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Florida / Martin Death Case / Zimmerman / Two Discussions #1023400

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 01, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Judge Kenneth Lester's order that George Zimmerman, arrested for the death of Trayvon Martin in Florida, go back to jail because of secret conversations between George and his wife while he was in jail reported; details given from a phone call with Zimmerman's wife about family finances. [LESTER - orders Zimmerman to turn himself in.] [Prosecutor Bernie de la RIONDA†- says the defendant's wife lied about her money.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with Zimmerman attorney Mark O'Mara and Martin family attorney Benjamin Crump about the case. [O'MARA - says George understands the court ruling; admits George's statements are questionable and he had a second passport that he, not George had.] [On phone, CRUMP - says today's ruling is very important for the case against Zimmerman; states the family was relieved Zimmerman's bond was revoked.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with defense attorney Mark Geragos and InSession's Sunny Hostin about the day's developments in the Martin case. [GERAGOS - assesses the handling of the Zimmerman case by "two clowns" before O'Mara and the bond hearing.] [In studio, HOSTIN - says the Zimmermans were trying to mislead the court so revoking the bond is significant.]

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