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-- -- continue now with our exclusive sit down interview -- George Zimmerman and -- attorney mark Comair.
There is this witness number nine this recently came out and witness number nine suggested that you and your family from a young age had.
And then that was one statement that was originally made and that didn't became that from the time this woman was six -- she was nineteen.
That you had molested her.
I think that this from.
Actually fortunate that the FBI didn't get involved.
Of all people to investigate a crime -- mean it's the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
They cleared me of anything and racial profiling racial.
Wrongdoing and -- Think that frankly it's ironic that the same the only person.
That they found -- could say anything about.
Me being remotely racist and again she didn't state that I said anything racist she didn't -- that I was in the same room won anything racist was said.
But it is ironic that the person the one and only person.
But they could find.
That says anything remotely and to -- being -- -- also happens to be the person that claims I'm deviant.
-- any comments about witness number nine.
You know -- I don't know them don't take your time effort resources.
To focus on that since I think it's going to be a non issue in the trial.
And quite honestly I don't know that we want to be in the position of now.
Focusing -- attacking.
His cousin who has made whatever allegations she's made it's probably never -- provided ten courtroom.
What about detective Serena -- -- -- report.
What he suggested that -- be charged with manslaughter not second degree murder do you believe the second degree murder charges and overcharge.
While in the beginning not deferred chancellor -- -- assistance -- second -- her answer way to receiving evidence.
All of the evidence has come -- continue to be conditional out.
But all of the -- and -- to -- I've yet to see evidence that suggests.
The elements of second degree but with the stand your ground law -- do you believe it's applicable in this case.
And I haven't said that affirmatively -- the -- because again without the evidence -- now that we have.
A lot of evidence concerning what is self defense I think it's a proper presentation to literature and again remember.
As to whether stand your ground or simple self defense and what that lost sentences if -- are acting.
And reasonable belief.
Of great bodily injury before death so the focus is on -- if you have great bodily injury that you're allowed to respond to that with deadly force.
Your initial bond George was a 150000.
Dollars that -- was revoked.
And they -- -- from hiding some financial.
Matters as the related to donations that have been given to you.
That also now is involved your wife in this particular case and and a pretty stinging rebuke from your judge.
You went back to jail as a result of us.
Tell us you know in your words what happened.
It seems that you had an opportunity to speak up and say yes there's other finances here and -- didn't do it.
What did you think consciously about it was explain what happened from.
What's -- Sean and I have to -- -- and try not to vote.
Right now the -- -- -- his wife Shelly Winston hate crime regarding that.
And they've also suggested or at least according to his order suggested that.
George may well have committed a crime.
Realize that those potential charge exists against stores and also that they present users against Shelley.
I just don't think that we can talk about there was precisely evidence soon elements because that -- all the elements including the conversations on the tapes.
And jailhouse tapes that you had conversations with the license.
I think so unfortunately with the State's position to try to charge his wife with a crime as well -- that wasn't on the table.
I don't know that we would have the same restrictions.
-- Let's talk a little bit about.
How you were treated in jail is that you -- you in jail back to jail.
Hadn't that -- what was that like for you.
My notes this didn't publicize that I took -- com community volunteers.
Kind of law enforcement academy where civilians just get to see the need what it's like for law enforcement.
I've taken -- -- of Johnny Paul and and I remember own mind toward they said that they believed in the -- that respect but gets respect.
And I remember thinking at that time is that something they just tell us or do they really believe in that.
And I got seen firsthand that they really do believe in that.
And obviously the prison population was very aware of your case being so high profile.
Did they treat you differently.
The -- he makes.
He -- in what way Tom.
I believe that a lot of them personally.
Know that sometimes the media doesn't portray things.
Correctly and Tom there was one instance when I was in the -- -- for myself.
And in a window and few inmates -- together and just made a sign of strength to me and.
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