George Zimmerman is walking free yet again as he was released on bond Sunday.
George, the man accused of murdering Trayvon Martin, left a county jail after paying off part of his $150,000 bail early on April 22. He was seen being escorted out of the correctional facility just after midnight by an unidentified man, and both of them were carrying paper bags filled with George’s personal belongings.
Cameras were present as the shooter was wordlessly herded into the back of a white BMW and driven away. It’s not clear where he was headed as his destination is being kept under wraps, but Politico.com reported that he could be staying outside of Florida as he awaits his trail for second-degree murder.
In order to be released, George had to put up $15, 000 (10 percent) of his bail to be released. A judge has declared that he’s not allowed to have any firearms and he must adhere to a 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew.
George was slammed with charges following the February shooting death of unarmed Florida teen Trayvon Martin.