Judge wants to know more about Trayvon Martin killer George Zimmerman's finances

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George, George, you just can't seem to stay out of trouble.

The Denver Post is reporting that George Zimmerman's attorney, Mark O'Mara called George's failure to disclose the 200+ grand that he raised for his own defense on his now-deleted website...

...an "oversight."

Yes indeed, the Zimmerman family had told Judge Lester that it would be hard to come up with his bond, even though the site raked in over $200,000. O'Mara told the judge that they weren't trying to deceive anyone, but the judge still wanted to hear more.

Despite that little glitcheroony, O'Mara thinks the amount of the bond will remain the same.

Judge Lester also wouldn't issue a gag order to prevent George Zimmerman's lawyers from talking to the press, even though the prosecution's requested one. The reason? As O'Mara said, "This case is the most significant media event in the country, maybe in the world. We can't be absolutely mute about these matters."

It's safe to say that nobody in this case has been mute.

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