George Zimmerman is really feeling himself. Following his first interview on Fox News last night, the 28-year-old has re-launched the very website that he used to beg for money and display his mental downward spiral. Although originally shut down by his lawyer, Mike O'Mara, and replaced with another site, TheRealGeorgeZimmerman.com is back up and ready to do business.
Zimmerman took to the site to add a loving picture with his dog, and pen his impression of a heart-felt letter to his fans. “I want to reach out to each supporter personally, however, the overwhelming support has made that effort challenging,” he wrote. “I thank each and every one of you for your support, whether through your hard-earned money, words of encouragement, or most importantly through prayer. I want to tell you why I have created this site.
“This has been the most difficult time of my life. I have been charged and arrested for murder, I have been accused of being a racist, and my family and I have to live in hiding because of threats against my life. I am not a murderer, and I am not a racist. Rumors and lies about the case and me are rampant on the Internet. I want to set the record straight about some things. I created this website to give me, the real George Zimmerman, a place to do that.” He goes on to encourage people to share “words of encouragement” and to ask for more money.
O'Mara confirmed the validity of the site, which is being run solely by his client, who clearly has no shame.
Click below to view the rest of the letter.
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