Zimmerman Parents’ New Website Decries Threats, Says Son Is No Racist

Source: Matt Gutman / ABC News

A week after George Zimmerman rolled out a revamped website, his parents have unveiled their own website, detailing in voluminous detail the upheaval and death threats suffered by three generations of the family after their son, 28, shot and killed Trayvon Martin, 17, on Feb. 26.

The younger Zimmerman’s website, therealgeorgezimmerman.com, is an open appeal for donations to help pay for his legal fees, security and living expenses, and a forum to try to offer an unfiltered account of who George Zimmerman is.

The parents’ site, called robertandgladys.com aims to counter the way their son has been “savagely portrayed in the media,” and has a tab asking for contributions to their “greatly increased living expenses.”

What follows is a painstaking detailed history of the family — from Robert and Gladys Zimmerman’s courtship in the late 1970s to the frenzied days after the shooting.

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