posted on Apr, 11 2012 @ 12:00 AM
He never met the lawyers face to face, for his personal safety. He never contracted with them, therefore he never "hired" them, so they can't fire
themseves or withdraw, or anything else. They merely had consulted with him, and if you will, tried to worm their way into the case. That much seems
apparent. If Zimmerman had wanted them as his attorneys, this would be a different story.
It also seems for some reason, he lost trust in them.
One could postulate he contacted the prosecutors office to notify them that he was leaving the state, as I am certain when they released him after
having detained him the first night, they told him something like, "We don't need to tell you not to leave the state do we...?"
One could also postulate he has good reason to fear for his life and to relocate himself and his family. He cannot possibly try to go to work, as he
did have a job. He is kill on sight to some people.
The lawyers had already stated a couple of days ago that he would willingly turn himself in if a warrant was issued in this case. So far, one has not,
so he is free to move about as long as he informs law enforcement of his location.
Now, if he has lost trust in his attorneys-to-be, perhaps he has also had reasonable suspicion of some law enforcement officials, and this is why he
contacted the prosecutor directly. I know that is what I would do. In an instance like this, I would involve as little people as possible if I was
trying to hide myself and my family and feared for my life.
The prosecutor allowed him to go, and to have a day or two head start because she isn't going to press charges. He claimed self defense and the
evidence backs it up, no matter how blind people are to it, or how enraged the media is making people.
And to the post above mine, he didn't follow him after the operator said, "We don't need you to do that." He said, "Ok", and went to go find the
road sign and address to give them his location.
Think, people. The media has already made a circus of this. Time to unmake the circus and start using some reasonable deductions.
Mark this post and see if this doesn't play out extremely similar, if not exactly, to what I stated above.