Transcript George Zimmerman Jail Call 1

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DEFENDANT NAME:  HOMICIDE

SA# 12SA022031

JAIL CALL

JAIL CALL 18533166 Total time on tape 00:11:47  (Transcription begins 00:02:17)

Information from recording: Date: 2012/4/12, Time: 16:43:27, dialed number (Recorded calling directions)

 

RECORDING:              Hello, you have a prepaid call from

ZIMMERMAN:           George Zimmerman (recorded directions) This call will be recorded and subject to monitoring at any time. Thank you for using Inmate Calling Solutions. You may begin speaking now.

ZIMMERMAN:           Hey honey.

SHELLIE:                     Hey baby.

ZIMMERMAN:           Hey you-you can hit five like as soon as you start hearing them talk.

SHELLIE:                     Oh okay, I-I don’t, I don’t want to run the risk of like disconnecting us

ZIMMERMAN:           Yeah

SHELLIE:                     so I’m always like hesitant, but okay.

ZIMMERMAN:           Gracie did that, I was like holy cow, how did you cut all that out?

SHELLIE:                     Wow, (inaudible)

ZIMMERMAN:           So I thought if you can and,

SHELLIE:                     Good, you did it, okay

ZIMMERMAN:           um, Gracie conferenced us.

SHELLIE:                     Oh okay, cause he said he wasn’t finished

ZIMMERMAN:           judging it up

SHELLIE:                     yeah cause he was on the way to, where he was going.

ZIMMERMAN:           I know and I told him I would ask you if you could uh.

SHELLIE:                     Oh that’s like an idea.

ZIMMERMAN:           Yeah

SHELLIE:                     Well.  Do you need to talk to him right now?

ZIMMERMAN:           No, no but I’m just saying um, you know, it (inaudible due to talking over)

SHELLIE:                     Yeah if he can’t do it then I definitely can, yeah.

 

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ZIMMERMAN:           Okay, if he, I mean, it’s for me.  I don’t see why he’s paying for it.

SHELLIE:                     OH, you’re right, you’re right, okay, I see, I did Mark O’Mara.

ZIMMERMAN:           You did already?

SHELLIE:                     Yeah

ZIMMERMAN:           Did you text him?

SHELLIE:                     Yes I did.

ZIMMERMAN:          Did he text you back?

SHELLIE:                     No, but I told him that you would be calling and that it would most likely be a 407-688 number or similar but that you would be calling him shortly.

ZIMMERMAN:           Oh, you’re so good.

SHELLIE:                     Yeah.  And said or similar.

ZIMMERMAN:           Okay

SHELLIE:                     You know, cause he’s probably getting bombarded but I want him to know like,

ZIMMERMAN:           Yeah

SHELLIE:                     you know.  Huh?

ZIMMERMAN:           Uh, what was I gonna say?  Um.  So Ken’s looking to call you and get the key to do that?  Take care of that portion stuff.

SHELLIE:                     Absolutely yeah, I’ll do it for sure.  I’ve heard, I totally forgot that I could do that for him.  I don’t even know what I was thinking.

ZIMMERMAN:           (inaudible due to talking over)

SHELLIE:                     I was just,

ZIMMERMAN:           my account

SHELLIE:                     huh?

ZIMMERMAN:           From my account.

SHELLIE:                     Well yeah of course, well from mine, yeah.

ZIMMERMAN:           You let him know, he’s going to call you and when you, when you talk to him, take care of my account so that you can log in.

SHELLIE:                     Yeah, I know.

ZIMMERMAN:           You know what I’m talking about, right?

SHELLIE:                     What we had just talked about.

ZIMMERMAN:           Earlier.  Not this phone call.  When I said I had $44.46.  Hello?

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SHELLIE:                     Yeah?

ZIMMERMAN:           Remember I said, you need to call him and so he can reset it, the password and the security questions are something that you can use?

SHELLIE:                     Yeah

ZIMMERMAN:           Like when you log in and it gives you all of those security questions and you’ll know the answers?

SHELLIE:                     Yeah

ZIMMERMAN:           So you have to do that with him over the phone.

SHELLIE:                     I know

ZIMMERMAN:           Okay

SHELLIE:                     That’s what I was just saying, the passwords and stuff.

ZIMMERMAN:           (inaudible due to talking over)

SHELLIE:                     But I can’t do it because he’s on his way to take his wife somewhere.

ZIMMERMAN:           (inaudible  due  to  talking  over)  I  know,  I  know,  I’m  just  saying,  when  he  does, don’t forget to do that.

SHELLIE:                     Oh yeah, no I know.  Don’t worry cutie.  Don’t even worry.

ZIMMERMAN:           Ah man, that feels good.  That’s a good (inaudible due to talking over)

SHELLIE:                     What?

ZIMMERMAN:           That (inaudible) I care.

SHELLIE:                     Yeah, they do, trust me.  And boy, after that happened yesterday, he said like, so many people, your-your site kept crashing.

ZIMMERMAN:           Wow

SHELLIE:                     He  said  people  were  just  trying  to  give  you,  you  know,  words  of  support  and kindness.

ZIMMERMAN:           Good.  Wow, that is awesome.

SHELLIE:                     Yeah

ZIMMERMAN:           They need to, and to talk  to uh, O’Mara about  getting  the word out because I mean those people need to start vocalizing themselves.

SHELLIE:                     Right

ZIMMERMAN:           But.  We’ll talk (inaudible due to talking over)

SHELLIE:                     (inaudible due to talking over)

ZIMMERMAN:           I’ll call him, after I talk to Glendle.  Uh

 

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SHELLIE:                     Yeah

 ZIMMERMAN:           it makes me feel happy and to lay here and um be okay.

SHELLIE:                     I’m so happy to know that you’re gonna be okay.

ZIMMERMAN:           Yeah.  And we’re gonna be okay but, I’m happy to know that you won’t be.

SHELLIE:                     No.  After this, we go over, you’re gonna be able to just, have a great life.

ZIMMERMAN:           We will.

SHELLIE:                     Yeah, we will.  You’re

ZIMMERMAN:           I’m (inaudible) excited.

SHELLIE:                     Yeah, you should be.  You should be excited.

ZIMMERMAN:           Uh, what are you doing now?

SHELLIE:                     I’m actually just in my room laying down.

ZIMMERMAN:           Oh, cool.  I’m happy I set it

SHELLIE:                     (inaudible)

ZIMMERMAN:           up for you before I left.

SHELLIE:                     Huh?

ZIMMERMAN:           I’m happy I set it up for you before I left.

SHELLIE:                     Set what up?

ZIMMERMAN:           The room.

SHELLIE:                     Yeah

ZIMMERMAN:           Yep

SHELLIE:                     I wish you were here of course but.

ZIMMERMAN:           I will be.

SHELLIE:                     I know you will be.  I know it like I visualize you walking through that door.

ZIMMERMAN:           I will be.

SHELLIE:                     I know you will be.  This, isn’t that crazy how something like this just makes you, like put everything in perspective in life?

ZIMMERMAN:           Yep

SHELLIE:                     It’s-it’s amazing how insignificant the things that we stress out over are.

ZIMMERMAN:           Yep

SHELLIE:                     It’s, it’s amazing.

 

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ZIMMERMAN:           I know.  I agree.

SHELLIE:                     But what it has really showed me is, just to even, be so grateful even for this.  I know it sounds crazy but for me I’m so grateful to even talk to you.

ZIMMERMAN:           Yeah

SHELLIE:                     To even know you’re alive.

ZIMMERMAN:           Me too.

SHELLIE:                     So what are you doing?

ZIMMERMAN:           Just laying down.  I think I’m not gonna be in here for (inaudible)

SHELLIE:                     Oh good

ZIMMERMAN:           I had one earlier today.

SHELLIE:                     Good

ZIMMERMAN:           Because I didn’t take my medicine (inaudible)

SHELLIE:                     Oh, I’m sorry.

ZIMMERMAN:           It’s okay.

SHELLIE:                     So you tell them you take that?

ZIMMERMAN:           Yeah

SHELLIE:                     For that?  Like three times a day.

ZIMMERMAN:           Yeah, they didn’t know if they’d be able to get that or not but (inaudible)

SHELLIE:                     Okay

ZIMMERMAN:           They would definitely be able to do the uh, what’s the antidepressant called?

SHELLIE:                     The nighttime one?

ZIMMERMAN:           Yeah, (inaudible)

SHELLIE:                     Yeah

ZIMMERMAN:           Yeah

SHELLIE:                     I don’t even remember.

ZIMMERMAN:           Remeral (sp)

SHELLIE:                     That’s it.  They said it was like Respiradol (sp) but I don’t think that’s it.

ZIMMERMAN:           No, it’s Mirtazapine, Mirtazapine




SHELLIE:                     Yeah

ZIMMERMAN:           But it’s Remeral (sp) an

 

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SHELLIE:                     Oh, (inaudible) I’m looking at you right now, on TV (chuckles)

ZIMMERMAN:           (chuckles) and uh, yeah I think that’s it.

SHELLIE:                     Yeah okay, Mirtazapine, that’s right.  Of course I’m just saying that stuff because I had heard in nursing school.

ZIMMERMAN:           They were able to do that and Tylenol for my back and my Adderall.

SHELLIE:                     Oh good

ZIMMERMAN:           Yeah

SHELLIE:                     Good, good, um, good.  So you say you’re laying down?

ZIMMERMAN:           Yeah

SHELLIE:                     Uh, is it like a portable phone or on a cord?

ZIMMERMAN:           It’s on a cord.

SHELLIE:                     Oh okay, well that’s okay.

ZIMMERMAN:           Yeah I know the cord is long I can, we can talk on it, on it

SHELLIE:                     Yeah

ZIMMERMAN:           from (inaudible) I mean I’m laying in the bed.

SHELLIE:                     Yeah

ZIMMERMAN:           It’s fine (inaudible)

SHELLIE:                     That’s good

ZIMMERMAN:           cover up so I don’t, (inaudible) try and keep warm.

SHELLIE:                     Uh huh

ZIMMERMAN:           Yeah

SHELLIE:                     Uh huh, hmm

ZIMMERMAN:           What are you gonna do for the rest of the night?

SHELLIE:                     Uh, pick up somebody.

ZIMMERMAN:           Oh, good, good, good, good, good, good.  You need that.

SHELLIE:                     I know.  That’s why I was so happy when

ZIMMERMAN:           Yeah

SHELLIE:                     they said they were gonna come, I was like (makes sound).

ZIMMERMAN:           Is it just her?

SHELLIE:                     Yeah

 

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ZIMMERMAN:           Okay

SHELLIE:                     But it’s kinda like

ZIMMERMAN:           Oop, (inaudible)

SHELLIE:                     Okay.  Huh?

ZIMMERMAN:           Thank you sir, thank you sir.  Hello?

SHELLIE:                     Hi

ZIMMERMAN:           Hey.  Um.  So yeah I think she (inaudible due to low speaking)

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