Zimmerman Ordered Bulletproof Vest While on Bond

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George Zimmerman ordered a bulletproof vest and an infrared home security device last year while he was out on bond awaiting his trial for fatally shooting Trayvon Martin.

Records released Thursday by the Seminole County Sheriff's Office show that Zimmerman was required to report to deputies by telephone every two days.

He was required to stay in Seminole County except to visit his attorneys in a neighboring county. He also was required to wear a GPS monitoring device.

The record logs of sheriff's deputies also show that Zimmerman and his wife, Shellie, moved at least three times last year.

Zimmerman was acquitted of any crime last month for the fatal shooting Martin last year in Sanford, where he lived and where Martin was visiting.

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