George Zimmerman Granted $150K Bond, Gives His Condolences To Trayvon Martin’s Parents


    George Zimmerman bond-Trayvon Martin case

    Moments ago, a Florida Judge set bond in the amount of $150,000 for George Zimmerman, who is charged with second degree murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old, Trayvon Martin.

    George Zimmerman took the stand in his bond hearing held Friday (April 20) and offered Trayvon Martin’s parents his condolences by saying, “I’m sorry for the loss of your son.” Zimmerman added he didn’t not know how old Trayvon was and didn’t know whether or not he was armed with a weapon.

    See the video after the break.


    Additional conditions of George Zimmerman’s bond are listed below:

    – GPS monitoring

    – Zimmerman would have to contact authorities every three days

    – No contact with the victim’s family

    – No possession of firearms

    – No use of controlled substances, other than those prescribed by a physician.

    What are your thoughts on George Zimmerman’s bond?


    • Hey there, thank you for posting this. I think it’s a crock of bull.

      What I really hate though is how everyone on his team really played up the whole, they’re out to get me thing, they’re talking about doing violence to me.

      When it’s clear that from the beginning all the Martin family has ever asked for was for the man to go before a jury.

      I wish that instead of offering his condolences he would just be a man and fess up to the fact that he knew he was wrong, instead of hiding behind the stand your ground law.