George Zimmerman's defense team needs help from his supporters! The team is asking their website followers to point out the most objectionable things the site has said and/or written in order to help them prepare for a gag order hearing Friday in Sanford.
Meanwhile, a collection of local and national media organizations — including The Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, USA Today and other outlets — filed paperwork to join the defense in fighting the state's gag order request.
As for Zimmerman’s defense plea, his lawyer Mark O’Mara posted a new notice on GZLegal Case:
All this week we'll be preparing to defend ourselves against the State's renewed motion for a Gag Order.
We're confident that everything we've posted, and everything we've said publicly is proper and well within our rights, but we know that on Friday, the State is likely to find the most questionable thing Mark's said and present it to the Court. I'd like to ask if you and other supporters could help us scour the web and, strange as it may sound, send us links to the most potentially questionable statements we have made during this process.
Again, we're confident ALL our statements are easily defendable, we just want to know what we're likely to have thrown back at us.
Zimmerman’s lawyer Mark O'Mara contends he's doing nothing wrong, that he does not discuss evidence, and that he's carefully following Florida Bar rules about what he can and cannot say.