Trayvon Martin's parents have been meeting with members of the black community here in the UK.
Doreen Lawrence and Sybrina Fulton met today to visit the memorial of murdered Stephen Lawrence and discuss justice for their sons
The mothers of Stephen Lawrence and Trayvon Martin will meet tomorrow, both still reeling from the pain of losing their sons.
Speaking to Fox News, he described what happened the night he killed the 17-year-old.
He also apologised to Travyon's parents but said he does not regret being armed or his actions, saying "I feel it was all God's plan".
George Zimmerman is expected to be moved to a secure temporary secure house this evening after being released from bail for the second time.
Zimmerman was released on a $150,000 bail bond in April but was later ordered to return to jail after prosecutors said he misled the court about his finances and didn't surrender a second passport.
"As the terms of Mr. Zimmerman’s bond state that he must remain within Seminole County, Mr. Zimmerman’s security team has established a safe house where he can stay until a more permanent secure location can be established."
George Zimmerman has been released on bail for the second time today, after posting $1 million bail, a sheriff's spokeswoman in Florida said. It is not immediately clear how the Zimmermans came up with the money.
His bail restrictions are said to be "significantly tighter" than when he was released in April: he has to wear an electronic monitoring device as the judge said he believed Zimmerman and his wife Shellie had intended to flee the country.
George Zimmerman has been released from jail for the second time, after posting the $1,000,000 bail bond set by a judge in Florida just 24 hours ago. It is not clear whether he paid the bond in full, or paid part of it.
His bail bond was approved and posted online after he was released from Seminole County jail at around 2:50 pm this afternoon. Zimmerman shot and killed unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin on February 26 this year.
George Zimmerman, the man charged with killing unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin, has been released from jail on bond, according to CNN.
His lawyer Mark O'Mara posted on his website that he has been released "on bond" after the public donated approximately $20,000 towards his $1,000,000 bond.
"The legal defense team has been working to satisfy George Zimmerman’s bond and secure his release. We are confident that Mr. Zimmerman will be released soon, although the exact time will not be revealed out of respect for the security concerns surrounding his release."
A judge in Florida has revoked bail for George Zimmerman, the neighbourhood watch captain charged with the second degree murder of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin.
Prosecutors also alleged he misled the court regarding his finances, when $150,000 bail was granted on April 20.
A judge in Florida has revoked bail for George Zimmerman, the man who shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin dead on February 26 this year. He has 48 hours to surrender himself or he will be arrested.
A cache of court documents relating to the shooting of the American teenager Trayvon Martin in Florida in February have been released.
They reveal in vivid detail what emergency services personnel witnessed when they arrived at the scene.
Significantly, one of the documents suggests that George Zimmerman, the man charged with Trayvon's murder, had a bloody nose when he was taken into custody.
A police officer wrote in his report: “Zimmerman appeared to have a broken and a bloody nose and swelling of his face.”
Read more on the New York Times website.
According to the Associated Press, evidence released in the Trayvon Martin shooting case shows a photo of George Zimmerman, the man currently on trial for his murder, with a bleeding nose.
The New York Times reports that an examination of the Sanford Police Department’s handling of the Trayvon Martin case shows a series of missteps -including sloppy work - and circumstances beyond its control that impeded the investigation.
They include a failure to follow standard crime scene protocols, a lack of thorough door-to-door canvassing, among others.