George Zimmerman Released From Jail For Second Time (PHOTOS)
Special prosecutor Angela Corey just released more than 120 recorded phone calls that murder suspect George Zimmerman made from the Seminole County Jail.
Also released is the statement of “Witness 9,” a woman who says Zimmerman is prejudiced against blacks and that he molested her when she was a child.
Witness 9 recounted the molestation claims in graphic detail. She says Zimmerman molested her as a child, starting at age 6:
“He would put his hands under my pants, under my underwear. He would put his pants under my underwear…basically…****** me…”
“He would say we weren’t doing anything, just playing hide/seek…I was a kid, didn’t know any better…He just got this look in his eye like he was going to.”
Witness 9 seems to be related to Zimmerman and is about 2 years younger.
She goes into more detail:
“We would all play in front of TV…he would reach under blankets/try to do things & I would try to push him off.”
Witness 9 also contends that there is one more victim:
“There is one more victim, but she will deny it ..says she doesn’t want to talk about it.”
When the conversation turned to Zimmerman and black people, Witness 9 said:
“Zimmerman’s family “don’t like black people if they don’t act like white people.”
Witness 9 went on to say that the last molestation by Zimmerman started as “massage,” and moved to touching and kissing and that’s when she ran away.
Witness 9 says her parents confronted Zimmerman about molestation at restaurant and he said-
“I’m sorry and just got up and walked out.”
According to witness 9 the molestation went on from the age of 6-16 while Zimmerman was 8-18.
If Zimmerman takes stand in trial, witness 9 could be rebuttal witness to show he has a violent history. Molestation charges may not be allowed.
Asked why she come forward, witness 9 said in the midst of Trayvon’s death, she was no longer afraid of Zimmerman.
Zimmerman’s defense attorney, Mark O’Mara filed a motion this morning, hoping to stay release of Witness 9 statements. You can read the motion by clicking here.
This latest evidence sheds more light onto what type of man Zimmerman was before he shot and killed Trayvon Martin on February 26th.