- Faith & Family
Cuthbert Haywood, 49
Yes, I think that he’s a flight risk because if a man tells you he doesn’t have any money when he has a whole lot of money, there’s only one reason he does that: to be able to take off and leave and buy another identity.
Jolena Dukes, 18
Virgin Islands, unemployed
Yes. Some people might want to hurt him now that he’s out so that could make him scared enough to leave the country.
Sannita Vaughn, 46
Yes. Besides, I don’t feel it’s right for him to get out. If anyone else had killed a child, they would have to suffer the consequences of being in jail.
Andre Ross, 47
Miami, warehouse worker
Yes, because he had all of that money that was donated to him. The thought has to be on his mind to just run away.
John Dukes, 42
Yes, he shouldn’t have been let out of jail at all. It’s not fair.
Ollie Tillman, 48
Absolutely. He lied to a judge already, so what’s to say that he wouldn’t do anything else. If he wanted to have a passport or not, he has the means [enough money] to leave the country. If it had been anyone else, no matter their nationality, they would have been in jail. But because his father is a judge and has influence, [Zimmerman] was let out jail.