Cue the wingnut chorus:
A Florida judge on Friday revoked the bail for George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin case, saying he had misled the court about his finances, and ordered him to present himself to the court within 48 hours.
Prosecutors alleged that Zimmerman, 28, misled the court regarding his finances when $150,000 bail was granted April 20 and accused him of holding a second U.S. passport that he did not surrender to the court. Zimmerman is facing second-degree murder charges in the shooting death of Martin, 17, in February.
In a hearing in Sanford, Fla., Judge Kenneth Lester said Zimmerman engaged in a "material falsehood" about his finances.
The state attached a copy of the application for that passport to its motion. The state claims in its motion that Zimmerman obtained the second passport after filing a claim that his original passport had been lost or stolen.
When you lie about having a passport, you can be rest assured that there is a reason for that, and that reason is fairly obvious to the court. By failing to give proper notice of the fact that Zimmerman could leave the country (and has he left since the incident in February?), he misled the authorities.
But, never mind all of that. I'm anxious to read what the intrepid defenders of George Zimmerman will come up with next.
This speaks to a thing called credibility. Does Zimmerman have any?