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On June 29, 2012, George Zimmerman’s attorney Mark O’Mara, presented witnesses and evidence in support of his motion for Judge Lester to let Zimmerman out of jail on bond again. Based on the evidence in this case which includes Zimmerman lying under oath during the original bail hearing, his wife committing perjury during that same bail hearing, Zimmerman and his wife’s possible conspiracy to hide funds from the court, and Mr. O’Mara possible lying and/or misleading the court the motion for bail should be denied.
One doesn’t have to be lawyer and/or a judge to know that George Zimmerman is not a good candidate for bail. Once a defendant (Zimmerman admits that he killed someone, lies in open court on national television about the victim being 28 which is about his age, his family failed to disclose hundreds of thousands of dollars in assets to the court, his wife commits perjury during his original bail hearing, he is facing life in prison and possible Civil Rights violation by the United States Justice department he shouldn’t be given another opportunity to kill again and/or flee.
ADDITIONAL PROFILE INFORMATION: Vera Richardson worked for two and half years in a Supervisor of Inmate Grievance Program title for New York State Department of Correctional Services. In addition to being accountable for the coordination, supervision, implementation, and enforcement, of the Inmate Grievance Program she made sure that the Superintendent of Albion Correctional Facility and staff were aware of and conforming to the mandates of NYSDOCS departmental directives, correction law, and relevant court decisions.
While working as the Supervisor of Inmate Grievance Program Richardson was also a member of Albion’s Temporary Release Committee “Committee”. The two other members of the Committee were a correctional counselor and a parole officer. The Committee met once a week to review the institutional records, conduct interviews and recommend temporary release for female inmates applying for furloughs, work release program, and/or to go to unescorted funerals. In order to be approved for temporary release two out of three members of the Committee had to agree that the inmate could participate in the program.