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Updated on April 10, 2012

Isn't that incredible?

George Zimmerman has taken up the task of trying the Trayvon Martin case in the media by setting up a website, which would collect money for his defense and upkeep.

He is even showing that he is smarter than the authorities, including the special prosecutor that has been appointed by the Florida governor, Gov. Rick Scott, to handle the controversial case.

Zimmerman himself was anticipating that he would be charged, and that should be used to collect donations from his friends and supporters to pay for his defense.

The special prosecutor, Angela Corey, has waived the use of a grand jury that was scheduled for today, Tuesday; and nobody knew what she was up to, whether to bring charges against Martin's killer; and the delay was killing everybody as to when that would happen.

Zimmerman has been bold to launch a website called "", in spite of the furor by the general public that has enveloped the matter; with people maintaining that an arrest must be made, under the circumstances relating to his actions on the night of the killing.

His own comments that came with the website showed how selfish Zimmerman could be, judging from the many "I"s that filled up the statements, such as,

"I was involved in a life altering event which led me to become the subject of intense media coverage. As a result of the incident and subsequent media coverage, I have been forced to leave my home, my school, my employer, my family and ultimately, my entire life."

Instead of being behind bars, he was out there planning and defending himself through a website, and by making use of the ubiquitous media.

There were a series of nauseating "I" statements indicating that he was as callous as a hound dog finding a bite to eat, after suffering strong hunger pangs. It would eat anything in sight. That was how Zimmerman should be pictured, by throwing anything out for his own protection.

He never mentions Trayvon Martin or his family even once in the long litany of personal narratives, and wanting to exonerate himself by saying to his sympathisers thus,

"Once again, I thank you for your patience and I assure you, the facts will come to light." showing so much stoicism of Zimmerman, the man involved in the killing of a young African American in the state of Florida on February, 26th, 2012." (All quotes by CNN, 04/10/12).

Benjamin Crump, the lawyer for the Martin family said, "it's unfair that Zimmerman is still free to express his views and solicit money." and he, Crump, has every right to make that remark, because the killer of Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton's son had the audacity to be using the media, the Internet included, to raise funds.

The public outcry has shown that there was ample evidence for Zimmerman to be in jail soon after his atrocious act of shooting Trayvon Martin; and why the special prosecutor has not taken any visible steps to arraign Zimmerman before a judge was unprecedented.

It (public) was assuming that could happen soon; or it could be seen as a situation leading to the continuation of the semblance of a cover-up by her, in connection with the one (cover-up) that has presumably been initiated by the police chief of Sanford and the state attorney meeting with the family of Zimmerman at the precinct where he (Zimmerman) was taken after the shooting on that fatal night.

Zimmerman with an excusable website and a series of statements to redeem himself? How dare him? Why doesn't he make those statements to the special prosecutor? Isn't he taking advantage and making a mockery of the United States Justice system?

Also, what is the SP waiting for; a motorcade to get to Zimmerman?


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      Rodric Johnson 5 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

      He is charge of nothing for which he should admit guilt. It is up to the state to accuse him. He has enough to deal with without us adding a dangers spin to his cry for help. He is a human being and he is alive. No matter what we say about him, he deserves help. All the evidence obtain is not enough to place him in custody. Let us treat him like he is innocent because that is American law. Let us not turn into Nazi Germany or the Secret Police of the former USSR.