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Friday, July 27, 2012

Zimmerman's parents create website

Posted By on Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 11:35 AM

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According to multiple media reports, George Zimmerman's parents have set up a website at http://robertandgladys.com/ to "let people know what our son is truly like," to keep people up to date on how the family is doing since "our dreams ended on February 26th," and to raise money to help the Zimmerman family. We did a whois.com search on the site and the site appears to have been registered by proxy with Domain Discreet Privacy Service. Since everybody else is recapping what's on the website, we won't bore you with the details here. Unlike many of the other media outlets reporting on the site this morning, though, we'll give you the direct link so you can see what everyone's talking about for yourself.

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