George Zimmerman, the confessed killer of Trayvon Martin, is now free on bond in the shooting death of the 17-year-old black youth despite every effort by civil rights groups and the New Black Panther movement to see him stay behind bars.
Zimmerman, who has maintained his innocence of maliciously killing the young man who appeared to be in the community under suspicious intentions, fielded no questions by the press as he made his midnight exit on Sunday with what appeared to be a bodyguard by his side.
And no wonder, as someone who has had a bounty placed on his head by a radical extremist group like the New Black Panthers he would be crazy not to.
The group was offering $10,000 for Zimmerman's apprehension, but gaining no notice from the Dept. of Justice, who has spent untold taxpayer dollars in the past 3 1/2 years of the Obama administration seeking to rectify perceived civil right wrongs.
So there is justice only for black crimes with this administration?
Despite Zimmerman's new found freedom, however, he will be required to wear an electronic ankle bracelet to monitor his whereabouts, according to ABC News, which could, in and of itself, prove a safety issue for the man who has prompted almost Casey Anthony type attention from the African American community.
If the civil rights groups are as rabid about finding Zimmerman now that he is out on bond as they have been about getting him put in jail in the first place, who knows what crazy person will attempt now?
The one good thing about Zimmerman being monitored during his freedom is the fact that police will have an excellent lead if anything were to happen to him; they would first start with who had access to his location through the bracelet monitoring systemÂ—and follow the trail to the likely instigator: the New Black Panthers.
For now, George Zimmerman's whereabouts is unknown by the public since he slipped away in a BMW Sunday night, and he is free to begin working on his case, which currently has no set trial date in the death of Trayvon Martin.