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To: Clara Lou

Unless George can come up with the full $1M, he will have to go to a bailbondsman. They charge 10% ($100K), which is nonrefundable. Zimmerman has had $100K “stolen” by this ruling, as he seeks to defend himself.


37 posted on 07/05/2012 11:30:52 AM PDT by Tandem (What ever happened to personal responsibility & self-reliance?)
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To: Tandem; DallasSun
Zimmerman has had $100K “stolen” by this ruling, as he seeks to defend himself.

Exactly --

Furthermore the judge in the ruling said that he will revoke bond again if the state decides to charge him with anything else -- like perjury or missrepresentation of funds or jaywalking or looking at him crosseyed or ...

He might be better off in jail. Let the state house and feed and entertain him, because even if he bails out, you can bet that the prosecutor will charge with something and the judge will revoke bond again .... and poof another hundred grand.

This shows the contempt that this judge has for "other people's money". It's sent to GZ for one purpose and he feels free to steal it for his own purpose.

It's groundhog day again and again in Judge Lester's courtroom.

51 posted on 07/05/2012 2:02:47 PM PDT by Uncle Chip
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To: Tandem

He shouldn’t have lied about the funding in the first place. He he done that, he would not be in the mess he is in now.


67 posted on 07/06/2012 4:10:31 AM PDT by napscoordinator
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