it was an accident.

DE LA RIONDA: He admitted that he struck a police officer when the police officer told him to abide by his commands?

S. ZIMMERMAN: The police officer didn't identify himself.

DE LA RIONDA: OK. You would agree that shows that -- the year of that was 2005. You would agree that shows prior violence on the part of Mr. Zimmerman, your husband?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No, I don't.

DE LA RIONDA: OK.

And were you also aware of a prior incident that Mr. Zimmerman had in which a lady by the name of Veronica and her last name is Zuazo, (INAUDIBLE) where she filed an injunction against Mr. Zimmerman because of his violence?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I'm aware of the injunction.

DE LA RIONDA: OK.

Were you aware that in that injunction -- and your honor I would also at this point since I'm going to refer to it say that --

LESTER: What says the defense?

O'MARA: Same objection, your honor. Distant in time and certainly hearsay.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Thanks.

DE LA RIONDA: Were you aware -- so Mr. Zimmerman told you (INAUDIBLE) with Ms. Zuazo?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, he did.

DE LA RIONDA: In which she alleged in this affidavit that Mr. Zimmerman pushed him -- pushed her, excuse me, and then he with his open hand smacked her in the mouth and asked her how it felt?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No, I'm not aware of that.

DE LA RIONDA: OK. He then -- I'm sorry. I'm referencing (INAUDIBLE) since the court has, I'm going just to refer to parts of it.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: That's fine.

DE LA RIONDA: He picked me up and threw me on the bed. Got up to leave and he grabbed me again -- and put her on the bed. You weren't aware of that incident?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I am aware he had to protect himself from being attacked from her and there was blood drawn on him from her and he also filed an injunction against her.

DE LA RIONDA: That is correct. He did file an injunction against her, correct?

S. ZIMMERMAN: That is correct.

DE LA RIONDA: Now, so despite those two incidents, the prior arrest involving a law enforcement officer and the incident involving the injunction, you still assess or determine or tell the court that he is not a violent person or a threat to the community?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Absolutely, he is not a violent person, nor a threat to the community.

DE LA RIONDA: All right. Let me just start at the very beginning of your testimony. You stated that you have been married for how long with Mr. Zimmerman?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I've been married for five years in November.

DE LA RIONDA: And did you all live at the residence in the town homes where this murder occurred? Did you live together with him at the townhomes where this occurred?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, I did.

DE LA RIONDA: And was that the entire five years?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No. That was for about three years of that. Two to three years.

DE LA RIONDA: And the reason I ask that because you stated that you all did not own that home?

S. ZIMMERMAN: That's correct.

DE LA RIONDA: Who owned the home?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Our landlord.

DE LA RIONDA: OK. So you all rent it?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes.

DE LA RIONDA: OK. And were you working any of those five years or going to nursing school the entire time?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I was working for the first year.

DE LA RIONDA: And your husband, the defendant, Mr. Zimmerman, was also working during that entire time?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Not the entire time.

DE LA RIONDA: OK. How did you all support yourselves when both of you were not working?

S. ZIMMERMAN: When we were not working, we collected unemployment benefits.

DE LA RIONDA: OK. Are you still collecting unemployment benefits?

DE LA RIONDA: Are you still collecting unemployment benefits?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No, sir.

DE LA RIONDA: And is Mr. Zimmerman, your husband, collecting unemployment benefits?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No sir.

DE LA RIONDA: Now uh, you stated, you are from Central Florida, you grew up here correct?

S. ZIMMERMAN: yes

DE LA RIONDA: OK, and you mention also, in terms of your ability to help your husband make a bond amount, that you all have no money, is that correct?

S. ZIMMERMAN: To my knowledge, that's correct.

DE LA RIONDA: OK, were you aware of the website that Mr. Zimmerman, or somebody on his behalf created?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I'm aware of that website.


DE LA RIONDA: and how much money is in that website right now? How much money has evolved (?) into that website…?

S. ZIMMERMAN: currently, I do not know.

DE LA RIONDA: Who would know that?

S. ZIMMERMAN: that would be uhh , my brother-in-law?


DE LA RIONDA: And is he, I know he's not in the same room as you, but is he available so we can speak to him too, or the court can inquire, to the state or the defense..?

S. ZIMMERMAN: uhm I'm sure that we could, probably get him on the phone?

DE LA RIONDA: So, he's not there now?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No, he is not, sir.


DE LA RIONDA: Do you have any estimate as to how much money has already been obtained...

S. ZIMMERMAN: I do not.

DE LA RIONDA: you haven’t talked to your brother-in-law in terms of this bare amount as to how much money?

S. ZIMMERMAN: uhm, Nope, no I have not.

DE LA RIONDA: and how long has that website been in existence ma’am?


S. ZIMMERMAN : I do not know. I have not been w/my husband since he has been in hiding, I do not know.

DE LA RIONDA : So, you mention your husband was in hiding, I understand that he left the state, is that correct?

S. ZIMMERMAN: That's correct.

DE LA RIONDA: OK, And did you continue to have contact with him while he was out?

S. ZIMMERMAN: yes, every day.

DE LA RIONDA: that was every day?

S. ZIMMERMAN: yes

DE LA RIONDA: Were you aware that police, florida dept.of law enforcement, was monitoring him while he was out?

S. ZIMMERMAN: yes

DE LA RIONDA: so when you say he was in hiding, he was actually in some ways being observed by members of LE correct?

DE LA RIONDA: for his safety too.

S. ZIMMERMAN: I’m sorry, say that again?

DE LA RIONDA: for your husband’s safety too?

S. ZIMMERMAN: absolutely.

DE LA RIONDA: You also mentioned that you yourself are concerned for your safety, is that correct?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, I am.

DE LA RIONDA: Have you, yourself, been threatened by anybody?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Anything that happens to my husband is a personal threat to me.

DE LA RIONDA: Yes ma'am, I don't mean to argue w/you, but you yourself have not been threatened, is that correct?

S. ZIMMERMAN : I have rec’d hate mail.

DE LA RIONDA: and you reported that to the police?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No, I haven't.

DE LA RIONDA: Have you reported that to my boss, Ms. Corey, or the State Attorney's office so that somebody can investigate?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No, sir.

DE LA RIONDA: Did you keep those threats?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I'm sorry?

DE LA RIONDA: Did you keep that hate mail?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes.

DE LA RIONDA: Do you have that available where you can turn it over to your attorney?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I'm sure I can.

DE LA RIONDA: There's a difference between hate mail and threats, was there any threats in that hate mail?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No, sir.

DE LA RIONDA: OK. I have no further questions.

O'MARA: Thank you. If I may inquire.Mrs. Zimmerman, can you hear me?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, I can.

O'MARA: Can we spend a couple of minutes about what you were told by George regarding the event when he was arrested for battery on a law enforcement officer. He did discuss that with you?

S. ZIMMERMAN: He did.

O'MARA: Didn't he tell you that he approached --

DE LA RIONDA: Objection. Leading. I know it's a motion hearing.

(CROSSTALK)

LESTER: Sustained. Go ahead. Keep going.

O'MARA: What did he tell you why he approached the people being detained by law enforcement?

S. ZIMMERMAN: He told me it was a friend of his being shoved up against a wall by a man in regular street clothes that was -- he felt that his friend was in danger and he was trying to protect his friend.

O'MARA: Did he give you any indication as to any potential injury he thought was happening to George's friend that he went to protect?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I'm sorry.

O'MARA: Did he tell you about any injuries that he saw or was concerned about?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I'm not sure of any injuries. I don't remember.

O'MARA: OK. So he approached a friend of his and did he tell you what law enforcement first said to him?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I don't remember.

O'MARA: Did he tell you -- did he give you an indication of how law enforcement reacted to the injury to his friend?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I believe they just pushed him aside and said, get out of here.

O'MARA: Did he give you any indication as to whether or not law enforcement during that event identified themselves as law enforcement?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No, they did not.

O'MARA: Now, the law enforcement officer's sworn statement says that he did. Did Mr. Zimmerman tell you anything about that?

S. ZIMMERMAN: He just said that that's not true. They did not identify themselves or else he would never have done anything.

O'MARA: OK. Now, they arrested him that night, did they not?

S. ZIMMERMAN: They did.

O'MARA: They charged him with a couple felonies, battery on law enforcement officer and resisting arrest, on instruction of justice. Did they not?

S. ZIMMERMAN: They did.

O'MARA: OK. After having been arrested for that felony, do you know how the case was resolved?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I know that he did a pretrial diversion.

O'MARA: So, in effect, that event suggested to be a violent event, what the state actually did was let him plead --

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Objection. Is this a question?

O'MARA: It is going to be. They let him plead to a misdemeanor and go to pretrial conversion, is that your testimony?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes, it is.

O'MARA: Do you know what he had to do as conditions of that pretrial diversion?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I believe he had to go to anger management.

O'MARA: And do you have any indication that he didn't successfully complete that?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No, I don't.

O'MARA: Do you have any indication he didn't successfully complete the entirety of his misdemeanor pre-trial diversion?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Say that one more time.

O'MARA: Do you have any indication that he did not successfully complete his misdemeanor pre-trial diversion?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No, he didn't.

O'MARA: Speaking about the injunction referenced by the prosecutors a few minutes ago, you said something about your insight as to what George had done in response to the injunction. What was that?

S. ZIMMERMAN: That Ms. Zuazo didn't want him to go out that night and she scratched him and drew blood on him and started attacking him, and he picked her up and put her on the couch and protected himself from her.

O'MARA: OK. And as a matter of fact the injunction even references that she called 911 and advised them of that, correct?

S. ZIMMERMAN: That's correct.

O'MARA: And now that it's in evidence, the 911 operator -- do you have any indication of the 911 operator suggesting they would send out law enforcement for any crime?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I'm not sure.

O'MARA: Was George ever arrested for any crime?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No, he was not.

O'MARA: And you testified that he had gotten an injunction against her. Do you know if that was granted?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I believe that was granted, yes.

O'MARA: Just a moment if I might, your honor.

(INAUDIBLE)

DE LA RIONDA: Yes, one or two questions, your honor, if I may.

Mrs. Zimmerman, I was curious. You mentioned that he had to go through anger management?

S. ZIMMERMAN: I believe.

DE LA RIONDA: You stated that you believe he was successful in completing that?

S. ZIMMERMAN: Yes.

DE LA RIONDA: And I gather my follow-up question regarding that is have you ever seen him angry or do you think he has -- let me ask first thing. Have you ever seen him angry?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No, I haven't.

DE LA RIONDA: You don't think he has anger management problems?

S. ZIMMERMAN: No, I do not.

DE LA RIONDA: No further question.

LESTER: This witness is going to be released? Defense.

O'MARA: Yes.

LESTER: State?

DE LA RIONDA: Yes, sir.

LESTER: Thank you, ma'am. You are released.


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GEORGE ZIMMERMAN/SHELLIE ZIMMERMAN JAIL CALLS

# 1 JAIL CALL 18533166 Total time on tape 00:11:47 (Transcription begins 00:02:17)
Information from recording: Date: 2012/4/12, Time: 16:43:27.....

http://media.trb.com/media/acrobat/2012-06/109016800-18075308.pdf

# 2 JAIL CALL 18568099 Total time on tape 00:16:14 (Transcription begins 00:01:46)
Information from recording: Date: 2012/4/15, Time: 15:29:04.....

http://media.trb.com/media/acrobat/2012-06/238996600-18075641.pdf

#3 JAIL CALL 18577118 Total time on tape 00:16:31
Information from recording: Date: 2012/4/16, Time: 13:34:31.....

http://media.trb.com/media/acrobat/2012-06/105004600-18080045.pdf

#4 JAIL CALL 18587153 Total time on tape 00:16:07
Information from recording: Date: 2012/4/17, Time: 11:27:26.....

http://media.trb.com/media/acrobat/2012-06/23815369110400-18081827.pdf

#5 JAIL CALL 18577856 Total time on tape 00:16:09
Information from recording: Date: 2012/4/16, Time: 14:26:41....

http://media.trb.com/media/acrobat/2012-06/107714140-18081033.pdf

#6 JAIL CALL 18579780 Total time on tape 00:16:16 (Transcription begins 00:01:31)
Information from recording: Date: 2012/4/16, Time: 16:32:12......

http://media.trb.com/media/acrobat/2012-06/288942540-18081608.pdf

Source: serenaz1
http://www.realitychatter.com/t3963p600-george-zimmerman-trayvon-martin-case-3#154746

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GEORGE ZIMMERMAN - JAIL CALLS TRANSCRIPTS

A Seminole County judge released jail house phone calls made by George Zimmerman to his wife that prosecutors said prove that the couple was lying about how much money they had.

Transcript of Zimmerman jail phone call: April 12, 2012 at 4:43 p.m.

http://media.cmgdigital.com/shared/news/documents/2012/06/18/ZIMMERMAN_JAIL_CALL_TRANSCRIPT3.pdf

Transcript of Zimmerman jail phone call: April 15, 2012 at 3:29 p.m.

http://media.cmgdigital.com/shared/news/documents/2012/06/18/ZIMMERMAN_JAIL_CALL_TRANSCRIPT4.pdf

Transcript of Zimmerman jail phone call: April 17, 2012 at 11:26 a.m.

http://media.cmgdigital.com/shared/news/documents/2012/06/18/ZIMMERMAN_JAIL_CALL_TRANSCRIPT6.pdf

Transcript of Zimmerman jail phone call: April 16, 2012 at 1:34 p.m.

Part 1:

http://media.cmgdigital.com/shared/news/documents/2012/06/18/ZimmermanCall1.pdf

Transcript of Zimmerman jail phone call: April 16, 2012 at 2:26 p.m.

Part 2:

http://media.cmgdigital.com/shared/news/documents/2012/06/18/ZIMMERMAN_JAIL_CALL_TRANSCRIPT5.pdf

Transcript of Zimmerman jail phone call: April 16, 2012 at 4:32 p.m.

Part 3:

http://media.cmgdigital.com/shared/news/documents/2012/06/18/ZIMMERMAN_JAIL_CALL_TRANSCRIPT2.pdf


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Audio: George Zimmerman’s Jailhouse Phone Calls

http://tpmmuckraker.talkingpointsmemo.com/2012/06/audio_george_zimmerman_jailhouse_phone_calls.php

Audio recordings of call one, call two, call three, call four, call five, and call six.
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Audio Recorded Interview with Investigator Serino of Sanford Police Department on February 27 (12:05 AM)


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George Zimmerman Reenacts Struggle, Shooting Trayvon Martin murder suspect describes deadly day's events to Florida police.

04:21 | 06/21/2012

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http://www.wftv.com/videos/news/zimmerman-audio-interview-with-sanford-pd-on-feb/vcQzk/
Audio recorded interview with Investigator Serino on February 29 (Part 1)

http://www.wftv.com/videos/news/zimmerman-audio-interview-with-sanford-pd-on-feb/vcQxk/
Audio recorded interview with Investigator Serino on February 29 (Part 2)

http://www.wftv.com/videos/news/zimmerman-audio-interview-with-sanford-pd-on-feb/vcQzm/
Audio recorded interview with Investigator Serino on February 29 (Part 3)
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http://www.wftv.com/videos/news/zimmerman-audio-interview-with-sanford-pd-on-feb/vcQzm/
--detective serino goes over the entire 911 call w/ george--feb.29th.
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GZ Medical Record 2-27-2012 Altamonte Family Physicians

Post by KZ on Mon Jun 25, 2012 1:56 am

GZ's medical records from when he was seen Feb. 27, 2012, at Altamonte Family Physicians, have not officially been released (that I can find!). Until that is located, and/ or released, I wanted to link the ABC News "exclusively" obtained copy of this record, and the display of portions of it in this news report:

http://abcnews.go.com/US/george-zimmerman-medical-report-sheds-light-injuries-trayvon/story?id=16353532#.T7PNb8XIYmR

Video with Diane Sawyer, and the visible report is in a video link on the left side in the body of the article.

If I'm in error, and the report has been released, I'm hopeful someone will post it here. TIA.



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Evidence Submitted at the June 29 George Zimmerman Bond Hearing

http://gzlegalcase.com/index.php/press-releases/33-evidence-submitted-at-the-george-zimmerman-bond-hearing

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July 5, 2012

ORDER SETTING BAIL

http://www.wsvn.com/pdf/zimmerman_order_setting_bond.pdf

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--location of witnesses map----originally posted by "ecossie".

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WTSP.com Photo Gallery

1 of 92 Pictures

Trayvon Martin crime scene and George Zimmerman injury photos

Crime scene photographs released as evidence against George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Also included are pictures of Zimmerman's injuries and photos of the gun allegedly used in the shoooting.

http://www.wtsp.com/news/photo-gallery.aspx?storyid=255685
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Discovery: DeeDee's (Trayvon's Girlfriend) Full Statement to the State Attorney



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Zimmerman discovery photo gallery

Aerial Photos of The Crime Scene

Published On: Jul 12 2012 11:19:13 AM EDT


1 of 84 Pictures

http://www.clickorlando.com/news/-/1637132/15490524/-/1v5ve0z/-/index.html


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Read: New documents released

July 12, 2012

STATE ATTORNEY INVESTIGATIVE DIVISION

284 Pages:

http://www.clickorlando.com/blob/view/-/15490330/data/1/-/kligxm/-/Zimmerman-documents.pdf


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New Trayvon Martin crime scene and evidence photos released in George Zimmerman case

On July 12, 2012, prosecutors released these crime scene and evidence photographs in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.

WTSP.com Photo Gallery

Evidence photographs show closeup of the shirt Trayvon Martin wore the night he was killed. A bullet hole and blood stains are clearly visible.
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http://www.wtsp.com/news/photo-gallery.aspx?storyid=263512
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AUDIO: Transmissions in Trayvon Martin case

Click on the link to play the audio:

http://www.wftv.com/videos/news/audio-transmissions-in-trayvon-martin-case/vcmDH/

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Radio transmissions were released of Seminole County dispatchers describing the scene to police, who rushed there.

"Black male, late teens, wearing a grey hoodie, sweatpants, walking around, last seen walking toward the back of the complex," said a dispatcher.

"I need, I need somebody ASAP. I've got one down with a gunshot wound and I've got one secured," replied an officer. "We're going to have a chest wound and an unresponsive male. We're going to start CPR."

http://www.wftv.com/news/news/more-documents-be-released-zimmerman-case/nPrgP/

Audio: Sanford Police dispatch following Trayvon shooting

Click on the link to play the audio:

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/videogallery/71027545/News/Audio:-Sanford-Police-dispatch-following-Trayvon-shooting


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Defendant's Motion to Disqualify Judge Lester

http://www.scribd.com/doc/100020949/Motion-to-Disqualify-Lester

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STATE'S RESPONSE TO DEFENDANT'S VERIFIED MOTION TO DISQUALIFY TRIAL JUDGE

Filed on July 17, 2012

http://www.clickorlando.com/blob/view/-/15575776/data/1/-/wol7k4z/-/State-response-to-new-Zimmerman-judge.pdf


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07-13-12---Order Denying Reconsideration of Release.

http://www.flcourts18.org/PDF/Press_Releases/order%20denying%20reconsideration%20of%20release.pdf

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Zimmerman's Interview By Detective Doris Singleton

SANFORD POLICE DEPT

2/26/12

Click on the links to listen:

Part 1

http://184.172.211.159/~gzdocs/documents/statements/audio_statement_0226_1.mp3

Part 2

http://184.172.211.159/~gzdocs/documents/statements/audio_statement_0226_2.mp3
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Zimmerman's Interview By Detective Chris Serino

SANFORD POLICE DEPT

2/27/12

Click on the link to listen:

http://184.172.211.159/~gzdocs/documents/statements/audio_interview_0227.mp3
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Detective Ricardo Ayala Partial Police report

Sanford Police Shooting Report

2/26/12

http://www.scribd.com/doc/86792823/Trayvon-Martin-George-Zimmerman-Sanford-Police-Shooting-Report


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Trayvon Martin Shooting Reenactment - Part 1



George Zimmerman Reenacts Shooting of Treyvon Martin for Police at Crime Scene (Part 2)




Raw video: George Zimmerman re-enacts shooting for police, Part 2 (GRAPHIC CONTENT)

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/videogallery/70585878/News/Raw-video-George-Zimmerman-re-enacts-shooting-for-police-Part-2-GRAPHIC-CONTENT


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Zimmerman - Video Interview by CVSA Expert

2/27/12

http://184.172.211.159/~gzdocs/documents/statements/video_interview_cvsa_0227.asf

Zimmerman - Audio Recorded Interview with Detective Chris Serino

2/29/12

Part 1

http://184.172.211.159/~gzdocs/documents/statements/audio_interview_0229_1.mp3

Zimmerman - Audio Recorded Interview with Detective Chris Serino

2/29/12

Part 2

http://184.172.211.159/~gzdocs/documents/statements/audio_interview_0229_2.mp3

Zimmerman - Audio Recorded Interview with Detective Chris Serino

2/29/12

Part 3

http://184.172.211.159/~gzdocs/documents/statements/audio_interview_0229_3.mp3

Zimmerman- Audio Telephone Interview with Detective Chris Serino

3/25/12

http://184.172.211.159/~gzdocs/documents/statements/audio_interview_0325.mp3

Zimmerman - Audio Telephone Interview with Detective Chris Serino

3/26/12

http://184.172.211.159/~gzdocs/documents/statements/audio_interview_0326.mp3
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MOTION TO STAY COURT, JULY 13, 2012 ORDER DENYING DEFENDANT'S AMENDED MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION

http://www.scribd.com/doc/100217807/Motion-to-Stay

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--judgeL files letter/docs rec'd from omara on May 21/2012 re: george's $$$$$'s

http://www.flcourts18.org/PDF/Press_Releases/Notice%20of%20Filing%207%2013%2012.pdf
--Notice of Filing--July 13/2012
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Witness #9 Audio Recordings:

Click on the links to listen:

Part 1

http://www.clickorlando.com/blob/view/-/15530264/data/1/-/xi01qr/-/Witness-9---1.null

Part 2

http://www.clickorlando.com/blob/view/-/15530286/data/1/-/v1tkbl/-/Witness-9---2.null

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Part 1



Witness 9 statement on George Zimmerman
A woman identified as "witness 9" in the George Zimmerman case told investigators that he molested her when they were children

http://www.wtsp.com/video/default.aspx?bctid=1737844134001


Part 2



Witness 9 statement on George Zimmerman
Witness 9's claim that George Zimmerman and his family are racists

http://www.wtsp.com/video/default.aspx?bctid=1737749306001


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Audio: George Zimmerman calls controversial Pastor Terry Jones while in jail

While in a Seminole Co. jail, George Zimmerman calls controversial Pastor Terry Jones to ask that he not protest in Sanford but instead come and pray with him or stay in Gainesville to pray for him.

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/videogallery/71106929/News/Audio-George-Zimmerman-calls-controversial-Pastor-Terry-Jones-while-in-jail
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State vs. Zimmerman: WFTV, Inc. Motion

April 16, 2012

MOTION TO INTERVENE FOR THE LIMITED PURPOSE OF OPPOSING CLOSURE OF JUDICIAL AND PUBLIC RECORDS

http://www.scribd.com/doc/90842186/State-vs-Zimmerman-WFTV-Inc-Motion-to-Intervene
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State v. Zimmerman (2012-CF-001083-A)

Court Documents

http://www.flcourts18.org/presspublic.html
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Notice of Filing - Letter and Documents from O'Mara to Judge Lester - Re: Money Disclosure.

July 13, 2012

http://www.flcourts18.org/PDF/Press_Releases/Notice%20of%20Filing%207%2013%2012.pdf

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State's 4th-Supplemental-Discovery-7-19-12

Defendant's atatements: Interview on Sean Hannity Show (FOX News) 7/18/12

http://www.scribd.com/doc/100525084/State-s-4th-Supplemental-Discovery-7-19-12

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http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/hannity/2012/07/18/exclusive-george-zimmerman-breaks-silence-hannity?page=1

--state's supplemental 4th discovery

--george interview w/ sean hannity, july 18/2012 ( video/full transcript)

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Evidence in the George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin case released to the public

Audio Evidence

Audio Recordings of Witnesses' Interviews (Podcasts).

To listen to the podcasts click on each link in the upper right side of the page at this link:

http://www.abcactionnews.com/dpp/news/state/more-evidence-in-the-george-zimmerman-trayvon-martin-case-released-to-the-public
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Post by Alessandra_Deux on Wed Aug 01, 2012 12:26 pm

ORDERED AND ADJUDGED:

The Defendan's Verified Motion to Disqualify Trial Judge is hereby denied as legally insufficient.

http://media.cmgdigital.com/shared/news/documents/2012/08/01/Order_Dismissing_Defendants_Motion_to_Disqualify_Trial_Judge.pdf

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Re: Library: Trayvon Martin Case Documents

Post by Alessandra_Deux on Tue Aug 07, 2012 10:33 pm

GEORGE ZIMMERMAN MOTION FOR CONTINUANCE

Granted.

Docket Sounding shall be continued to October 3, 2012 at 8:30a.m. in Courtroom #SD before the Honorable Kenneth R. Lester, Jr. at the Criminal Justice Building, 101 Busb Boulevard, Sanford, Florida 32773.

DONE AND ORDERED in Chambers, at Sanford; Seminole County, Florida, this 7 day of August, 2012.

http://www.flcourts18.org/PDF/Press_Releases/Order%20Continuing%20Case.pdf

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Notice for Docket Sounding Oct 3, 2012

http://www.flcourts18.org/PDF/Press_Releases/Notice%20for%20Docket%20Sounding%20Oct%203%202012.pdf


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