George Zimmerman Out of Jail. Again.

Despite trial Judge Kenneth Lester’s disapproval at the Zimmermans’ lack of clarity as to their finances, George Zimmerman is free on bail again. This time he has a few more restrictions on his movements, though. Such as not leaving Seminole County. He’s also wearing a fashionable ankle bracelet and tracking device and will have to keep to a curfew. And he can’t open a bank account, obtain a passport or set foot in the local airport. But not everyone’s happy about the way things are going. According to miamiherald.com, “Shortly before Zimmerman’s release, the Rev. Al Sharpton criticized Zimmerman for raising money through online donations. The civil rights leader was in New Orleans with Martin’s parents, Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton. ‘Now, we see they are soliciting money!’ Sharpton said.” If Rev. Al’s upset, George must be doing something right.

37 Responses to George Zimmerman Out of Jail. Again.

  1. avatarRalph says:

    Zimmerman criticized Rev. Al Sharpton for raising money through online donations.

    There, that’s better.

    • avatarL.Y. says:

      that’s what I was gonna do! He’s not really a Rev. of an actual physical church body is he?

      • avatarRalph says:

        Al worships at the Church of the Almighty Dollar, and believe me, he’s very religious.

        • avatarL.Y. says:

          hahaha ZIIIIING! As always Ralph, I enjoy, though you know not that I stalketh thee, finding your two faced AK avatar with glee! (i just finished writing a poem :P, sorry for the spillover rhyme )

      • avatarmatt says:

        According to wikipedia he became one when he was 9 (i’m serious), licensed by the Church of God in Christ.

      • avatarAharon says:

        I believe that Jackson like Sharpton is a paper reverend. Just a paper mill diploma thing as I understand it.

    • avatarmatt says:

      Sharpton is just pissed that justicetm.org has only raised $30k compared to over $200k for GZ.

  2. avatarMatt in FL says:

    The not leaving Seminole County thing kinda surprises me. Seminole County is not a very big place.

  3. avatarJeremy L. Knauff says:

    When was the last time Al Sharpton was relevant?

    • avatarMoonshine7102 says:

      If you ask his hairdresser, he’s very relevant!

    • avatarBill F says:

      He’s always relevant. Whenever you take a stance contrary to his you’ll be correct. He’s a very good barometer of the truth–he just never sees it.

  4. avatarDirk Diggler says:

    Sharpton is mad b/c GMZ is raising more cash than he is

  5. avatarVermin says:

    In the meantime, Traveon Martin is running around North Carolina shooting people.

    http://www2.nbc17.com/news/2012/jul/04/teens-arrested-connection-shooting-gas-station-emp-ar-2407129/

    • avatarSilver says:

      Wow, if Obama had a son, he might look like one of them.

      • avatargemalo says:

        Where the hell do they get those names from? Does mama spill some alphabet soup while she’s in labor, and the local witch doctor looks at it and comes up with a “name”?

        • avatarhmmmmm says:

          LOL – today’s Armed Intelligentsia award goes to gemalo, no contest! Congratulations, your prize copy of Birth of a Nation is in the mail.

        • avatarإبليس says:

          Usually those are just atrociously spelled mispronunciations of foreign or exotic names. When your fanciest possession is a name…well, you get the rest. Kaffirs aren’t responsible for their behavior.

  6. avatarmatt says:

    and will have to keep to a curfew

    WTF is the point of a curfew for GZ?

    and he has hired a security team, according to information posted on a website run by his legal team.

    That can’t be cheap.

    • avatarMatt in FL says:

      WTF is the point of a curfew for GZ?

      Well, based on the evidence, he has a habit of shooting black teenagers if he’s allowed out of the house after 7 p.m.

      • avatarV.McCann says:

        Only the ones trying to kill him.

        • avatarMatt in FL says:

          Objection: assumes facts not in evidence. It’s a fact he was out of the house after 7 p.m. It’s a fact he shot Trayvon Martin. Everything else is conjecture.

          And since correlation always equals causation, if we let him out of the house after 7 p.m. again, more people will die.

          Or something.

        • avatarV.McCann says:

          Actually, that fact is in evidence. You just reject it because it doesn’t fit your narative.

        • avatarMatt in FL says:

          Oh, you’re killing my fun.

        • avatarV.McCann says:

          Sorry.

      • avatarmatt says:

        He’ll just change to shooting black teenagers after 7 a.m., on their way to honor school.

  7. avatarbrigo50 says:

    PUHleease.
    You can make gift registry donations to Obama’s campaign for your best friends wedding or divorce party/baby shower,but yes Al Sharp is saying online donations is wrong.
    I’m pretty sure I could jump on the campaign website right now and donate hundreds of thousands of dollars…must…try…and….resist…
    People will criticize this, saying Zimmerman was charged with a crime and Obamie wasnt, but come on, we all know Obama is guilty.

    • avatarmatt says:

      justicetm.org accepts donations for Martin’s parents. What Sharpton is saying that online donations to non-blacks or non-black causes is wrong.

      From Sharpton’s wikipedia page
      “On May 9, 2008 the Associated Press reported that Sharpton and his businesses owed almost $1.5 million in unpaid taxes and penalties… On June 19, 2008 the New York Post reported that the Internal Revenue Service had sent subpoenas to several corporations that had donated to Sharpton’s National Action Network. In 2007 New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo began investigating the National Action Network, because it failed to make proper financial reports, as required for non-profits. According to the Post, several major corporations, including Anheuser-Busch and Colgate-Palmolive, have donated thousands of dollars to the National Action Network. The Post asserted that the donations were made to prevent boycotts or rallies by the National Action Network.”

      • avatarPANTERA VAZQUEZ says:

        WHAT THEY DON’T MENTION TAWANNA BRAWLEY?!? OH YEAH THAS ONE WAS A FOOT IN THE MOUTH MOMENT FOR HIM N JESSE JACKSON

        • avatarmatt says:

          They do, they also mention this quote from Sharpton at Kean College in 1994 “White folks was [sic] in caves while we was building empires…. We taught philosophy and astrology and mathematics before Socrates and them Greek homos ever got around to it.” Sharpton defended his comments by noting that the term “homo” was not homophobic…

  8. avatarBob says:

    “If Rev. Al’s upset, George must be doing something right.”

    Love that line! What else can we do to piss off Rev Al?

  9. avatarjkp says:

    Mr. Zimmerman:

    Why do you continue the pretense that Al Sharpton is a ‘civil rights leader’.

    He isn’t. He’s an ethnic chauvinist and bigot.

  10. avatarMike OFWG says:

    You guys who are lawyers out there, can we get a class action lawsuit on this son of a bitch?

  11. avatarFillyourhandsyouSOB! says:

    seems like restricting him to Seminole county (and making that public knowledge) would certainly make it easier to find him, even though reports are that he’s in a “safe house” with a security detail…that would seem to be pretty conspicious and easy to spot. I think I would have opted to stay in jail, save all that donated money…but it’s easy to armchair quarterback the whole thing….

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