You won’t find much there to enlighten you about the Trayvon Martin shooting.
Zimmerman writes under the section labeled “The Facts,” that he cannot comment on the shooting. Set against the backdrop of an American flag, the website also includes a few quotes about liberty, integrity and “doing good,” citing Thomas Paine and Edmund Burke, both included on the page that is linked to his subhead “My Race.”
In his own words, he explains the purpose of the simply designed website:
“This website’s sole purpose is to ensure my supporters they are receiving my full attention without any intermediaries. It has come to my attention that some persons and/or entities have been collecting funds, thinly veiled as my “Defense Fund” or “Legal Fund”. I cannot attest to the validity of these other websites as I have not received any funds collected, intended to support my family and I through this trying, tragic time.”
There are also two photos–one of a graffitied wall, stating, “Long live Zimmerman” and the other of a hand done sign–”Justice for Zimmerman.”
And each page hosts a donate button.
The web address is http://therealgeorgezimmerman.com/.