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    Zimmerman Offers Signed Thank-You Cards

    SANFORD, FL- OCTOBER 19:  George Zimmerman watches during his hearing at the Seminole County Courthouse on October 19, 2012 in Sanford, Florida. Circuit Judge Debra Nelson ruled that Zimmerman's attorneys can access the school records of Trayvon Martin, with whom Zimmerman is charged of fatally shooting.  (Photo by Stephen M. Dowell-Pool/Getty Images)

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    Now you know just where to spend your money this holiday season. Representatives for George Zimmerman announced on Thursday that anyone who donates to the newly established George Zimmerman Defense Fund will receive a personally signed thank-you note. In the announcement, Zimmerman’s attorney, Mark O’Mara, said that the old fund had raised $140,000 since it was created in May, but that “currently, the balance of the George Zimmerman Defense Fund is at its lowest, and new funds must be raised to support George’s living expenses and legal costs.” Zimmerman is currently free on a $1 million bond while he awaits trial for the shooting and killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, which Zimmerman claims was in self-defense.

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