George Zimmerman's Lawyers Withdraw from Case & Other Trayvon-Affiliated News
Lawyers for George Zimmerman, the shooter of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, withdrew from the case Tuesday, saying they had lost contact with their client.
It was learned Florida Special Prosecutor Angela Corey had decided not to use a grand jury in the Trayvon case and that the decision “should not be considered a factor in the final determination of the case.”
Zimmerman’s family launched a website to help with legal fees last week and to raise money to pay for his living expenses. The official site displays two images, including one of vandalism on the wall of Ohio State University’s Black Cultural Center that reads “Long Live George Zimmerman.” The other image was created by supporters of Koran-burning pastor Terry Jones, which reads “Justice for Zimmerman.”