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Atty: Zimmerman bail hearing to be held next week

El24 Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 8:41 PM
I'm wondering, after he shot Trayvon Martin... did the burglaries at the townhomes stop?... Just sayin', I don't know too many 17 year old young men who are out late at night just to buy Skittles...
Jay Wye Wrote: Apr 12, 2012 2:11 PM
I'm still wondering if the police actually found Skittles and a can of tea anywhere near Trayvon.
I'm still wondering if some homeowner in the area will someday find a big,flat-bladed screwdriver under one of his bushes or elsewhere out of sight,where Trayvon ditched his burglar tool before attacking Zimmerman. I wonder if police even looked for such a thing?

BTW,it was not "late at night",it happened between 7 and 7:30 PM,just after dark.
Kuwull Wrote: Apr 11, 2012 8:52 PM
Hey, hey, hey, you can't be talkin bout no real crime stats here! You racist!!!!!!
Why is there never a question about WHY neighborhood watch members WATCH young black men?
Oh, that's right, we're also supposed to foil terror plots by cavity searching 80 year old white widows at airports.
No reality here, folks, just move on.

Trayvon Martin's supporters fought for weeks to win an arrest after the 17-year-old was fatally shot by a neighborhood watch volunteer in Florida. Now George Zimmerman's attorney has begun what could be a lengthy legal battle to free his client from the second-degree murder charge filed in the case.

The first step for Zimmerman attorney Mark O'Mara will be to try to get his client out of jail while the legal process continues. A hearing for the 28-year-old probably will be held on April 20 to determine if he will be allowed to post bail and leave jail, O'Mara said late Thursday.


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