George Zimmerman returned to Central Florida late last night., and returned to John E. Polk Correctional Facility in Sanford, Fla., this afternoon. On Friday, a judge revoked Zimmerman's bond and ordered him to surrender in 48 hours after it was determined that he deceived the court about his financial situation and his possesion of a second passport, which he acquired two weeks after murdering Trayvon Martin.
Zimmerman's attorney, Mark O'Mara, openly admitted "there is a credibly question that needs to be explained away," adding that Zimmerman's "credibility has been tarnished and he will have to rehabilitate it." Zimmerman, who was said to be "quiet and cooperative" when he turned himself in again, will remain without bond until a judge decides whether or not he should be free until his trial for second degree murder.
[via The Orlando Sentinel]